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Pawn Shop Gun Sale Helped Police Nab ‘Serial Street Shooter’

Pawn Shop Gun Sale Helped Police Nab ‘Serial Street Shooter’

PHOENIX — The “Serial Street Shooter” suspect may have unwittingly sold his freedom for $90. That’s how much a local pawn shop paid to purchase Aaron Juan Saucedo’s Hi-Point 9mm, a gun that police say he used to kill his mother’s boyfriend in August 2015. That transaction would, 14 months later, help lead police to Saucedo, effectively ... Read More
 
165 House Dems’ New ‘Assault Weapon Ban’ Extending to Pistols and Shotguns

165 House Dems’ New ‘Assault Weapon Ban’ Extending to Pistols and Shotguns

U.S. Rep. David N. Cicilline, a Democrat out of Rhode Island, along with 164 co-sponsors from his party, introduced new legislation in Congress on Monday that would not only bring back the federal “assault weapon” ban that expired in September of 2004, but would also dramatically increase the ban’s scope. Assault weapons were made for one purpose. ... Read More
 
Women Are Driving Force for Millennial Gun Sales

Women Are Driving Force for Millennial Gun Sales

A surprising percentage of gun sales to 18-29-year-old Americans go to gun buyers the left rarely wishes to acknowledge — women. To talk about women buying guns is to undercut the left’s tired excuse that more and more guns are simply being purchased by the same old white men. According to Bustle, personal protection is a ... Read More
 
Anti-background Check Bill Heads to Arizona Governor’s Desk

Anti-background Check Bill Heads to Arizona Governor’s Desk

PHOENIX — State lawmakers are making another bid to keep cities from requiring background checks when guns are sold from one person to another. On a 32-23 margin, the House gave final approval Monday to legislation which would make it illegal for state or local governments to require the search of any federal or state ... Read More
 
Shooting Incident at Scottsdale Shopping Center

Shooting Incident at Scottsdale Shopping Center

Police have arrested a man after he accidentally shot his co-worker at a Scottsdale shopping center. It happened between 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. Thursday at Pro Source Vapes located at the shopping center at 15223 N. 87th St., located along Pima Road between Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard and Raintree Drive. The Scottsdale Police Department spokesman Sgt. ... Read More
 
Ammunition: 10mm, .44 Special Rounds Seeing New Life

Ammunition: 10mm, .44 Special Rounds Seeing New Life

Though the 9mm and .45 ACP maintain a stronghold on the industry, older cartridges that once reveled in accolades continue to hang around the fringes. Every once in awhile, one of these “oldies” makes a play for mainstream success again, vying for a chance to reclaim a fraction of popularity they once enjoyed. The 10mm and ... Read More
 
‘Military-Style’ Firearms Not Protected By Second Amendment

‘Military-Style’ Firearms Not Protected By Second Amendment

WASHINGTON ― A federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday that a Maryland ban on assault-style rifles and large-capacity magazines isn’t subject to the Constitution’s right to keep and bear arms. The full U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit in Richmond, Virginia, reconsidered a divided ruling issued last year that found citizens have a “fundamental ... Read More
 
Mossberg Expands Youth Shotgun Series with 410 Bore Mini Muddy Girl

Mossberg Expands Youth Shotgun Series with 410 Bore Mini Muddy Girl

Legendary shotgun and rifle manufacturer Mossberg announced an expansion in their youth pump-action shotgun series with the addition of a new chambering in the 510 Mini Muddy Girl. The newer version will be chambered in 410 bore with 2 1/2 and 3-inch shell capability, giving young shooters an alternative to the already available 20 gauge. ... Read More