Episode 194 – Talking Lead and 605-215-1438

Paul: Hi and welcome to the Politics and Guns Podcast recorded on Sunday, the 29th of December, 2013. I’m Paul Lathrop
Tom: I’m Tom and on tonights show we interview Zeke and Lefthand from the Talking Lead Podcast
Rob: I’m Rob Morse and we’ll also have large news segment
Toby: I’m Toby. We also have many Defensive Gun Use Stories
Rob:So climb aboard
Tom: Strap in
Paul: And hang on, episode 194 of the Politics and Guns Podcast starts right now.
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Seg 1- Catch up
Toby: My dad came out of surgery. Thank you for your prayers. Melisa bought you a computer interface for his Chronograph and a 1911 blue gun for training. He also got the Sig Sauer 1911 chambered in 22 cal. It shoots well. Also a 22 conversion for his AR. My Desert Eagle might be coming back. It is chambered in 50 action express, so might convert to 44 magnum.

Rob: I took another family shooting out in the desert.  It was my family plus a dad, his daughter aged 12, and his son age 11.  I shot another IDPA match. IDPA looks like this if you’re really good.  A friend received some threatening phone calls, so she came over for some discussion about self defense and how she could respond.  Lights, locks and cameras first.  Firearms second.

Tom:  I did not get a handgun for Christmas, but I did get a 410/22 folding rifle.  It is a backpack gun with a beautiful walnut stock.  I received a GoPro camera and electronic hearing protection along with Massad Ayoob’s book, “the truth about self-protection”.  Also received a cleverly built range bag/ back pack.  I gave my mom a security camera and my dad a pistol.  Check our facebook page for pictures of our gun gifts.

Paul: Spent Christmas on the road earning a bonus so we can go to SHOT show.  Nothing earth shattering, getting ready for SHOT show,  if it is possible I am even more excited about SHOT this year than last.  In doing research for the show ran across a leak that the new Glock is supposedly a single stack .380 that is TINY! From the pics I have seen it is only just double the size of a Zippo lighter. I am going to withhold judgement until I can shoot the thing at SHOT show, but I am not thinking I am going to be impressed.

Wondering why we aren’t getting more calls to the voicemail line, that number is 605-215-1438.  By the way the number is 605-215-1438.  Did I mention that the number is 605-215-1438?

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Segment 2- NEWS

Rob – South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley received a 9mm handgun for Christmas, the Beretta Px4 Storm.  This caused several of the anti-gun crowd to lose bladder and bowel control when they said online that they hopes Governor Haley uses the gun to shoot one of her family members.  That passes for reasoned debate with gun haters.

Toby – A washed out Ohio lawmaker who voted against the human right of self-defense now wants to run for a seat on Ohio Supreme Court. Our listeners in Ohio should belong to the Buckeye Firearms Association and receive their e-mail updates.http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/

Paul – Musician Toby Keith banned guns at his restaurant in Woodbridge, Va.  I’m sure that will play to some of the Washington DC bureaucrats living in northern Virginia, but it will probably keep some Virginia gun owners  from entering his business.  Please let us know if you’re in the area and chose to take your group to another place to eat because of Keith’s no-guns policy.

Tom – Concealed carry classes in Illinois have begun.  The laws in Illinois are going to be extremely complicated to obey.  For example, you can not carry at a large public gathering, but you could stand outside the crowd, or walk through an outdoor art exhibit as long as you did not stop.  The litigation is only beginning.

Rob – When Federal land-use-fees stopped in Josephine County, Oregon, the sheriff’s office effectively closed.  Citizens formed their own self-protection and courtesy call societies led by a retired law enforcement officer.  One commenter said they like the idea since they know the citizens will follow the law.

Toby – A reminder that we have a legal system, not a justice system.  A Pennsylvania state trooper was treated for depression seven years ago.  The trooper’s doctor cleared him to return to work.  Though he is allowed to carry a firearm on duty, the trooper is forbidden from carrying off duty, and he can’t own a firearm due to federal prohibitions due to his history of mental health treatment.  The feds refuses to return his right of self-defense.

Paul – In still gun free Chicago, one person was shot dead and seven wounded on Christmas day.  These events vary from murder to multiple drive by shootings.  Another example that more gun laws don’t reduce crime.

Tom – Connecticut gun owners waited in line to register their guns and magazines as new laws take effect in 2014.  Elections have consequences, and there are jobs in other states.

Rob – Also in Connecticut, Economist Mark Gius from Quinnipiac University published a new study titled ”An examination of the effects of concealed weapons laws and assault weapons bans on state-level murder rates”.  The study determined the effect of state assault weapons bans and concealed weapons laws on the murder rates from 1980 to 2009.  Restrictive states had higher gun-related murder rates than other states, and assault weapons bans were ineffective.

Toby – Our third story from Connecticut, gun owners in Bridgeport protested the lenient treatment given a local police officer.  The officer shot himself in the leg while sitting at a local bagel shop.  Reports say the gun was not his service weapon.  Demonstrators say the officer should have been charged with unlawful discharge of a firearm and reckless endangerment.  “Had that been me, my permit would have been revoked, my firearms would have been seized, and I would have been arrested on the spot.”

While I’m sorry the officer was injured, but there certainly appears to be two separate firearms laws for law enforcement and for civilians.

Paul – A bill filed and ready when the Missouri Senate returns to session would require parents with students in public schools to disclose if the have firearms in their home.  This is an extension of the medical theory of gun violence which says we need to identify and quarantine gun owners.  Fortunately, the same bill proposed by the same democrat Senator did not advance in prior years. Thank you to Greg from, Bremmerton for sending this link via email.

Tom – Also sent in from listener Greg in Bremmerton, AK 47 inventor Mikhail Kalashnikov dies aged 97.  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-25497013

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Seg 3 Interview with Zeke and Lefthand from the Talking Lead Podcast
Hang on everybody, we’ll be right back after this and close out the show.
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Segment 4- DGUs and Show close

Tom – DGU1- A Liberty County [TX] man says he was forced to fatally shoot his 35-year-old son after his son turned from beating his own wife to attacking him. The shooting took place at the home of the father, 67-year-old Billy Wilkey, at 723 County Road 2061, near Hardin… Authorities say that Friday afternoon, Wilkey’s son, Flint and his wife got into an argument at their home. To avoid further trouble, the wife went to the home of her father-in-law. The younger Wilkey followed. They got into another argument. Flint Wilkey left and then came back again. This time, the altercation got physical. According to witnesses, Flint hit his wife with his fist and pulled her hair. He pulled his wife outside and tried to get her into his truck. Billy Wilkey tried to stop his son from beating his wife, when he says the younger Flint turned on him. The elder Wilkey fired one shot from a 9mm handgun, which struck his son.

Rob- DGU 2- According to the Marshall County Alabama Sheriff’s Office, a homeowner caught two men stealing scrap metal from his property Friday afternoon and confronted them with his rifle. Deputies said Aaron Michael Lawson, 23, of Gurley, approached the homeowner and said he would kill him. The homeowner shot Lawson once in the groin, and deputies said Lawson and the other suspect left the scene. Lawson was arrested after having surgery at Huntsville Hospital. Deputies said they arrested the other suspect, Paul Curtis Reed, 25, of Gurley a short time after the incident

Paul- DGU 3 – Apparently, a 39 year old man forced his way at gunpoint into a home off Wren Road in Anderson county, South Carolina.  The assailant put the female homeowner in a choke hold.  The 78 year old male homeowner shot the suspect in the chest and the homeowner was shot in the stomach.  The suspect fled, but later died in at the Greenville hospital.  The homeowner is in stable condition.  A background check of the suspect revealed a criminal record including violent crimes and drugs, and that the suspect was released from prison earlier this year.

Tom- DGU 4 – An Akron man whom police said was held at gunpoint until officers arrived to make an arrest has been charged with burglary. Monte T. Harris, 24, of Bettie Street, was booked into the Summit County [OH] Jail. He was scheduled for an initial appearance Monday in Akron Municipal Court. Police said two residents were awakened about 3 a.m. Sunday when a man climbed through the kitchen window of their Akron home. The male resident then fired a shot at the suspect inside the house. The suspect ran down into the basement, where the resident held him at gunpoint until Akron police responded.

Listener e-mail discussion
Rob- Email from Marc (the winner of the 299 Days book giveaway with Prepper Press)
I won and I’m jumping for joy. I’ve truly enjoyed the series. I am currently reading book 5. I’ve also enjoyed all the podcasts Glen has been on recently. Thanks for the major win. Last time I won I paid it forward. This time I’m going to enjoy the prize. Thanks for a great show. Keep representing Americans as better gun owners than Canadians, I kid of course.
PS, Bolivar can kiss my win! Lol

Paul- Facebook message from Dan
Hey Guys
Dan here from NJ Concealment furniture. Just wanted to let you know at the Oaks gun show we had a great response to our products and we will we there again in Feb. Thanks for you help getting the business out there.
Thank Dan

Tom – Another e-mail from Marc
Guys,
It seems a customer dropped his firearm at a North Carolina restaurant.  It went off when it hit the floor. The pocket pistol doesn’t appear to be in any holster. If it was in a holster, it wasn’t a good one.  Clearly the owner was negligent in his gun handling. Was this weapon faulty? I don’t know. Was there a safety on the weapon? Was a safety engaged? Did the gun break? These are all good questions but preventable with a quality holster. This black eye falls squarely on the imbecile gun owner and unfortunately on the rest of us.

