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March 30, 2013 — 15:15

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The NRA, CRPA, FFLGuard and California Gun Owners Successfully Fight Off Proposal to Ban Hollow-Point Ammunition and Impose Mandatory Ammunition Registration in South San Francisco
March 29, 2013 — 20:14

The NRA, CRPA, FFLGuard and California Gun Owners Successfully Fight Off Proposal to Ban Hollow-Point Ammunition and Impose Mandatory Ammunition Registration in South San Francisco
In a victory for gun owners, the City of South San Francisco withdrew its consideration for a package of ammunition restrictions on Wednesday night that was aimed at registering all ammunition sales and banning the sale of hollow-point ammunition.  The Council’s decision came after a long week of hefty opposition from the NRA and California gun owners. 

Florida: REPORT on the Committee Hearing of HM-545 – Right to Keep & Bear Arms
House Memorial 545 by Representative Neil Combee (R) was heard in the state House Local and Federal Affairs Committee on today at 8:00 am.  HM-545 passed by a vote of 10 to 3 with 5 committee members absent.  It now moves to the state House Judiciary Committee.HM-545 by Representative Combee is a message to the Congress of the United States and the President that reminds them uphold the Constitution and rights of the citizens it was created to protect. 

Tennessee: Senate Committee to Consider Permit Confidentiality Legislation Tomorrow
Tomorrow, March 26 at 1:00 p.m., the Senate Judiciary Committee will consider Senate Bill 108, legislation to keep confidential all information on those residents who possess a Tennessee Handgun Carry Permit (HCP).  This privacy protection legislation recently passed in the Tennessee House of Representatives by an overwhelming 84 to 10 vote.

Obama urges vote on semi-auto ban
President Barack Obama called on the Senate to vote on a controversial ban on semiautomatic firearms modeled after military style assault weapons, despite dim predictions from Senate leadership that such a ban will have any luck passing the upper chamber.

Montana: Pro-Gun/Pro-Hunting Bills Go to the Governor for His Consideration
Please call and e-mail Governor Steve Bullock and urge him to sign these pro-gun bills into law.

Spared by the Sequester: The Pentagon’s $146 Flashlights
On March 8, the Defense Logistics Agency awarded a contact worth $331,000 to Giga, Inc., for flashlights. According to a form listed with the award notice, the quantity of flashlights ordered was 2,256. (That’s a decimal point between the “6 …

Grab your flashlights and baskets; Madison Easter egg hunts set for Friday night, Saturday morning
MADISON, Alabama — The City of Madison will have two Easter egg hunts on separate days, starting on Good Friday with a flashlight-led hunt for older children. The Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt is for children 6 to 12 and will occur at Palmer Park’s Westco …

North Carolina: Bill would allow Sunday hunting
A new bill moving through the state Senate, SB 224, co sponsored by Sen. Jim Davis, R-Macon, would remove a prohibition against Sunday hunting on private lands with shotgun, rifle or pistol, as long as the hunter is the landowner or has the landowner’s permission.

Nikon P-22 2-7×32 BDC 150 Rifle Scope: MSP Scope Mounts
Nikon P-22 Rifle Scopes Another Precision and Tactical Accessory from MSP – Mounting Solutions Plus Gun Accessories and Scope Mounts & Rings. Products for shooters …

New York: Gov. Cuomo and Anti-Gun Legislators Admit SAFE ACT Mistakes – But Continue Assault On Lawful Gun Owners
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo (D) and state legislative leaders have now publicly admitted mistakes in their rush to pass what is arguably the worst gun control law in the country – the SAFE ACT. After intense public pressure, the state’s chief executive and lawmakers discussed including amendments to the SAFE Act this week during the state budget negotiations. Specifically, much of the focus was on the seven-round magazine limit. However, the prospects for making the law more lenient disappeared when a rough budget agreement was reached this week. Many of the provisions of the SAFE Act are set to take effect April 15.