News on guns continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.

Court Decision On Target Shooting Sets Limits on Excessive Zoning Restrictions

The North Carolina Supreme Court upheld one of the most basic principles of United States law this month. The law has been under continual attack for the last hundred years, during the rise of the "progressive" state.

11/25/2015 05:37 AM

Fire away: I took a shot and got a concealed handgun license

Standing between two tall men, I straighten my back and dig my maroon sneakers into the mud. I'm in a firing line with three other women and eight men, all waiting to pass the last qualification to get a concealed handgun license.

11/25/2015 01:18 AM

Safety experts urge caution after gun-deer season shooting deaths

Two shooting deaths this gun-deer season have safety experts urging hunters to take precautions. That includes protecting against probably the leading cause of injury or death during the hunt - a fall from a tree stand.

11/24/2015 09:03 PM

Brussels Pushes Gun Control in Wake of Paris Attacks

On November 18, the European Commission expedited a plan to overhaul the European Union's already restrictive gun control laws. The move comes in the immediate wake of November 13th's terrorist shooting and bombing attacks that killed 129 in Paris, France.

11/24/2015 04:50 PM

County pledges aid to shooting range Updated at

On Nov. 17, Apalachicola Officer Chase Richards obtained county support for the department's proposed shooting range on the sprayfield west of the city.

11/24/2015 03:48 PM

Cathy Lanier Is Highly Confused About Concealed Carry

D.C.'s police chief sees a role for the citizenry in thwarting terror attacks against their city. Per the Washington Post : D.C. Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier is urging that civilians confronted by an active shooter in some cases try to stop the gunman before law enforcement authorities arrive, saying quick action could save lives.

11/24/2015 02:48 PM

Bloomberg's Lackeys Tweet Solace to Unarmed Victims of Paris Attacks

On Friday, Nov. 13, Islamic terrorists carried out a series of coordinated attacks in Paris, France, that left 129 people dead. Their weapons included explosive suicide vests and Kalashnikov rifles.

11/24/2015 02:48 PM

How Gun Control debate ignores Black Lives #blacklivesmatter #BLM

Vice President Joe Biden had been meeting with victims and advocates all day, and he arrived so late that some in the room wondered whether he would come at all. When he finally walked in, the clergy started sharing their advice, full of pain, some of it personal.

11/24/2015 01:42 PM

Armed Gas Station Employee Halts Gun-Wielding Man, Cincinnati, Ohio

Somewhere, everyday in the USA, 2100+ people use a gun for self defense, to stop a crime or save the lives of themselves or their family. "We believe that the American public deserve to understand that on the average, guns save 2,191 lives and are used to thwart crimes every day," says Alan Gottlieb of the Second Amendment Foundation Most times you won't see these tales on the news as it does not fit the main stream media's story line of " Guns and Gun Owners are Bad ".

11/24/2015 12:37 PM

DC Police Chief, "If you're in a position to try and take the...

DC Police Chief, "If you're in a position to try and take the gunman downit's the best option for saving lives before police can get there," Yet DC Supports Gun Control Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy Lanier speaks to release the Metropolitan Police Department new uniform and appearance rules at the MPD headquarters in Washington, DC, on May 16, 2012. MPD became the first major police department in the US to proactively allow Sikh Americans to serve as full-time officers while keeping their articles of faith.

11/24/2015 08:30 AM

Abbott tells mayors there's another place they can't ban guns

The city of Austin currently bans people from carrying open or concealed handguns into City Hall, shown here on Nov. 23, 2015, because the building hosts both a monthly community court and the city council chambers.

11/24/2015 04:24 AM

Schumer: Senate Dems Will Push Major Gun Control Bill Early 2016

One of the top-ranking Democrats in the Senate vows that his party will "bring a universal background check bill to the floor of the Senate early next year." Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York made the statement Friday at the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence, where he was honored with the "Sarah Brady Visionary Award," named after the wife of former President Ronald Reagan's press secretary Jim Brady, who was shot and left brain-damaged by an attempted Reagan assassin in 1981.

11/24/2015 12:18 AM

White House: Americans Should Talk About Gun Control This Thanksgiving

This Thanksgiving, the Obama administration wants Americans to talk about why Congress won't pass more gun control - but not about Obama's foreign policy failures. During the White House press briefing, Press Secretary Josh Earnest continued to press a narrative set up by gun control activists in response to the terrorist attacks in Paris.

11/23/2015 08:04 PM

Ginter finds favor with three bi...

Last week was a busy one for the state legislature, with the Ohio House passing bills expanding the state's concealed carry law, cutting funding for abortion providers and asking President Obama to halt efforts to resettle Syrian refugees in the United States. Ginter's vote on the Syrian refugee issue was obviously in reaction to the Nov. 13 terrorist attacks in France, where at least one of the suspects was found with a passport indicating he was among Syrian refugees who entered Europe last month.

11/23/2015 04:01 PM

DC police chief who advocated taking down mass shooters has approved few gun permits

Despite her call on Sunday night for civilians to "take the gunman down" in a mass shooting scenario, Washington DC's chief of police has approved just 48 concealed carry licenses in the past year and nearly 80 percent of all applicants have been rejected. Of 233 applications sent for review since the Metropolitan Police Department began accepting permits on Oct. 23, 2014, 185 licenses had been denied as of Nov. 14, a department spokesperson told on Monday.

11/23/2015 04:01 PM

Eagle 97.3 Saginaw | Economy News | Gun News Finder

Served @ November 25th, 2015 06:39 PM By iNIC | Affiliates | Appraiser Saginaw | Festivus | Festivus Facebook