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  1. 30 Springfield XDs snatched from Washington gun store

    With a team of late night burglars crashing through a neighboring business wall to make their entry, some $40,000 worth of firearms and accessories were stolen from a Washington state gun store recently. The thieves' haul included a variety of XD pistols-- and the feds are offering a reward for their recovery. (Some 30 Springfield XDs in 9mm, 40S&W, and .45ACP such as the one shown above, were stolen. Photo by ATF) The incident Lakewood, Washington, (Pop. 58,000) in quiet Pierce County...
  2. States moving to Constitutional Carry in record numbers

    When the year began, just five states allowed otherwise law-abiding residents in their jurisdiction to carry a concealed handgun for self-defense without having a permit issued to them by the government to do so. This practice, termed "Constitutional Carry" in reference to the protections allowed in the Second Amendment, is gaining attention and could be seen in as many as a dozen states by this time next year. Why permitless carry? First off, this practice does not replace lawful...
  3. Springfield owner causes controversy with backyard range

    In Florida, state preemption laws have local city and county governments running gun shy when it comes to regulating firearms, which as far as the Second Amendment in concerned, is a good thing. Using this to his advantage, an XD owner seeking to get in some trigger time set up a backyard shooting range-- but quickly drew return fire from his neighbors. The town Down in South Florida, in Pinellas County is "Old St. Pete" The fifth largest city in the Sunshine State, it's just over the Bay...
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