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one-stop, web-based experience for gun owners and individuals that love the shooting sports.”

GunUp.com Chooses Laura Burgess Marketing

GunUp.com will feature key products from firearms manufacturers with detailed product pages and reviews. Articles from well-known writers and subject matter experts, as well as the hottest bloggers will also be posted on the site. GunUp.com will be integrated with Facebook and Twitter for on demand information on anything firearms or firearms accessories.

OCT 18, 2010 05:15P.M. GunUp.com Chooses Laura Burgess Marketing As PR Partner in Launching the Definitive Online Firearms Community.

About GunUp, Inc.: GunUp, Inc., located in Seattle, Washington, was founded in 2010 by Dan Hall, a combat veteran and firearms enthusiast. Working with a team of like-minded, Internet savvy technicians and programmers, they created the only online firearms community where new and experienced gun owners can access current product information and access subject matter experts in the firearms industry. www.gunup.com About Laura Burgess Marketing: Laura Burgess Marketing provides public relations and marketing communications to companies within the law enforcement, tactical, military, shooting sports, home building, boating and recreational fishing markets. An industry veteran, with over 19 years of experience, Laura Burgess Marketing current client list includes; BLACKHAWK! Products Group, SIG SAUER, Revision Eyewear Ltd., KodaBow Inc., International Training, Inc., American Technologies Network Corp., Sentry Solutions, LLC, Visible Assets, ISSC-Austria, USA-Spirit and MasterPiece Arms. www.lauraburgess.com

GUNUP.com SEATTLE, WA --(Ammoland.com)- GunUp, Inc., the authoritative community for gun enthusiasts to share, discuss, review and compare guns and accessories with confidence, is partnering with Laura Burgess Marketing (LBM),a New Bern, North Carolina, Public Relations and Marketing firm. GunUp.com is an Internet community for new and experienced gun owners using the latest in web technology to bring a feature rich experience alive to members with in-depth product specifications, reviews, articles by leading industry writers, blogger content and more.

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“We are very excited at LBM to be working with Dan Hall and his team on this Internet firearms community,” Laura Burgess, President of LBM stated. “Dan brings his years of experience as a firearms enthusiast and his military background, coupled with his expertise in web-based technologies, to give gun owners a total experience currently not found on the Internet.”

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“GunUp, Inc. identified LBM as one of the industry leaders who could help us navigate within the firearms and accessory industry to bring best-in-class information and products to the forefront,” Dan Hall, CEO of GunUp, Inc. added. “We are looking forward to working together to develop a

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“GunUp’s goal is to become your one-stop resource for everything gun related, from what it is, to where to get it, and how much you are going to have to spend; plus all the added features and information we are adding to make your visit as rewarding as possible.”

GUNUP.com Launches As the Future of Guns Online OCT 18, 2010 05:07P.M.

GunUp.com will feature key products from firearms manufacturers with detailed product pages and reviews. Articles from well-known writers and subject matter experts, as well as the hottest bloggers will also be posted on the site. GunUp.com is integrated with Facebook and Twitter for on demand information on anything firearms or firearms accessories.

GUNUP.com Launches As the Future of Guns Online

About GunUp, Inc. GunUp, Inc., located in Seattle, Washington, was founded in 2010 by Dan Hall, a combat veteran and firearms enthusiast. Working with a team of like-minded, Internet savvy technicians and programmers, they created the only online firearms community where new and experienced gun owners can access current product information and access subject matter experts in the firearms industry. www.gunup.com Brought to you by - AMMOLAND.COM - Firearms & Shooting Sports News Ammo Land.com Submit Gun, Ammo and Shooting Related News at Ammo Land.com GUNUP.com Launches As the Future of Guns Online GUNUP.com Launches As the Future of Guns Online Tags: gun bloggers, GunUp.com, New Websites, Shooting Media News

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Cyclops Introduces Their Nexus HID Spotlight OCT 18, 2010 04:43P.M. Cyclops Introduces Their Nexus HID Spotlight

GUNUP.com SEATTLE, WA --(Ammoland.com)- GunUp, Inc., the authoritative community for gun enthusiasts to share, discuss, review and compare guns and accessories with confidence, proudly announces the launch of the GunUp website. The new website provides new and experienced gun owners access to the latest data for guns in current production anywhere on the web utilizing GunUp’s advanced research tools, as in the GunUp GunFinder. GUestimate, a real-time pricing tool, allows users to have a better idea of a firearm’s present worth. “We came up with the idea for the startup while conducting research for a personal firearm purchase. After much frustration, gnashing of teeth, scores of Google searches and hundreds of clicks later, I realized there needs to be a better way to do this,” Dan Hall, CEO and creator of GunUp.com.