KERNERSVILLE, N.C. — Kernersville Police say they are investigating after a gun discharged inside a restaurant Friday afternoon.  Officers said they responded to Palenque Mexican Restaurant on North Main Street at 1:18 p.m. Video from the restaurant showed a man attempting to pay at the register when he dropped a handgun and it discharged.  Police told WFMY News 2 the round from the gun struck the counter at the register, then a half wall before entering the ceiling. No one was injured during the incident.  The case is still under investigation and anyone with information is asked to contact Kernersville Police December 28th 2013.
Marc From Ohio

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Paul: Rob, do you have any new articles you want to mention?

Rob: I do.  I posted an article about our confusion over defensive gun uses. The article asks where defensive gun use starts.  There is a difference between defensive display where you’d be arrested if the display was unwarranted, and where criminal thinks you might have a weapon and changes his mind.  I received over 170 comments, but I also had my first troll.

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Rob: Join NRA, SAF, GOA and JPFO.  Joining two makes you a good guy, three makes you a hero, and.supporting all four makes you a super hero.

Tom: Join your local civil rights group like New Jersey Second Amendment Society, Arizona Citizens Defense League,Michigan Gun Owners , Michigan Open Carry, and Michigan Coalition for Responsible Gun Owners, Minnesota Gun Owners Civil Rights Alliance, Texas Firearms Freedom,Texas State Rifle Association. Tennessee Firearms Association

Paul, That wraps up another episode of Politics and Guns. Until the mid-week show…
Rob, stay safe,
Tom, be aware,
Paul, and we’ll see you down the road.

Episode 192 – Rick Ector

Hi and welcome to the Politics and Guns Podcast recorded on Sunday, December 22, 2013. I’m Paul Lathrop.
Rob: I’m Rob Morse and we were joined on today’s show by firearms trainer and podcaster Kenn Blanchard while we talked with firearms trainer Rick Ector from Detroit.
Tom: and we’ll also talk about gun buy backs, so climb aboard
Rob: Strap in,
Paul: And hang on, episode 192 of the Politics and Guns Podcast starts right now.
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Seg 1 Catch
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Seg 2 News
Paul- A church in Dallas Texas wanted to buy and destroy guns at a gun buy-back event. At the same time and place, members of the pro-rights group Come and Take It Texas bought firearms from citizens off the street so the firearms could be donated to needy individuals in the Safe Mother program. Safe Mothers trains disadvantaged women to use handguns for self-defense.

Tom- The city of Seattle was ordered to pay $38,000 to the Second Amendment Foundation over failure to release public records relating to Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn’s January gun buyback. The settlement includes an apology by the mayor’s office’s. During some of these buybacks, pro-gun groups outbid the cops for the more desirable firearms.

Rob- The US department of the interior drafted new regulations banning gun owners from millions of acres of public lands. Department officials say the administration is concerned about the potential clash between gun owners and encroaching urban populations who like to use same land for hiking and dog walking. “It’s not so much a safety issue [emphasis added]. It’s a social conflict issue,” said Frank Jenks, a natural resource specialist with Interior’s Bureau of Land Management, which oversees 245 million acres. He adds that urbanites “freak out” when they hear shooting on public lands. Lets be honest that it is really a social conflict issue with the Obama administration paying off its anti-gun special interests. We will let you know who to call sa we learn more.

Paul- A national disability rights group on Friday ripped the federal department of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms for misusing mentally disabled people and then charged them with crimes.They demanded that U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder take immediate action to stop the practice. In particular, an agent persuaded and paid a mentally disabled man to get a tattoo on his neck of the ATF false storefront’s logo, a squid smoking a joint, a false store used to set up illegal gun purchases. The ATF later charged the mentally disabled man with violating gun laws.

Tom- Illinois certified firearms instructors can now apply for concealed carry licenses. The Illinois State Police opened the application process to allow instructors to apply before the January 5th opening date. State police are using the instructors to test the application system. Right now there are about 2,000 certified instructors listed on the concealed carry website. Authorities expect the website to process more than 400,000 applications in 2014.

Rob- Virginia Delegate Mark Cole introduced a bill HB 114 allowing possession of a stun weapon, knife or firearm on private or religious school property. Our listeners in Virginia should contact their state delegates and support Cole’s bill.

Paul- In New Hampshire politics, Over 200 local gun owners came out to protest Scott Brown’s plan to run for Senate in New Hampshire. Brown was briefly the Senator from Massachusetts. Chanting “Down with Brown”, the protesters wore hunters orange and outnumbered the activists who coughed up $50 each at the Brown fundraiser. The protesters singled out Brown’s votes for a federal assault weapons ban, Brown’s opposition to a national conceal-and-carry law, and his support from former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg. It looks like Senator Brown could have pandered to Massachusetts voters or New Hampshire voters, but not both. Forty-four percent of New Hampshire households have at least one gun. Thank you Gun Owners of New Hampshire.

Back with our DGUs.

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Seg 3 Interview with Rick Ector
Rick Ector is a Veteran of the US Air Force and earned an engineering degree from Wayne State University. Rick also lives in Detroit and was robbed in his backyard. That changed his life and changed his career. He started Rick’s Firearms Academy. Now he teaches the certification class for the Michigan Concealed Pistol License. Rick instructs and matches first-time handgun buyers with the right gun. Rick Ector, welcome to the Politics and Guns Podcast.

What else should our listeners know about you?

What are the common mistakes you see when people consider armed self-defense? They buy the wrong gun or are sold the wrong gun! They also buy the wrong equpment to fit their needs. It may be a great gun, but it doesn’t fit their hands at all and is the wrong firearm for their purpose!

How many students have attended your classes? About 3000.

I checked your website and you have a class coming up in January with Terry Johnson. What is that class about? Going to the range is fun. Learning the laws are essential. This class is about Michigan’s gun laws.

How do people contact you? DetroitCCW.com

This is the POLITICS and Guns podcast. You’ve commented on Detroit and Michigan politics where they concern the right of self-defense. For example, you met an unfortunate Michigan Senator who lost his memory 🙂 and you helped him remember how he voted against our right of self-defense. My question for you, Rick, is did you jump into politics or were you pushed?
It was a self-defense situation and I had to comment on politics because I value the human right of self-defense.

Rick’s answer to gun buy-backs. “L.E.F.T.” Law Enforcement Firearms Transfers. They have collectors on scene who will out bid the LEFT.

Rick, there are a lot of interesting characters in the firearms training and self-defense community. Is there someone you’ve heard of and would like to meet?
Michigan gun groups Rick supports- Michigan Gun Owners , Michigan Open Carry, and Michigan Coalition for Responsible Gun Owners

Hang on everybody, we’ll be right back after this and close out the show.
Host asks for comments before moving on.

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Tom- We reported on the tragic shooting at the Arapahoe High School where an armed school resource officer stopped the murderous assault in 80 seconds. Sadly, the 17 year old high school student, Claire Davis died from wounds she received by the murderer 8 days ago.  Claire was a random victim. Our condolences and prayers go to her family and friends.

Rob- A DeKalb Georga man received a call from his home security system while he was on his way home for lunch. The homeowner called 911 when he walked around the back of the residence and saw three people standing inside. The three intruders exited the rear of his home and ran toward him. While being rushed, the homeowner pulled out his gun and shot one of the suspects. The remaining two suspects fled on foot.

Paul- We have another story of an alarm system stopping a break in, even though the homeowner was miles away. At 5 AM yesterday morning, Justin Blair and Jimmy Walker kicked in the door of a home in Christian, West Virginia. The homeowners were out of town for the holidays but received a call as their security alarm went off. The homeowner called a relative, who investigated with gun in hand. The relative assumed the house was empty, but saw two intruders and identified them as local residents. Walker was shot in the chest. The police arrived and put both suspects into a police car where Blair kicked out a window and ran. Walker is in the local hospital and Blair is in jail. The relative is not being charged.

Tom- Self defense does happen in New Jersey! Darvin Cannon walked into Galle’s Indian Fields Market and pointed a gun at the store clerk. That is when the store owner, Dominic Galle, drew his own weapon and the two exchanged gunfire. The thief ran but was soon arrested at the Bridgeton hospital when he sought treatment for a head wound. Neither the store owner nor the clerk were injured.

Merry Christmas.

Any extra short topics or humor
Listener e-mail discussion

Rob- Email 1 from Nelson in NJ
Subject : New York Triggers

I few episodes ago you guys were talking about the incident in NY where the cops accidently shot bystanders. I feel the triggers they use played a pretty decent role. I recently became a Glock Armorer, and this is what I learned. There are 2 different NY triggers made by Glock. While I am not sure as to which one they use now, they have the NY1 which is 8lbs and the NY2 which is 11 lbs. The design is completely different than a regular trigger spring. The reason they use them (I was told) is that NYC replaced the revolver with the Glock as their service pistol in the 80’s. They wanted a trigger that was similar, so officers did not accidently shoot anyone with a “light” trigger.

In the (Armorers) class, we installed both the triggers in a G17, and believe me, it is just like shooting a double action revolver. To be honest, I was thinking about installing one in my G19 strictly for training purposes. If I can shoot straight with a 11 pound trigger, switching back to by 2 pound competition trigger should be a breeze.
What are your thoughts?
Nelson from NJ

Tom- Email #2 from William
Sticks, thumbs up on that Savage 24. My first gun was a 24DL , .22/20 guage. Very tight choke and accurate .22. I could shoot .22 shorts and no suppressor needed. I think the hammer makes more noise than the actual shot. FWIW, I was in the 7th grade, 1964ish. My father paid more for it new than you stole yours for!

Paul, listen to the end of this episode. I could swear you said prevention of firearm ownership instead or preservation. (JPFO) But then my hearing isn’t that good. Amazing what a box of .357s shot back in my young and stupid days without hearing protection will do.

