This Week In Guns 238 - DOD Nominee Bows Out - Christmas Attack Foiled

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Top Stories

 

{Start Positive News…

 

Trump nominee for DOD withdraws after gun control position is made public

 

Ruger introduces new Security 9 pistol

 

California law enforcement prevent Christmas attack at Pier 39, Modesto man arrested

 

Manticore releases new forend for the X95


 

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ATF issues RFC, Request For Comments, as it seeks to reclassify machine guns to include bump fire stocks and other devices

 

Man named Wayne Lapierre killed in targeted home invasion

 

With a majority in both state houses, Washington hopes to push new gun laws and eliminate preemption

 

FBI official says Las Vegas shooting motive might take till next October to release

 

Pro Gun women are routinely the victims of violent sexual harassment

 

Steve Johnson retiring from The Firearm Blog after 10 years

 

Man snatches gun from open carrier in Fayetteville Walmart and runs off, panic ensues

 

Norinco makes a Glock clone

 

SC mayor boasts about implementation of $500 fine for bump stocks


 

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Gays Against Guns, GAG, marches in CT to protest Ruger in their state



 

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Full Auto News Segment

(Stories the “real” media won’t talk about… and other crazy stuff):

 

**Each host picks a story to call their own**

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Race team owner Richard Childress fires at burglars in his home

 

5 year old boy that was shot in the face last year shoots self in hand

 

2 teens shot inside of Indiana Buffalo Wild Wings

 

Woman's gun fires as she digs in her purse in Florida mall bathroom

 

Las Vegas woman accused of killing her 3 roommates after an argument

 

Six month pregnant teen fatally shot in her home, doctors able to save baby

 

Florida house robbery caught on video, homeowner shot for TV

 

Parents warn daughter about boyfriend's racist views, boyfriend kills parents

 

Philadelphia robber didn't expect to get shot at

 

91st gun found by TSA at. Orlando International Airport

 


Wrap-up:

This Week in Guns is produced by Kenny Ortega and is a production of the Firearms Radio Network

 

OverFlow - Extra Stories (SKIP THESE)

 

AG Sessions orders review of Bundy case after mistrial is declared due to prosecutorial misconduct

 

Shoot your shotgun clean (video)

 

Carefully crafted poll finds majority of Americans support gun control

 

Some interesting surprises in HR 38 and FIX NICS

 

Terror attack against Pennsylvania police