Cyclops Nexus HID Spotlight

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The end result – a high-tech, engineered device that brings you optimal performance. Get Out of the Dark. Brought to you by - AMMOLAND.COM - Firearms & Shooting Sports News Ammo Land.com Submit Gun, Ammo and Shooting Related News at Ammo Land.com Cyclops Introduces Their Nexus HID Spotlight

Cyclops Solutions

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Grand Prairie, TX --(Ammoland.com)- Cyclops, an innovator in personal and field lighting solutions introduces the Nexus HID (high intensity discharge bulb) for 2010. The Nexus HID is a rechargeable, eye-blistering 3200 lumen light that can be used in any situation.

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SAF is a Proud Sponsor of Don’t Be a Victim TV Show

The Nexus HID features a 25W HID bulb, which produces intense white light offering higher color temperature and lower power consumption. Never worry about changing the batteries again and charge from anywhere by using the dual recharge, 12V car plug adapter or 12V 300mA AC charger. The easy-to-monitor LED charging indicator light glows green for full battery, yellow for half battery, and red for low battery so the user knows when to recharge.

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With a burn time of 50 minutes (fully charged) the user has comfort in knowing that after the sun goes down, getting out of the dark is easy. Light the trail back to camp or for that matter, the entire camp, with this POWERFUL 3200 lumen spotlight. The Nexus HID comes equipped with a 2 x 6V rechargeable sealed lead acid battery. The durable, rugged construction of the Nexus HID Spotlight is built to take the abuse of the harshest hunting terrain. • 25W HID Bulb Light output: 3200 lumens /25 million candle power lumens • LED charging indicator: Green – full battery, Yellow – half battery, Red – low battery Don’t Be A Victim TV

• Durable construction in black Dual recharge, either by 12V car plug adapter and 12V 300mA AC charger (both included) • Burn time: Spotlight – 50 minutes (fully charged) • Equipped with 2 x 6V rechargeable sealed lead acid battery For more information regarding Cyclops lighting solutions or to view their complete line of products please visit www.cyclopssolutions.com.

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Cyclops supplies the world with brilliant developments, designed with the outdoor enthusiast in mind and continues to design, reinvent and rediscover the illumination process in headlamps, flashlights and spotlights to provide safety and optimal performance. Each product goes through extreme, real-life testing before making it available to you.

BELLEVUE, WA --(Ammoland.com)- This Saturday, October 16th on the Don’t Be a Victim block on Spike TV, What If? will explore the Luby’s Cafeteria shooting in Kileen, Texas on October 16, 1991 and hear from

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survivor, Susanna Gracia Hupp who left her handgun in her vehicle, a mistake that could have saved the lives of her parents and the lives of many others that day.

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Keep Chronic Wasting Disease Out Of Alaska

The vignette, Predator Stoppers will look at the small and compact, Ruger LCP and show audiences why it is perfect for conceal carry.

OCT 18, 2010 12:37P.M.

Because Lives Depend On It will feature experts on close quarters combat scenarios and we’ll see two former Navy SEALS train, but who’s identity needs to be kept confidential.

Keep Chronic Wasting Disease Out Of Alaska

The Sig Sauer School for Survival will highlight a workplace violence scenario and what you should do if you find yourself in one. Want to learn how to defend yourself with an edged weapon, we’ll show you on Practical Tactical, along with how to get through any door and out any window, and safety while jogging. All skills one should lean and practice when taking charge of their personal protection.