I was kind of dismayed on how it seems that Glen Tate has given up on the system. I thought I was the only one. I still vote but see no real hope. We can’t even get control of our schools, so how can we hope to change much in the larger scheme. That not saying I’m not still swinging but I kind of feel like I’m in in the ring against both Ali and Marciano at the same time.
Enjoyed the show as usual. It it actually the first on my list when checking for new episodes.
William

Greg sent in a YouTube Video while wearing a 5-11 sling bag and tacti-Kilt

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Paul: Rob, I think you wanted to talk about your blog.
I do, Paul. It is really hard to tell if you used a gun in self-defense. Several of our recent defensive gun uses were examples of self-defense with no shots fired. That really is the best of all possible worlds. The odd thing is we don’t count them as DGU.

Paul, I suppose you want me to be professional and link it in the show notes? The post is at Slow Facts dot wordpress dot com.

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Join NRA, SAF, GOA and JPFO.  Joining two makes you a hero.  Supporting all four makes you a super hero.

Tom: Join your local civil rights group like New Jersey Second Amendment Society, Arizona Citizens Defense League,Michigan Gun Owners , Michigan Open Carry, and Michigan Coalition for Responsible Gun Owners, Minnesota Gun Owners Civil Rights Alliance, Texas Firearms Freedom,Texas State Rifle Association. Tennessee Firearms Association

Paul, That wraps up another episode of Politics and Guns. Until the mid-week show…
Rob, stay safe,
Tom, be aware,
Paul, and we’ll see you down the road.
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Episode 191 – Bob Mayne

Open: Hi and welcome to the Politics and Guns Podcast recorded on   Wednesday, December 18th, 2013.  I’m Paul Lathrop.
Rob: I’m Ron Burgundy, and on today’s show we talk with firearms instructor, survivalist and podcaster Bob Mayne.
Tom: No, I’m Ron Burgundy,: and we have our usual segments of gun news and DGUs, so climb aboard.
Rob: Strap in,
Paul: And hang on, episode 191 of the Politics and Guns Podcast starts right now.
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Seg 1
Paul: Stopped for lunch today in Oak Grove, Ky. Home of Ft. Campbell.  As I was walking out of the Waffle House I hear a helicopter and look up. I have seen movies featuring Chinooks, I have seen pictures of Chinooks, but this is the first time I have seen one in the air. 2 things. #1 the SOB is HUGE!!! #2 I am glad those folks are on our side. Also driving in Southern Illinois today I saw one of the brand new redesigned Corvettes. That is one DAMN sexy car. Guns? I wish!
Tom: Home from Search and Rescue, where I rescued some good barbeque.
Rob:  Looking for work and had a company set up an interview and then ditch me.  Had 100 people over for the local tea party Christmas party.  Shannon Grove is a California State Assemblywoman and an awesome speaker.
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Paul: Last September, the CEO of Starbucks asked that people refrain from bringing guns into their stores.  Well someone forgot to read the memo.  A man described as in his mid 20s, 6 foot to 6-2, walked into a Colorado Springs Starbucks last Sunday.  The man produced a gun and demanded cash.  He left when the clerk handed him the cash from the register.

Tom:  CHILLICOTHE, OH  The American Drug War claimed another casualty when a 35 year old woman was shot in the head while sitting on a couch at home.  She was shot by an incompetent police officer, who fired his weapon through an exterior wall prior to raiding the home.  At about 10:30 p.m. on December 11th, a group of cops prepared to break in and capture people for drug possession.  One of the officers, Sgt. Brett McKnight, an 11-year-veteran of the Ross County Sheriff’s Office, negligently handled his weapon and fired a round through the exterior wall of the mobile home killing the woman.
You or I would be in jail for this.  The four rules apply all the time.

Rob: News Article sent to us from Chris on Facebook
1750 carry-on bags were pulled from U.S. airports this year because they contained a gun, often loaded, according to the Transportation Security Agency.  John Pistole, the TSA administrator, said that amounted to an average of about five weapons a day uncovered by screeners. Many of those guns are loaded.  “There’s a procedure for anybody who wants to transport a gun on an airplane to declare the gun in checked bag, rather than through carry-on. You can’t take it in the cabin of the aircraft. … You have to declare it to the airline and have to have it unloaded. You have to have it in a locked solid container in your checked bag,” Pistole said.

The number of guns confiscated by the TSA has skyrocketed from 660 in 2005 to double that in 2011 – and nearly triple that in 2013.  The TSA said the increase was possibly tied to the fact that the number of weapons Americans carry continues to rise, up 16 million last year alone.

Airports in Atlanta and Dallas saw the most confiscated guns.  None of the weapons confiscated in 2013 was intended to be used on a plane. Pistole said the travelers found with weapons in their carry-on baggage were not terrorists or people trying to do harm.  “It’s just a matter of people not thinking about what they’re carrying. … These are people who have simply forgotten and go through [security checks] and then realize their mistake,” Pistole said…

Fliers found with weapons in their carry-on bags faced possible fines and arrest and a forfeiture of their guns.  “Our request is that before you stop and think of what you’re packing and then to travel accordingly.”

Most of us are doing it right.  About .01 percent of us are doing it wrong.
Paul: Use Abloy padlocks to protect your luggage.

Paul: If you want to take guns out of the hands of dangerous criminals (you know, the ones actually using their guns to commit crimes) a gun buy back event is about the worst possible idea.  And the people running this latest gun buyback even admitted that they didn’t expect any criminals to turn their guns in. The Living Faith Christian Center in Baton Rouge hosted the gun buyback that resulted in 71 handguns, shotguns, and rifles being turned in for $4,200 worth of gas cards with no questions asked. But ONLY legal guns would be eligible for the $50 Circle K gas cards as illegal guns would be refused. East Baton Rouge Parish District Attorney Hillar Moore said, “We’re not thinking gangsters will turn in their guns.”

Tom: Hey everyone hang on, because we have three segments with Bob Mayne coming right up.
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Seg 6- DGUs
Tom: Open
Rob: Sent to us from Chris on Facebook-  A Tyson foods employee in Monroe North Carolina was assaulted as he sat in his car.  The employee got off work at around 5:15 in the morning when two strangers approached his car in the employee parking lot.  The two thieves opened the car door and hit the employee in the head several times with a firearm, and tried to drag him from the car.  The employee retrieved his own gun and shot both assailants.  The robbers ran.  The victim retrieved their weapon and called police.  Both robbers were transported to the hospital with gunshot wounds.  Monroe Police said the employee acted in self defense and no charges will be filed.

Paul: Fort Worth, Texas police responded to a robbery that ended with the robber being shot.  The thief walked into the Smoking Dragon Gift Shoppe at about 7pm Saturday and demanded money while showing a gun to the stove clerk.  The stove manager drew his own gun and shot the robber.  The robber ran off but was was found nearby.  The thief was taken to a local hospital with at least one gunshot wound to his shoulder.

Hey, Tom, a tobacco shop is another cash business.

Tom: We have a contrast between these two stories from New Jersey.  Early Saturday morning, an off-duty Newark police officer shot a man who attempted to carjacked him as the officer was putting air in his tires at a gas station.  Marcus Brent, 19 and also from Newark, was then found at University Hospital seeking treatment for a gunshot wound and was taken into custody.

On Sunday night, a man was shot and killed as he walked with his wife to their car in the Short Hills Mall.  The two assailants fled in the stolen car which was later recovered in Newark.  The man was killed by a gunshot to the head.. and by politicians and law enforcement officers who deny New Jersey citizens the right of self defense.

Rob: This story is unusual in how it was covered by the local news in Minneapolis.  Back on December 10th, a contractor was working in a vacant home when a robber walked in through the open door.  The thief picked up a crowbar and threatened the contractor.  The contractor was a licensed concealed carry holder and presented his firearm.  The robber fled with no shots fired.

What is unusual is that the news article goes on to quote a National Research Council report saying that firearms are used as many as 3 million times each year.  The article went on to say that Minnesota law requires reporting defensive gun use, but that this crime was only reported as an attempted robbery so the statistics under-report self-defense incidents.  I say thank you to KSTP for your honest reporting.

Paul: Also in Minneapolis, an armed civilian drew his firearm after he saw two armed two thugs banging on the windows of his corner market.  The thugs saw the armed citizen and ran.  When the civilian approached the store, he saw the store owner clutching his head with a nasty head wound.  The two thugs had tried to rob the store but the store owner pushed them outside and locked the door.  The good Samaritan completed the 911 call.  Again, there were no shots fired.  Thank goodness for Minnesota shall issue, but does this count as a defensive gun use under Minnesota law?
Tom: DGU emailed from Marc
Imagine coming home to thugs in your driveway.  A Cleveland Ohio homeowner was beaten before he recovered his gun and shot the two robbers.

Maybe now the victim will realize the importance of carrying your weapon. Occasionally I find my wife’s EDC gun in the safe. I politely remind her the only thing safe is the gun. CCW doesn’t help if we don’t carry. We also need training. I speculate perhaps a person aware of their environment may have noticed two men in the driveway.  I hope I never experience needing my weapon and not having it.

DGU#2 also emailed in by Marc
Paul: WTVG (ABC Toledo) reported recently that a man defended himself and his girlfriend when a man forced his way through a window in an attempted home invasion.
From the article:

A Toledo man is recovering after he was shot, possibly during an attempted home invasion, Thursday morning.  Antione Garrett told police he and his girlfriend woke up to the sound of someone breaking into their home.  He told investigators, when the suspect came in through a window, Garret fired a handgun at him multiple times, and the crook took off. The robber was taken to Toledo Hospital for treatment and is expected to recover.

