Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Gun News

Hey, stupid UK: Let your cops and fair citizens carry guns!

Do you know what's truly pathetic (other than BHO's first two and half years in office)? I'll tell you what: the British police's limp wrist, no gun, nonsensical approach to the looting and rioting of Britain's "working class youths." That's what!

Read About It: Town Hall

Wisconsin: Interest high in firearms training classes, purchases

Even the Super Bowl Champions didn't have a chance against concealed weapons. Hergert Sports Center, 1232 N. Sawyer St., scheduled a concealed firearm training class on Sept. 8, thinking a Thursday night would allow those interested in taking the training class needed to apply for the permit allowing them to carry a concealed weapon would still be able to enjoy the opening weekend of NFL action. Not so. It turns out the Green Bay Packers will be facing off against the New Orleans Saints at the same time as the training class. Nonetheless, the class filled to its 100 person capacity within two weeks.

Wyoming: Casper gun law change may face lawsuit

Casper's proposed ordinance banning the open carry of firearms at public meetings is an issue that needs to be addressed, according to the city's mayor. "It's truly a discussion that needs to be had," said Mayor Paul Bertoglio. "A firearm, for many, is intimidating. They really have no place in a public meeting."

Gun crimes drop at Virginia bars and restaurants

Virginia's bars and restaurants did not turn into shooting galleries as some had feared during the first year of a new state law that allows patrons with permits to carry concealed guns into alcohol serving businesses, a Richmond Times Dispatch analysis found.

Florida cities, counties must take local gun laws off books

Orange County employees have started removing "no firearms" signs at county parks, and soon they'll probably black out the same words on brochures. Across Florida, similar scenes are being played out as cities and counties scour their ordinances to get rid of gun regulations by Oct. 1. That's when a tough new state law, backed by the National Rifle Association, will forbid city and county governments from enacting or enforcing local gun control regulations.

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