Sunday, April 01, 2007

You Can Bring Gun to Capitol, but Not Through (AK-47 STOCKS) D.C.

Ruger 10/22

The benefits of the Ruger 10/22 are many, and vary by model. The standard 10/22 Carbine, virtually unchanged since introduced in 1964, is the most popular .22 rifle of the last 40 years; the Ruger Deluxe Sporter features a cut-checkered walnut stock with a flat buttplate; the Ruger All-Weather 10/22 features a stainless barrel, clear anodized rust-resistant aluminum alloy components, and a durable synthetic stock;

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You Can Bring Gun to Capitol, but Not Through D.C.
Washington Post - The Capitol grounds are federal property and not subject to the District's strict gun laws, which generally prohibit firearms. Although some people are allowed to bring guns into the Capitol, they cannot legally get them there, said Lt. Jon Shelton

Aussies not immune to drugs in sport
News.com.au - Commission chief executive Alastair Milroy warned that they were becoming "more sophisticated and dynamic", nominating their serious activities as murder, firearms, illicit drugs, extortion, prostitution and assault. Now the state's peak racing body

Nigeria: Ehindero Reads Riot Act - Make Trouble on Polls Day, Face
AllAfrica.com - The policeman knows when he should use the firearms. We have force order 2, 3, 7 on when you should use your firearms and when you use your firearms outside these stipulated provisions, you will be sanctioned. I am sure the commissioner of police in

Carnage on our streets
Boston Globe - There is a significant illegal market in firearms that correlates to the carnage on our streets, yet seemingly no political or social will exists to address it. Connecticut Against Gun Violence has started the Red Flag campaign with the support of

Baxter County art students provide portraits for orphans
Pine Bluff Commercial - Jeffrey Lynn Dailey, 38, was accused in the March 25, 2006, shooting death of Sheila Dillard, 47. A jury deliberated nearly five hours on Friday and found Dailey guilty of manslaughter, a firearms charge and abuse of a corpse. The panel recommended

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