Under Ohio’s Castle Doctrine law, which took effect in 2008, if someone unlawfully enters or attempts to enter the owner’s occupied home or temporary habitation, or occupied car, citizens have an initial presumption that they may act in self defense.

Rob: DGU with 37 shots fired!  PHILADELPHIA – December 17, 2013 (WPVI) — Police say an attempted robbery turned deadly when the victim pulled out a gun and opened fire on the suspect.  The incident happened around 2:00 a.m. with 37 shots fired Tuesday when an armed man attempted to rob two men who were walking to their car. One robbery target grabbed his gun and a shootout ensued that saw 37 shots fired.
Police say two accomplices of the stickup man started shooting as well before fleeing. Two weapons were recovered at the scene overnight, and late today police found a third handgun believed to have been used during the wild shootout. The robbery victim, 26-year-old Khalif Murray, was critically wounded and remains hospitalized in critical condition.  The initial robber was mortally wounded, having been shot in the head, stomach and back. He is identified as 25-year-old Broderick Howard, who is known to police with pinches including firearms violations dating back to 2006. Howard’s two accomplices remain at large.  Multiple surveillance cameras in the neighborhood did not yield pictures that have helped detectives.

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Show close and listener e-mail discussion
Email #1 From Marc
Subject: This is an interesting website. I just took action on this issue and thought you might find it interesting too. If you could pass this helpful tool from BFA I would appreciate it. Keep spreading the word to stand up for our rights.
Click on this URL to take action now from buckeye firearms http://capwiz.com/buckeyefirearms/utr/2/?a=62949306&i=1234&c=
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Email #2
From Michael C
Subject : TN Rights Group
Hey guys. Here is a submission for your gun rights organization mentions.
Tennessee Firearms Association tfaonline.org
Respectfully,
Michael C. From TN

Email #3
Greg from Bremmerton
Subject: Obama Allows Great Lakes Water To Be Sold To China As Half The U.S. Faces Extreme Water Crisis
Not guns but is politics, as someone who grew up in that area, they fail to mention that there is a dam downstream of four of the five Great Lakes near Niagara Falls, also a hydro-electric power station there, might have something to do with it, plus as the population grows, all the communities suck more water out also.  Points to think about.
China just built the largest dam in the world, use your own damn water!!
Greg, Bremerton http://asheepnomore.net/2013/12/17/obama-allows-great-lakes-water-sold-china-half-u-s-faces-extreme-water-crisis/

Email #4 From Jeremy
Subject 2013 Darwin Awards (But I think the winner is a repeat)

There are a couple gun entries here.  One to shake your heads at and one to laugh about.
Jeremy
You’ve been waiting for them with bated breath, so without further ado, here are the 2013 Darwin Awards:

Eighth Place In Detroit, a 41-year-old man got stuck and drowned in two feet of water after squeezing head first through an 18-inch-wide sewer grate to retrieve his car keys.

Seventh Place A 49-year-old San Francisco stockbroker, who “totally zoned when he ran”, accidentally jogged off a 100-foot high cliff on his daily run.

Sixth Place While at the beach, Daniel Jones, 21, dug an 8 foot hole for protection from the wind and had been sitting in a beach chair at the bottom, when it collapsed, burying him beneath 5 feet of sand. People on the beach used their hands and shovels trying to get him out but could not reach him. It took rescue workers using heavy equipment almost an hour to free him. Jones was pronounced dead at a hospital.

Fifth Place Santiago Alvarado, 24, was killed as he fell through the ceiling of a bicycle shop he was burglarizing. Death was caused when the long flashlight he had placed in his mouth to keep his hands free rammed into the base of his skull as he hit the floor.

Fourth Place Sylvester Briddell, Jr., 26, was killed as he won a bet with friends who said he would not put a revolver loaded with four bullets into his mouth and pull the trigger.

Third Place After stepping around a marked police patrol car parked at the front door, a man walked into H&J Leather & Firearms intent on robbing the store. The shop was full of customers and a uniformed officer was standing at the counter. Upon seeing the officer, the would-be robber announced a hold-up and fired a few wild shots from a target pistol. The officer and a clerk promptly returned fire, and several customers also drew their guns and fired. The robber was pronounced dead at the scene by Paramedics. Crime scene investigators located 47 expended cartridge cases in the shop. The subsequent autopsy revealed 23 gunshot wounds. Ballistics identified rounds from 7 different weapons. No one else was hurt.

HONORABLE MENTION Paul Stiller, 47, and his wife Bonnie were bored just driving around at 2 A.M. so they lit a quarter stick of dynamite to toss out the window to see what would happen. Apparently they failed to notice that the window was closed.

RUNNER UP Kerry Bingham had been drinking with several friends when one of them said they knew a person who had bungee-jumped from a local bridge in the middle of traffic. The conversation grew more excited and at least 10 men trooped along the walkway of the bridge at 4:30 AM. Upon arrival at the midpoint of the bridge, they discovered that no one had brought a bungee rope. Bingham, who had continued drinking, volunteered and pointed out that a coil of lineman’s cable lay nearby. They secured one end around Bingham’s leg and then tied the other to the bridge. His fall lasted 40 feet before the cable tightened and tore his foot off at the ankle. He miraculously survived his fall into the icy water and was rescued by two nearby fishermen. Bingham’s foot was never located.

AND THE WINNER IS…. Zookeeper Friedrich Riesfeldt ( Paderborn, Germany ) fed his constipated elephant 22 doses of animal laxative and more than a bushel of berries, figs and prunes before the plugged-up pachyderm finally got relief. Investigators say ill-fated Friedrich, 46, was attempting to give the ailing elephant an olive oil enema when the relieved beast unloaded. The sheer force of the elephant’s unexpected defecation knocked Mr. Riesfeldt to the ground where he struck his head on a rock as the elephant continued to evacuate 200 pounds of dung on top of him. It seems to be just one of those freak accidents that proves… ‘Stuff happens’

Should you want to share your stuff with us, our e-mail is Paul@politics and guns.com, Toby, Sticks, Rob, Susan, or Onair to reach all of us.

The Roadgunner mag 40 class in Conway (sorry Chaz), Arkansas at Shoot House USA on May 15th thru 19th 2014  Registration is not open yet.  It will sell out quickly.

Facebook Feedback from Ken Kowalski
RE: Episode 188. In reference to why you carry 40 S&W.

Between this:http://ballisticsbytheinch.wordpress.com/2013/12/12/some-muzzle-energy-comparisons/
Ballistic Gel tests and Anecdotal evidence from trauma centers I don’t think there’s much evidence to support your choice. 9mm+P, 40 S&W, and 45ACP just don’t differ enough.

Facebook Feedback from Trevor Furlotte
Could it be a Christmas miracle? http://atlantic.ctvnews.ca/no-charges-in-fatal-n-b-shooting-based-on-self-defence-argument-1.1598652 (from the linked article)
BAXTERS CORNER, NEW BRUNSWICK — RCMP in New Brunswick say no charges will be laid in a shooting that killed a man late last year. The Mounties say the Crown has determined there is no likelihood of conviction in Ryan Firlotte’s death because it can be argued he was shot in self-defence. Three men, including the 31-year-old victim, were wounded after shots were fired at a vehicle on Nov. 10, 2012, in Baxters Corner, about 26 kilometres northeast of Saint John. Police say the shooting occurred during an altercation with a 35-year-old man who had been assaulted earlier that day in the Saint John area. All of the men were known to each other. The Mounties recommended that prosecutors consider charges of murder, manslaughter and criminal negligence. But they say the Crown decided not to proceed with any charges after reviewing case law. RCMP say they agree with the Crown’s decision and their investigation is now complete.

Paul: We’re giving away a copy of the book “Brushfire Plague by R.P. Ruggiero.  Share this post from our Facebook page to enter the contest.  We’re also giving away book seven of Glen Tate’s 299 days series.

We have Politics and Guns Podcast download applications out on Amazon for Android and I-phone is coming in January.

Listen to other podcasts on the Gun Rights Radio Network, the Crusader Podcast Network, and give Roadgunner a listen.

Join the National Rifle Association, Second Amendment Foundation, Gun Owners of America and Jew for the Preservation of Fireames Ownership.  Joining two makes you a hero.  Supporting all four makes you a super hero.

Tom: Join your local civil rights group like New Jersey Second Amendment Society, Arizona Citizens Defense League, Michigan Coalition for Responsible Gun Owners, and Michigan Gun Owners, Minnesota Gun Owners Civil Rights Alliance. Arizona citizens defense league, Texas State Rifle Association. Tennessee Firearms Association

Maybe there are others that have not e-mailed us.  In that case send us a letter if you’re a Houston Texans or Washington Redskins fan, and you have my sympathy for being afraid to turn on your computer because you might see their scores. Join a local group even if they are in an adjacent state.

Paul: we are now proud affiliates of the Shooters Club! Bob Mayne was just on and explained the benefits, if you are inclined please check it out!

Paul, that wraps up another episode of Politics and Guns.  Until the mid-week show…
Rob, stay safe,
Tom, be aware,
Paul, and we’ll see you down the road.
Outro and disclaimer

Episode 190 – Glen Tate and Dan Ingram

Open: Hi and welcome to the Politics and Guns Podcast recorded on Sunday, December 15th, 2013.  I’m Paul Lathrop.
Tom: I’m Sticks and on today’s show we talked with author and frequent guest, Glen Tate.
Rob: I’m Rob, and we also have an interview with Dan Ingram of New Jersey Concealment Furniture.
Tom: we have our usual gun news and DGUs as well, so climb aboard.
Toby: Strap in,
Paul: And hang on, episode 190 of the Politics and Guns Podcast starts right now.
Show intro music.