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Even The Odds will tell the real life survival story told by Danny Coulson and his memorable night on the job as a police officer. Conceal and Carry School will introduce the nine students and instructors at the Tac Pro Shooting Center in Texas, all who have vowed never to be victims again. How will each student fare learning their way around handguns? Find out on Conceal and Carry School. Don’t Be A Victim airs Saturday, October 16th 9:00am – 11:00am EST (Check local listings in your area) www.dontbeavictimtv.com Brought to you by - AMMOLAND.COM - Firearms & Shooting Sports News Ammo Land.com Submit Gun, Ammo and Shooting Related News at Ammo Land.com SAF is a Proud Sponsor of Don’t Be a Victim TV Show

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Alaska --(Ammoland.com)- Chronic Wasting Disease is a fatal disease killing deer, elk and moose in 18 states and two Canadian provinces. It’s spreading, and wildlife managers are working to keep CWD out of Alaska. Learn more at www.wildlifenews.alaska.gov In 1975, the statewide sport harvest of halibut was about 10,000 fish and there were few charter boats. By 2007, the sport harvest had grown to over 580,000 fish, with about 60 percent taken by anglers on charter boats. Scott Meyer writes about the changes in store for Alaska’s charter halibut fishery. The use of snowmachines is on the rise in Alaska, and biologists are studying how this affects wolves. Is snowmachine activity displacing wolves? Do wolves use the snowmachine trails? Does this increased access affect the wolves’ prey? Elizabeth manning writes about current research by

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biologist Todd Rinaldi.

Only hunters who were unsuccessful in the regular drawings or did not hold a 2010-2011 elk license are eligible to purchase the late-season licenses, which will be available only on the Department website. Hunters of all ages can purchase licenses beginning at 10 a.m. Nov. 3.

There is a tremendous commercial demand for reindeer meat, and reindeer herding in Alaska has huge potential. But processing issues, wild caribou, and logistics create challenges. Diana Haecker of the Nome Nugget accompanies Seward Peninsula herders on a reindeer roundup, and offers insights into Alaska’s reindeer. Find it in the latest issue of Alaska Fish and Wildlife News.

Hunters are strongly advised to obtain an online customer account or review their existing account, user name and password before the sales begin. The sale is first-come, first-served and popular hunts sell out quickly. Available late-season elk license include:

Riley Woodford Editor Alaska Fish And Wildlife News

Any legal weapon, antlerless elk:

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• Unit 9 (including Water Canyon but not Marquez Wildlife Area) — Jan. 1-31, 50 licenses. • Unit 34 (portions of unit open; click here for map) — Jan. 1-31, 100 licenses.

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• Unit 53 (except Cerro portion) — Dec. 4-8, 50 licenses. Archery hunts, trophy bull elk APRE/6 (six-point antlers or more on one side):

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New Mexico Late-Season Elk Licenses Available

• Unit 12 — Nov. 21-24, 25 licenses.

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• Unit 37 — Dec. 4-8, 100 licenses.

• Unit 34 — Dec. 11-15, 200 licenses.

New Mexico Late-Season Elk Licenses Available Youth Elk Licenses And Late-Season Elk Licenses Still Available In Nov. 3 Online Sale

The Department makes late-season elk licenses available as biologists continue to assess annual population and harvest information, regional herd management objectives and additional harvest needs. Because these assessments require information gathered during fall aerial surveys and regular fall hunts, the licenses are made available via online, first-come, first-served sale. Distributing them through the normal draw process is unrealistic as it requires significantly more time than is available to ensure all successful hunters receive their licenses before the start of their hunt. YOUTH ELK LICENSES STILL AVAILABLE; More than 1,200 of the youth-only elk licenses for the 2010 season are still available on the Department of Game and Fish Web site. Youth Encouragement Hunt sales opened Aug. 4 for elk licenses reserved only for eligible youths younger than age 18. Sales will close 10 days before the beginning of the hunts. Here are some details about the online sale: • On sale: Now at www.wildlife.state.nm.us. To view available licenses or purchase a license, log in or create an account, click on “Online License System,” and then select “License Sales,” “Additional Opportunities,” “Youth Encouragement Elk.”

New Mexico Game and Fish SANTA FE, NM --(Ammoland.com)- More than 500 late-season elk hunting licenses will be available Nov. 3 in a first-come, first-served sale on the Department of Game and Fish website.

• Licenses available: Approximately 1,200 elk licenses for any legal weapon and muzzleloaders. All of the muzzleloader hunts are for

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elk of either sex. Most of the any legal sporting arm hunts are for cow elk. Hunt dates are scheduled to correspond with school holidays. A complete list of available hunts, including dates and unit numbers, is available on the Online License System.

required hunter orange, hunting with a prohibited weapon and using a prohibited hunting method (baiting, illegal on public lands). Wyatt pled guilty to all charges on Oct. 13 and was fined $275.50 at Justice of the Peace Court 3 in Georgetown.

