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Policeman Arrests a Blind Man After Mistaking His White Cane For a Gun!

One week ago, Columbia county Sheriff’s Deputy Jayme Gohdy stopped James Hodges, a legally blind who can’t drive, when he was on his way home from Lake City, Florida. She erroneously thought Hodges’ collapsible white cane was a pistol.

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Legal Responsibility and Restrictions of FFL Revocation

The ATF’S effort to fight gun crime has revoked several Federal Firearm Licenses (FFL), especially due to willful violations. The federal courts believe that a…

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Concealed Carrier Stops Mass Shooting After Taking a Bullet in the Head

An assailant suddenly opened fire inexcusably in a July 4th party. Before Mendez could comprehend the turn of events, his friend had been shot dead. Mendez said he turned his back on the attacker when he heard the first shot. Hunt shot Mendez through his head, with the bullet going out through his left eye.

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ATF Trace Requests and FFL Responses

When law enforcers come across firearms at a place of crime, they most likely would want to find out more about the gun’s origin. To do this, they can make a firearm trace request by filling ATF Form 3312.1 or through the online tracking system, eTrace.

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URGENT: NICS CHANGES MONDAY!

FFLS will now have two additional features in the FBI NICS transaction procedure, effective September 26, 2022.

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Largest Firearms Survey Shows More Than 1.6 Million Defensive Uses of Firearms

According to the 2021 research, American gun owners use firearms nearly 1.7 times a year for self-defense. The survey, carried out on a sample of 54,000 people, out of which 16,708 were gun owners, shows more women and minorities use guns for self-defense than indicated in previous surveys.

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Biden’s Administration Downplays $7B in U.S. Military Hardware Left in Afghanistan

The collapse of the U.S.- supported Afghanistan government saw military equipment worth more than $7 billion left behind to Taliban fighters.

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17-year-Old Defends Family in Home Attack

A 17-year-old man shot and killed two armed men in a home invasion in Channelview, Texas. The two were among a group of four armed men who intruded the home one evening.

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Firearm Safety: Common Dangers Trainers Should Avoid

While people can argue students cause most accidents, I can say the instructor is somehow responsible. Simple mistakes like using an NRA Basic Rifle Course for a ‘Glock’ training could lead to the unexpected. Instructors must familiarize themselves with all types of guns for their students’ safety.

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Increase in Crime Rate in New Zealand After Gun Confiscation

Gun-related crime cases have reached a record high in New Zealand three years since gun confiscation operations began. On March 15, 2019, 51 worshippers were killed in the Christchurch terror attack, which led to tougher gun laws and a firearms buy-back policy.

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