Seg 1
Paul: Nothing new in Guns, but I drove my @$$ off today.
Rob: I shot an IDPA match on Saturday.  In one stage I had 18 shots in 21 seconds.  That was fun even though I had to reload twice.  I felt really slow, but finished 5th of the 18 of us shooting 1911s.  I got some good suggestions so I’ll work to get faster.
Tom: Still have a cold.  Bought a new long gun and helped a buddy buy two guns.  Helped the new owner shoot and clean his weapons. This friend is a delivery vendor who carries cash, and a restaurant owner.  He wants to concealed carry.
Toby: Working the weekends, and half way through reading 299 Days book-7. I’m listening to George Hill’s Audio Book- Uprising USA. Wearing a 1911 in a shoulder rig at work as my backup gun.  Shared the Massad Ayoob DVD with a co-worker.

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Tom: Two impossible things happened in Centennial, Colorado.  A high school student legally bought a shotgun and then brought the gun onto school grounds.  Colorado politicians told us that couldn’t happen once they passed their new gun laws.  Within seconds, an armed school resource officer had the student in his sights and the student took his own life.  If you remember, the anti-gun pundits told us that armed safety officers at school were useless and even dangerous.  The student was a committed anti-gun liberal and had a grudge against a teacher.  Two others were injured.

Toby: Also in Colorado, a judge ordered Colorado Springs police to pay $23,500 to a man they arrested for legally carrying his weapon in public. James Sorensen sued and won after he was improperly arrested at a festival in July, one day after the Aurora shooting occurred. The entire incident was caught on camera.  The officer who disarmed Sorensen told him to get a lawyer, that’s exactly what Sorensen did.  The police blamed improper training for the arrest.

Rob: And now on to Florida.  Florida’s first district court of appeals had an unusual ruling before a panel of all 15 of the district’s judges.  The judges ruled that Florida universities can not preempt state and federal law by imposing their own gun regulations on campus.  They ruled the University restricted a fundamental, constitutional right to keep and bear arms for self-defense by doing so.

Tom: Here is some more good legislation- Two Republican Ohio legislators proposed Constitutional Carry. Our listeners in Ohio should give their support.  The Ohio Association of Police Chiefs declined to take a position.  Maybe you should call your local police chief too.

Paul: A bit of bad news- In the year after the Newtown Connecticut murders, the anti-gun advocates spent over 14 million dollars on lobbying and advertising, outspending the pro-gun human-rights advocates by over seven to one.  The bad guys have Bloomberg and Hollywood.  Where are our billionaires for liberty?

Before we leave off to the interview I would like to mention that we just passed the 3 year anniversary of the murder of Brian Terry. 202- 224-3121 is the congressional switchboard.  Please ask for justice for Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry.

Also, listener Tim from Texas took an Appleseed training course with Rachel Malone.  (We interviewed Rachel in episode 183) Tim made Rifleman and is working at being an Appleseed instructor!

Hey everyone hang on, because next we have Glen Tate and Dan Ingram
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DGU#1 Emailed from listener Guy in Indiana
Paul & the podcast gang,
I saw this story on our local news station a few nights ago.  Here is a link to the story for your DGU segment.  Thanks for all you guys do, I really enjoy the podcast.  Keep up the good work.
Guy
Rockport, IN

Police in Greenville, Kentucky identified good Samaritan who save a stabbing victim.  The incident began when Jeff Warner stabbed his wife in the neck after a custody hearing in county court.  The wife and children fled into the street.  Lance Martin, a firefighter, coal miner, and member of the National Guard, pulled his concealed weapon on Warner to prevent any more injuries.  This is a clear example of a concealed weapon holder saving lives.

Show close
Paul: We have a book Giveaways of Brushfire Plague.  The post is on our Facebook page.  Share the post to enter the giveaway. We’re also giving away Glen Tate’s book seven in the 299 days series.

We have Politics and Guns Podcast download applications out on Amazon for Android and I-phone is coming – Paul screwed up.

Listener e-mail discussion
Email #1
From James about Arizona Citizens Defense League
I had to finally email in and make sure that one of the best gun rights advocacy groups get represented again in your wonderful podcast. So let me official proclaim the Arizona Citizens Defense League (AZCDL) http://www.azcdl.org, where thanks to them Arizona is now a constitutional carry state and any law abiding US citizen can legally carry a firearm without first getting permission from the State.

Email #2
From the Un-Named listener in the Russian Federation
Subject: Hello from the Russian Federation
Hey Fellas!
I wanted to say hello as a fairly recent listener to your podcast. Love the show and appreciate the gun talk.
A little background on why I am in Russia. I work for one of the largest engineering, construction and procurement contractors in the world. And our client is one of the largest companies in the world. I engineer/design oil production facilities all around the globe. I recently (August) left Iraq where I spent over 2 years. Wherever we went we were under the protection of private security companies. Mostly ex-British special forces and Para-regiment soldiers. They carried AK-47 and 74’s and CZ 9mm pistols. Body armor and Kevlar helmets, B6 armored vehicles always. In the summer the hottest I experienced was 140 Fahrenheit. Needless to say, extreme conditions.
Being ex-military myself I got to be pretty tight with security forces and we discussed firearms and shootouts at length. (to be clear, I was never involved in a firefight). Since I am a firearms enthusiast, I was curious as to what these Brits had to say about what weapons they preferred and would ask each team what they preferred. With very few exceptions, they would have preferred to carry the M4 over the AK. I think only one team leader ever said he would have preferred the AK. I found that interesting…You see Brits are not from a firearm culture and have not been raised discussing what everyone else says in better. Most had never even held a weapon until they entered military service. When pressed on a sidearm caliber, .45 ACP. 9mm is a toy, especially with ball ammo. “couldn’t stop my 90 year old grandmum with a full mag” one big fella joked.
I could write some more about being on the M-1 Abrams when I was in the Army, but I’ll save that for another day.
I would appreciate it if you would not use my name as I would not like to advertise the fact that I am away from my family. Keep up the good work!
Name redacted at the request of the listener… Minnesota boy in Russia!
PS, I have talked to dozens of ex-Iraq military about chemical weapons also. I was pretty surprised about what I heard. Not what you will hear on the TV that’s for sure!

Email #3 Greg in Bremmerton
What a waste, if he really wants safety, lift the gun restrictions!!!!!
Greg, Bremerton
Obama marks Newtown murders with a call for more gun restrictions.

Email #4 Greg in Bremmerton
N.J. is taking gun control WAY to FAR!!!!!  An unregistered BB gun can earn you a felony conviction in New Jersey.
Greg, Bremerton

Email #5
Listener Michael emails in and says
I don’t know if this helps or not but I am an iPhone user/listener. I just did a search in the apple App Store and did not find the “Politics and Guns Podcast” app.
Respectfully,
Michael C.

Paul forgot to ask for the iPhone app. Give us a few weeks.
Contact us at Paul@politics and guns.com, Toby, Sticks, Rob, Susan, or Onair to reach all of us.
The Roadgunner mag 40 class in Conway (sorry Chaz), Arkansas at Shoot House USA May 15th thru 19th 2014  Registration is not open yet.  It will sell out quickly.

Rob, do you have any new posts from your SlowFacts blog you want to mention?
I wrote an article called Sandy Hook and the Body Count of Gun Control  Some friends of mine were murdered and raped because they couldn’t defend themselves.  I thought we needed to remember their story as well as the murders at Sandy Hook Elementary School.  The media is interested in selling advertisement, not a serious discussion.
The article is on my blog and at ClashDaily where I’m now a regular contributor.

Please listen to other podcasts on the Gun Rights Radio Network, the Crusader Podcast Network, and give Roadgunner a listen.
Join NRA, SAF, GOA and JPFO.

Rob: Join your local civil rights group like NJ2AS, Arizona Citizens Defense League, Michigan Coalition for Responsible Gun Owners, and Michigan Gun Owners, Minnesota Gun Owners Civil Rights Alliance. Arizona citizens defense league, Texas State Rifle Association.

Maybe there are others that have not e-mailed us.  In that case send us a letter if you’re a Houston Texans or Washington Redskins fan, and you have my sympathy for being afraid to turn on your computer because you might see their scores. Join a local group even if they are in an adjacent state.

Paul: we are now proud affiliates of the Shooters Club! Bob Mayne will be on on the mid-week show to help explain the benefits. Until then please check out http://www.shootersclubmembers.com/politicsandguns/

Paul, That wraps up another episode of Politics and Guns.  Until the mid-week show…
Rob, stay safe,
Tom, be aware,
Paul, and we’ll see you down the road.
Outro and disclaimer

Sandy Hook and the Body Count of Gun Control

A guest post by co-host Rob Morse.

December 14 is the anniversary of the murders at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.  We could talk about effective measures to stop public violence, but that talks to your head.  The battle is for your heart, and Big-government media like the Washington Post wants everyone to trot out their list of people murdered by those evil tools called firearms.  I have another idea. I have a list of people harmed because they were denied a firearm.  I’ll go first because I’ve had enough!

knife_attack2012-wideMy college girlfriend was raped after her attacker broke into her apartment and held a knife to her throat.  Monica couldn’t have a gun for self-defense because she lived in Chicago, and Chicago had very strict gun control laws.  Gun control is the theory that it is better for a 130 pound woman to be raped by a drug addict twice her size than risk injuring a rapist.  That stupid theory may work for a Chicago politician who has his own security detail, but my friend Monica paid the price.

Monica had to leave Illinois, and she moved to a state where she could defend herself.

mill valley policeSome victims can’t run away. Let me tell you about a girl named Anne.  She was a family friend and was home from college.  She sat in a quiet park near Mill Valley, California when she was murdered.  She was murdered by a mentally ill man who brought a gun into a gun-free zone and shot her.  Of course Anne obeyed California gun laws, so she wasn’t armed.  There was no one to help her when she was attacked and murdered.  The police didn’t find her body for hours.

That is the murderous insanity of gun prohibition!  We pretend that crazy people and criminals will obey gun laws while people like Anne are disarmed.. and murdered.  I named my daughter Anne, so this stays personal for me.

Do we need more names and more examples like Monica and Anne?  We are not talking about an untried theory, or even a theory that worked well in other countries.  Gun prohibition in the United States started after the civil war to disarm newly freed black men and women.  Gun prohibition was a bloody success at suppressing freedom.  The control freaks recently repackaged gun prohibition and re-branded it as gun control, crime control or gun safety regulations.  It failed as prohibition always fails, and I’ve named a few of the victims to prove it.

How many more names will it take to convince you?  How many more victims will you stand for?  My friends lived that experiment. I can’t ignore what has happened to them.  The Washington post may forget these victims, but please don’t ignore what has happened to your friends.

Now it is your turn.  What stories do you have?

Episode 189 – R.P. Ruggiero

Open: Hi and welcome to the Politics and Guns Podcast recorded Wednesday, the 11th of December, 2013. I’m Paul Lathrop.

Rob: I’m Rob Morse, and on tonight’s show we’ll talk with R. P. Ruggiero, author of the Brushfire Plague series of books.
Paul: We’ve got the latest gun news and DGUs to share with you, so climb aboard
Rob: Strap in
Paul: And hang on, episode 189 of the Politics and Guns Podcast starts right now.
Show intro music.

Seg 1 Catching up
Tom is shopping for Christmas – Pawnshop for guns?
Rob- Dry Practice from concealment, slow, fast, trigger reset, strong and weak handed slow fire, reloads and malfunctions.  My hoodie drawstrings got caught in the safety.
Paul – on the road, dry fire, figured out a way to do dry fire trigger reset on the glock.

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Jersey City, New Jersey now includes civics questions along with its bids to purchase firearms for police.  The city asks vendors if the manufacturer allows images of its products to appear in video games and what the company does to combat illegal gun trafficking. Don’t you feel better now.  Let’s go ask the nice police officer if whale parts were used to manufacture his gun.

The New York City Police Department has sent out more than 500 letters demanding gun owners turn in their weapons, weapons made illegal by New York City’s preemptive gun laws.  These laws made long guns illegal if they hold over 5 rounds.  Gun owners can turn in their guns, leave New York City, or sell the guns outside New York City.  Have any of our listeners received a Bloomberg love letter yet?  Can anyone remember when registering a long gun prevented a crime?

Also from the big apple- The New York Police Department sent two detectives to Kenya to collect lessons learned from mass murders in the Nairobi Westgate mall.  They learned there were only four attackers.  The attackers never fired automatic weapons.  They had a few grenades. They killed 67, wounded over 200, and slipped out of the mall and escaped at night after 18 hours in the mall.  The responding Kenyan military shot two SWAT officers by mistake, killing the commander of the Nairobi SWAT unit.  The lessons learned for civilians are to leave the building rather than hide in place.. and carry your gun if you can and shoot on the move.
This could happen here!

The New Jersey Second Amendment Society sponsors a Home Defense seminar on Thursday evening, December 19th in Brick, New Jersey.  The seminar includes presentations on how to harden your home, prepare a safe room, alert the police, and how to apply for a New Jersey Firearms Identification Card.  The event is free, yes FREE!  But, registration is required and the event is expected to fill up quickly.  See the NJ2AS site or check our show notes for the link.
(Reminds me that best defense against an armed attacker is a locked door.)

In the next segment we have an interview with author RP Ruggiero.  RP wrote Brushfire Plague and Brushfire Plague Reckoning, available in paperback and Kindle.  It was an interesting interview, and we have links in the show notes if you want to buy his books for Christmas.

 Hang on everybody, we’ll be right back after the interview with our DGU segments and close out the show.

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DGU1- From Toledo, Ohio- A burglar called 911 to ask for help after being shot. 21 year old Randy Estrada was charged with burglary after being shot by a homeowner while climbing in the homeowner’s window.  Estrada left the scene, but called 911 for help.  Getting shot and arrested is a tough way to learn a lesson.

DGU2- A 37 year old burglar was shot in the arm by a 76 year old homeowner in Hampton, Virginia.  The homeowner called police when he heard glass breaking downstairs.  The police searched the premises and left empty handed.  The homeowner found the burglar in a closet of the barbershop attached to his home.  The burglar was shot and fled, but then captured by police and taken to the hospital for treatment of minor wounds.  It has to hurt twice being shot by someone twice your age.

DGU3- Defensive gun use number 3 is reported in the Chicago Tribune.  A 25 year old man out on parole for a previous armed robbery tried to rob a cellphone store at gunpoint Tuesday evening.  The store owner drew his handgun and killed the thief.  Imagine that, a previously convicted criminal got a gun in the gun-control paradise of Chicago.  Times have changed now that honest Chicago citizens can legally own firearms for self-defense.

Humorous photograph- Obama gets all gaga over Danish Prime Minister, Michelle is nearly drawn on by the secret service just from the looks she is giving the Prez. She then MAKES HIM SWITCH SEATS!

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Email from listener Jeff
Couple holsters with tlr laser light attachments.  Blade Tech, Safariland
Jeff

We have cellphone applications out now for Android at the Amazon store and I-phone is coming.

Contact us by e-mail at Paul@politics and guns.com, Toby, Tom (sticks@), Rob, Susan, or Onair to reach all of us. Of course you can always call 605-215-1438 and leave a voice message.

Roadgunner mag 40 class in Centerton, Arkansas at Shoot House USA May 15th thru 19th 2014

Listen to other podcasts on the Gun Rights Radio Network, the Crusader Podcast Network, and give Roadgunner a listen (NSFW).

Please join the National Rifle Association, the Second Amendment Foundation, Gun Owners of America and Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership.

Also join your local civil rights groups, like New Jersey Second Amendment Society, Michigan Gun Owners, and Michigan Coalition for Responsible Gun Owners.  Maybe there are other groups out there, but their members have not e-mailed us.  In that case, send us a snail mail if you’re a Detroit Lions fan and can’t figure out how to use e-mail.  Don’t worry, you can buy self-adhesive stamps and envelopes so you won’t get hurt by papercuts.

(For the web page- Join your local civil rights group like NJ2AS, Illinois carry, Illinois rifle association, Arizona citizens defense league, Texas rifle association, Texas Firearms Freedom, Buckeye Firearms.  (And if we left your group out, that means you didn’t e-mail us yet.)  Join a local group even if they are in an adjacent state.)

Paul, We have another Glen Tate interview on the weekend. That wraps up another episode of Politics and Guns.  Until the weekend show…
Rob, stay safe,
Paul, be aware,
Rob, and we’ll see you down the road.
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Episode 188 – Eric Reed and Daniel Shaw

Man, but Paul started this recording early!
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Hi and welcome to the Politics and Guns Podcast recorded too early on Sunday, the 8th of December 2013. I’m Paul Lathrop.
Tom: I’m Sticks and on todays show we have an interview with Eric Reed of Gun Rights Across America
Rob: I’m Rob Morse and we’ll also talked with Daniel Shaw of Gunfightercast fame., So climb aboard.
Tom: Strap in
Paul: And hang on, episode 188 of the Politics and Guns Podcast starts right now.
Show read and intro music.

Seg 1
Tom- Shopping for guns.  Five new purchases.  Great Christmas presents!  Studying Illinois gun laws.  Looks like Illinois will recognize out of state passage through the state.
Rob- finished Dave Grossman’s Book on how violent media has lead to increasingly violent adolescents who then grow into violent adults.  The book is called “Stop Teaching Our Kids to Kill”.  I also got in some dry practice, slow, fast and single hand.  How do you practice?

Paul – I have spent the last several days in non gun friendly states, and am just this morning in the free state of Utah.  Correction to midweek show – Minnesota does accept Utah non resident ccw. It is New Mexico that doesn’t.  See handgunlaw.us

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Rob- Another CCW training class started in Illinois in advance of the state accepting CCW applications.  This sixteen hour class says it exceeds the state’s requirements to apply for an Illinois CCW.  It does not say that the instructors and the course curriculum have been approved by the state.  The organization is the American Medical Resource Institute in Lake Zurich, Illinois, but their website shows neither ongoing medical education nor the names of its firearms instructors.  Hmm.  Do  our Illinois listeners have recommendations?
Ask Roy Kubicheck?

Paul- There is a new promotional promotional video supporting concealed carry created by the Twin Cities Gun Owners and Carry Forum.  It shows local citizens describing what they like about their local area and then mentioning that they carry a licensed firearm.  It is well produced and runs 2 and a half minutes.  They are on Facebook at TCGunsandCarry.  The link is in our show notes.  We need a thousand more like it form a group who lives near you.

Tom- It looks like the NYPD is done taking responsibility for their own actions. They fire errant rounds and wound bystanders, then charge the person that they were firing AT with the shooting crime. The person fired upon was a mentally ill individual who was trying to commit suicide by throwing himself into traffic. It looks like the NYPD should go through a refresher course on the 4 rules of gun safety, especially #4 (know your target and what is beyond it)

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Seg 3

Notes from the Daniel Shaw interview.  Glad to leave the USMC, but miss the marines.  Moved to Kansas and transitioning to a new job in Kansas.  Learning to sell retail and appreciate the wide range of customers.

GunfighterCast podcast with Daniel Shaw is here.

Gunfightercast 1911 podcasts part one and part two

Here is a video of Thunderbird Tactical Training with Daniel Shaw

Topic 3

Please be a resource to your friends who are new to firearms.  We can help guide our own.

DGU1 Shoppers were finishing their after work shopping when they heard shots from the Bi-Lo grocery parking lot in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  A man agreed to meet and buy several tablet computers in a parking lot.  As the sale went down, the seller pulled a gun and demanded money.  They started fighting inside the buyers car.  Another man tried to pull the buyer from the car.  The buyer was armed and shot both sellers, one fatally.  The other seller turned himself in at a local hospital for treatment of a gunshot wound to the shoulder.  Police are ruling it self-defense.

DGU #2

A convenience store owner was shot during a robbery on Nov. 11 in Bassfield, Mississippi, but then turned the tables and opened fire on the robber shooting him at least 10 times.  It was in the early morning hours when the suspect, armed with a gun, walked into the Get and Go convenience store and demanded the clerk hand over the store’s cash, WDAM reports.  But before the clerk could collect all of the cash, the robber shot the clerk in the leg.  The suspect then left the store, but apparently got greedy and decided to return moments later to grab the rest of the cash left behind.

The clerk had retrieved his own 9mm handgun as the suspect left, and when the robber walked back inside, the clerk opened fire.  When officers arrived, the suspect was pronounced dead at the scene.  According to Jefferson David County Coroner Jimmy Slater, the suspect, identified as 35-year-old LeRobert Young of Bassfield, had 11 to 13 gunshot wounds.  The store clerk was transported to a local hospital where he underwent surgery and is expected to make a full recovery.  No charges are expected to be filed against the clerk.

DGU emailed from listener Greg

 HARRIS COUNTY, Texas- Deputies said a burglary suspect was shot dead by his own gun after dropping it while trying to escape the scene of an alleged crime early Thursday.  According to deputies with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office, the shooting happened around 12:50 a.m. on Aldine Bender Road at Miranda Street.  Deputies said three men were breaking into a trailer home in the back of a business property when the male who lives there heard the glass breaking and got up to check out the situation.

 The suspects took off running, and one of them dropped his gun. The male who lives on the property picked up the gun, and the other suspects opened fire on him, deputies said. The man returned fire, shooting one of the alleged crooks in the head.

 Host asks for comments before moving on.

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Listener e-mail discussion

Email #1 from Listener Jeremy.

 Paul and Rob,

Listening to episode 187, your talk about private schools having rules about no guns allowed and their liability got me doing some searching.  I thought you would like to see the policy that General Motors has in place for all their facilities.  This applies to anyone onsite (employees, contract workers, suppliers, even UAW) despite the fact that not everyone has access to, or is given, this policy to read it.

Global Security

(Policy GS1)

Publish Date – 01/14/2013 Review Date – 01/14/2013

Page 5 of 7

IX. Sub-Policy GS1.3 – Security

The Security Section of the General Motors Global Security Manual defines and describes the

security requirements for all General Motors locations.

C. Guns, Dangerous Devices and Other Weapons

In support of the General Motors Workplace Violence Prevention policy, General Motors will not tolerate the possession of guns, dangerous devices, or other weapons while on company property including company parking lots. The only exception to this policy involves security personnel carrying firearms in situations as noted in the Security Section, Chapter 1 of the General Motors Global Security Manual, law enforcement personnel and armed guards transporting money on and off the premises, or where General Motors posts or otherwise communicates a different local policy (e.g., where General Motors believes this policy conflicts with a local law). Misuse of firearms by personnel authorized to carry must be reported to security.

 Though employees may legally own and carry weapons for personal reasons such as hunting or personal protection, it remains a violation of the policy to have weapons of any kind on General Motors property, even when they are kept in employees’ personal vehicles. Weapons are not allowed in company vehicles while on company property or while engaged in work-related activities. Weapons may not be carried to work-related events even if an authority having jurisdiction has issued a permit to carry or conceal the weapon. Violation of this policy will result in disciplinary action up to and including discharge.

 Application of this policy does not preclude assigned drivers of company vehicles from the lawful possession of firearms in the vehicle when they are not on General Motors property or otherwise engaged in work-related activities. The term ‘dangerous devices’ includes any device, the possession of, which reflects an intent and capability of the possessor to use the device to inflict personal injury, whether under circumstances of assault or self-defense.

 This not only includes martial arts devices and other objects generally recognized as being weapons, but also would include otherwise innocuous devices that are possessed in such a manner as to reflect the prohibited purpose and capability, such as, for example a tire-iron, lead pipe or baseball bat stored beneath a vehicle’s driver seat.

It is great that they say this is supposed to prevent workplace violence, but we all know it won’t.  Since the security that actually walks around, at least two of, the main Detroit area campuses don’t carry guns it isn’t really going to stop anything.  And with at least 2 attacks within a block of the global headquarters at the Ren Cen this year, I’m hoping that this will change.  But considering my “tire thumper” is even considered a no-no to them I doubt it.  My pepper spray probably isn’t even allowed since self-defense items are prohibited.  Of course they won’t take responsibility if anything happens to some on premises, let alone to or from work.  I almost wish something would happen to someone so they can try and sue GM for taking away their 2nd amendment rights of personal protection while travelling to and from work.

When you started talking about truck guns with Ben Branham my first thought was the .40 Glock you carry Paul.  And that had me asking, how do you carry that in the truck?  I can’t get comfortable with a gun on my hip when I am sitting down.  I’ve tried multiple holsters (Black Mamba CE, Cross Breed Super Tuck, even a couple OWB) and switched from a double stack .40 M&P to a single stack 9mm Kahr.  Driving a rig all day you must be one really tough guy.

 Paul- My Glock 22 is carried in a Black Momba CE at the 2:30 to 3 o’clock position.

 Rob- Jeremy, I’m as eager as you are to hear how Paul does it.  I’m in San Diego where the military went to drop-leg holsters for two reasons.  First, the mechanized infantry had problems sitting down while carrying a sidearm, and second they had trouble with standard holsters while wearing body armor.  It is hard for civilians to wear a drop-leg holster and call it concealed.

For Rob, here are a couple of local gun groups I belong to.  So you can stop the whining. J

Michigan Gun Owners (MGO) http://www.migunowners.org/

Michigan Coalition for Responsible Gun Owners (MCRGO) http://www.mcrgo.org/mcrgo/default.asp

 Rob- Jeremy, we will add both your Michigan groups to our close-of-show shoutouts.  MGO and MCRGO go to the head of the line!

Keep up the great work.  I just downloaded the app through Amazon, but since I use Podcast Addict to listen to the show I don’t know if I will use it.  But I’ll support the show none the less.

Jeremy

 Email #2

From Ryan-

Hey guys I just listened to the mid-week show, I am the guy from Indiana. I don’t want someone else to try to be me. I’m also sending this to the onair e-mail so everyone has a copy, and it can’t be “misplaced” again. See address below…. hint, hint.

Thanks again for the podcast, I listen to every one.

Ryan

 Email #3

Thanks again Paul, I can’t wait for my patch to get here. I’ll be sure to post some pics up on facebook when it get here. Since I am already typing this e-mail I did have a question for any of you guys. I am looking for a holster recommendation. I have a G23 with a TLR-1 light and I am looking for an OWB holster. I have already checked with Jason Christensen a few months ago, and he did not have a Sidewinder in that setup. I have a Black Mamba, and I love it just looking for a OWB rig. Are there any other makers you guys would recommend, or should I just keep bugging Jason till he build one? Thanks for any input you can give, and for the swag.

Ryan

 List emails to contact us Paul@politics and guns.com, Toby, Sticks, Rob, Susan, or Onair to reach all of us.

 Rob, do you have any new posts from your SlowFacts blog you want to mention?  Susan worked for the Red Cross. Paul was an EMT.  Tom is on a rescue team.  Rob is part of a CERT team.  I wrote a post called “Americans are everyday-awesome.”

Listen to other podcasts on the Gun Rights Radio Network, the Crusader Podcast Network, and give Roadgunner a listen.

Roadgunner mag 40 class Chass the un-named trucker, Glen Tate, Tom, Paul and Toby will be there.

 Join your local civil rights organizatins like NRA, SAF, GOA and JPFO, at least two of the four.

Join your local civil rights group like NJ2AS, Michigan Gun Owners, and Michigan Coalition for Responsible Gun Owners.. Maybe there are others that have not e-mailed us..  or send us a letter if you’re an Oakland Raiders fan and can’t figure out how to use e-mail.

 (Don’t mention- Illinois carry, Illinois rifle association, Arizona citizens defense league, Texas rifle association, Texas Firearms Freedom, Buckeye Firearms.  (And if we left your group out, that means you didn’t e-mail us yet.)  Join a local group even if they are in an adjacent state.)

 Paul, That wraps up another episode of Politics and Guns.  Until the mid-week show…

Rob, stay safe,

Sticks, be aware,

Paul, and we’ll see you down the road.

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Episode 187 – Ben Branham

Open: Hi and welcome to the Politics and Guns Podcast recorded Wednesday December 4th 2013,. I’m Paul Lathrop.
Rob: I’m Rob Morse and on tonight’s show we have an interview with Ben Branham of the modern self-protection podcast.
Paul: We also have a news segment and 2 DGU Stories, so climb aboard
Rob: Strap in,
Paul: And hang on, episode 187 of the Politics and Guns Podcast starts right now.

Show read and intro music.
Seg 1
Toby joins in for the catch up segment.
Toby- Chased up some 40 cal brass and dies, bought and returned a chronograph, turned in the paperwork for a Utah permit.
Paul- Has to get Utah and Florida permits.
Rob- I’m reading Grossman’s book on violent TV and video programs.  Carrying at home. 🙂

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News- Some Pennsylvania Universities will allow guns on campus after lawyers said that school regulations won’t withstand constitutional challenges.  Some Universities refused to change their no-gun policy.  More money for lawyers.

-Update to NYC gun grab story from the weekend show.
It appears we, along with countless others (including Mississippi Gun News), may well have been “had” regarding yesterday’s item about the “NYC Gun Grab“!

A poster on the Forums.Officer.com apparently did some digging and it seems the letter was only sent to one person, for reasons involving his specific permit. The letter was then supposedly altered to appear as something different. It had been accepted that parts of that letter had been officially redacted. Our thanks to a JPFO member who found this and notified us about it.

-Colorado Sheriff Lou Vallario continues his case against Colorado’s new gunlaws as an individual after a federal district court judge said the joint action from the states 54 sheriff’s did not have standing.

-A Federal District Court denies the challenge from a firearms manufacturing group challenging Connecticut gun laws.  The manufacturing group challen because the laws were passed without following the published rules of governing Connecticut legislation.

-The next story is from Listener “Chin”
Big shock, a study by the congressional research service report what we have been saying all along. More guns really do mean less crime.  I’m glad they have finally figured out the facts.
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Seg 3- Ben Branham Pt 1- Team tactics
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Ben Branham pt2- Truck guns

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Tom- DGU1
November 29th, a Memphis homeowner called police to report that two men were trying to break into his home. However, before officers could respond, the men were coming into the home through a window. The homeowner took action to protect himself. He fired at the two men, who then immediately fled the scene. One of the men was found by police a block away, suffering from a gunshot wound.  He was transported to an area hospital where he remains in critical condition.

Paul- DGU2

It’s usually easier to defend yourself and your family from a threat if you already have a gun.  However, a Louisiana family still managed to defend themselves using their assailant’s own gun against him.  According to The Daily World, a suspect armed with a handgun and wearing a ski mask, entered a Ville Platte, LA home on Sunday.  The armed suspect confronted a male visitor to the home, held a gun to his head and demanded money.  The residents of the home refused. That’s when the suspect tried to execute his hostage. Fortunately, for some reason, the gun did not fire and a fight ensued.  The suspect was shot in the chest.

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Listener e-mail discussion

From listener Greg

BTW, Montana Shiloh Sharps has curb parking in front, no need to park at the Town Pump, also the Fort has truck parking, they are at the end of the street.

SWAG call- Tom sent out one swag to Justin.

Toby is waiting for addresses.

We have an Android application at the Amazon applications store available under Politics and Guns.  We’re waiting for the I-Phone application.

List emails to contact us Paul@politics and guns.com, Toby, Sticks, Rob, Susan, or Onair to reach all of us.

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Listen to other podcasts on the Gun Rights Radio Network, the Crusader Podcast Network, and give Roadgunner a listen.

Join NRA, SAF, GOA and JPFO, at least two of the four.

Join your local civil rights group like NJ2AS, Illinois carry, Illinois rifle association, Arizona citizens defense league, Arkansas Carry, Texas rifle association, Texas Firearms Freedom, Buckeye Firearms.  (And if we left your group out, that means you didn’t e-mail us yet.)  Join a local group even if they are in an adjacent state.

Paul, That wraps up another episode of Politics and Guns.  Until the mid-week show…
Rob, stay safe,
Sticks, be aware,
Paul, and we’ll see you down the road.
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Episode 186 – Shelley Sargent and Frank Fiamingo

Open: Hi and welcome to the Politics and Guns Podcast recorded on Sunday, the the first of December, 2013. I’m Paul Lathrop
Tom: I’m Tom and on tonights show we’ll talk with Shelly Rae Sargent from GunUp Magazine.
Rob: I’m Rob Morse and we’ll interview Frank Fiamingo from the New Jersey Second Amendment Society, so climb aboard.
Tom: Strap in
Paul: And hang on, episode 186 of the Politics and Guns Podcast starts right now.
Show read and intro music.

Seg 1
Catch up with each participant and humorously ridicule the no-shows.
Rob shot trap for the first time.  Loved the sport.  Hate how my shoulder feels.  I’ll need a recoil pad and a padded jacket.  Ouch.
Tom went to the range.  Mosin, Enfield, 10-22, handguns Taurus gaucho, Browning 22.  Please don’t have your children sweep the other people at the range.
Topic: 4 rules of Gun Safety
Paul teaches gun safety.  Everyone needs to know the rules of gun safety.  Kids can’t follow the rules they don’t know.  We can’t assume that young adults have a background in firearms safety.

  1. Treat a gun as if its loaded.  (we’re forming good habits)
  2. Keep the weapon pointed in the safest direction (usually up or down)
  3. Finger on the trigger only when the sights are on the target.
  4. Know your target and what is behind it.

Here is a link to the five kosher gun rules.

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News

Sheriff John Lopey is sheriff of Siskiyou County, California.  Lopey was denied a gun purchase due to a mistake in the required federal background check. The Sheriff tried to buy a surplus M1 Garrand from the Civilian Marksmanship Program when he was denied by the NICS system.  The sheriff appealed the decision and had his clerk send in new paperwork including new fingerprint cards.  Like healthcare, security is too important to leave to the government.

Paul: Name only security list are fallible.  Criminals are not trying to pass NICS checks.

Ask the Gundoc

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Topic 3
Shelley Sargent interview

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Seg 4- Frank Fiamingo interview
New Jersey Assembly bill 4425 requires state police to publish their guide for securing gun purchase permits.  This guide is used by towns across the state.  New Jersey judge says towns must follow state statutes for firearms application paperwork and process.

Some New Jersey firearms owner identification cards and purchase permits are taking from 9 months to a year, even though the regulations require a response in 30 days.

The  NJ2AS annual meeting is 7:30pm to 10:00pm on December 3rd at Toms River Knights Of Columbus, 209 Tennyson Avenue, Toms River, NJ 08753

Seg 5
Frank Fiamingo interview part 2
An irresponsible gun owner in Sussex county NJ may be acting irresponsibly when he shoots on his property.  How big does your property have to be so you can shoot or hunt on your own land in New Jersey?  Can the Sussex County NRA members talk to this particular gun owner and remind him how to build an effective backstop?

Seg 6
DGU 1
Tom: HOUSTON –- Police said three teens who broke into a northwest Houston home overnight were greeted by a homeowner with a gun. The break-in was reported on Springwell Drive. Houston police said one of the teens went into the home through the garage, and a barking dog woke up the homeowners. The homeowner got his gun and managed to hold one of the suspects while waiting for police to arrive.

DGU #2
Rob: Two would be burglars entered a Seattle store last Saturday night, pointed a gun at the clerk’s face and told him it was a robbery.  Rather than giving in to the thugs, the clerk stayed calm and told the robbers that  “mine is bigger than theirs.” That made them stop and think.  The clerk believed their gun was a fake and he reached under the counter for his own gun.  At that point, the would be robbers suddenly remembered they had a previous engagement elsewhere and they left rapidly in their white SUV.

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Listener e-mail discussion
Rob- Mick sent in an e-mail:
Hey guys!,
Paul I know it has been awhile since you last heard from me but everything is well. I still listen to you guys and it sounds great! I just wanted to know if you guys would mention on your show before December 9th that there is still time to comment on the proposed regulations on suppressors, SBRs and NFA Trusts that Obama put out. Here are some resources-
A site of proposed federal regulations- http://www.regulations.gov/#%21home
http://www.ammoland.com/2013/11/more-obama-anti-gun-regulation-comment-window-is-closing-act-now/#axzz2lVC83NBJ
Anyways I called the other day to the ATF and boy are they sower than ever! I was hoping to get my suppressor before Christmas but I won’t until January.
Mick S
~_~_

Tom- From Listener Greg
Thought you might like this.
http://legallyarmedamerica.com/blog/2013/11/28/if-you-like-your-gun-you-can-keep-your-gun-just-not-in-new-york-city/
While no gun owner with any sense or desire to practice the REAL law of the land – the Constitution – would ever elect to live in the dump that is New York City, there are some who are stuck there and they’re either going to have to get out or get their guns out! That’s right, confiscation has begun!
New York City has begun sending out confiscation notices that support their local laws demanding that gun owners “immediately surrender” rifles and/or shotguns that hold five rounds or more of ammunition. (See the notice we’ve posted below.) In New York City it is illegal to possess a rifle or shotgun with the capacity to hold more than five rounds according to NYC Administrative Code 10-306 (b).

Rob- List emails to contact us Paul@politics and guns.com, Toby, Sticks, Rob, Susan, or Onair to reach all of us.

Roadgunner mag 40 class in the Spring.

I have a new posts from my SlowFacts blog I want to mention.  I made fun of the DC bureaucrats harassing honest gun owners in a post called Deaf and Dumb DC Gun Regulations.
That wraps up this edition.  Please listen to other podcasts on the Gun Rights Radio Network, the Crusader Podcast Network, and give Roadgunner a listen.

Join NRA, SAF, GOA and JPFO, at least two of the four.
Join your local civil rights group like NJ2AS, Illinois carry, Illinois rifle association, Arizona citizens defense league, Texas rifle association, Texas Firearms Freedom, Buckeye Firearms.  (And if we left your group out, that means you didn’t e-mail us yet.) Join a local group even if they are in an adjacent state.

Paul, That wraps up another episode of Politics and Guns.  Until the mid-week show…
Rob, stay safe,
Tom, be aware,
Paul, and we’ll see you down the road.
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