• Eligibility: Only hunters younger than 18 who applied and were unsuccessful in the regular drawing for any big-game species, and whose applications were not rejected for reasons such as lack of funds, incorrect forms or failure to file a harvest report are eligible to purchase a youth encouragement license. Youths also must have successfully completed an approved hunter safety course before purchasing a license.

Citizens are encouraged to report fish and wildlife violations to the Delaware Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Section at 302-739-4580. For further information, contact Sgt. Gregory Rhodes, DNREC Division of Fish and Wildlife Enforcement, at 302-739-9913.

New Mexico 2010-2011 Big Game & Trapper Rules & Information

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Milford Delaware Man Arrested For Hunting Violations

New Mexico Late-Season Elk Licenses Available

Tags: Deer Hunting, Delaware, Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife, Hunting News, Law Breakers, Poaching

Tags: Elk Hunting, Elk Permits, Hunting Licenses, New Mexico, New Mexico Game & Fish, Youth Hunting

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NJ Bear Hunting Permit Application Period Open Until October 30

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Milford Delaware Man Arrested For Hunting Violations

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OCT 18, 2010 12:04P.M. NJ Bear Hunting Permit Application Period Open Until October 30

Milford Delaware Man Arrested For Hunting Violations

Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife DOVER, Delaware --(Ammoland.com)- DNREC Division of Fish and Wildlife Enforcement agents on Oct. 8 arrested a Milford man for hunting-related violations on Redden State Forest land near Georgetown.

Bear Hunter Becky Brensinger

Timothy W. Wyatt, age 47, of 549 Canterbury Road, Milford, was arrested and charged with hunting without a license, not wearing

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NJ Bear Hunting Permit Application Period Open Until October 30 Tags: BEAR, Bear Hunting, Bear Season, Black Bears, New Jersey, New Jersey Fish and Game, NJDEP

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New Jersey Fish and Game Trenton, NJ --(Ammoland.com)- The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife reminds hunters that the black bear permit lottery application period is now open and closes on October 30.

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Applicants must have a current, valid NJ firearm hunting license to apply. Hunters who have not yet completed a Bear Hunting Education Seminar can apply for a permit but must have completed a seminar in order to claim an awarded permit or purchase an over-the-counter leftover permit. For Bear Hunting Education Seminar information visit http://www.njfishandwildlife.com/news/2010/bearseminarinfo.htm .

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Application for permits can be made online at http://www.wildlifelicense.com/nj/ or at license agents. There is a $2.00 non-refundable permit application processing fee. Applications for all permits can be reviewed, and edited if wanted, on the license website. Once the permit application period closes the application cannot be changed. It is the customer’s responsibility to ensure that the application was made for the correct area.

Charlotte, NC --(Ammoland.com)- NRA-ILA grass roots news recently debuted a new and improved format for the “Grassroots News Minute” video! . To view the current video in its new format, please click above:

The award notification and permit pickup period for black bear permits begins the week of November 15, 2010. Black bear permits awarded in the lottery will be held in reserve until the end of the season, December 11, 2010. Over-the-counter issuance of leftover permits begins on Monday, November 22 at 10:00 a.m. and will continue until the season ends or the permit quota is reached.

Read More on these topics: • Judge Rules Concealed Carry Ban Unconstitutional • Pennsylvania: “Castle Doctrine” Bill Passes Senate

All permit issuances are final, with no exceptions.

About: Established in 1871, the National Rifle Association is America’s oldest civil rights and sportsmen’s group. Four million members strong, NRA continues its mission to uphold Second Amendment rights and to advocate enforcement of existing laws against violent offenders to reduce crime. The Association remains the nation’s leader in firearm education and training for law-abiding gun owners, law enforcement and the military. Visit: www.nra.org

For more information on the permit application and over-the-counter issuing process visit http://www.njfishandwildlife.com/news/2010/lottery_info10.htm on the division’s website. For information on the bear season, as well as a zone map and descriptions, visit http://www.njfishandwildlife.com/bearseas10.htm , also on the division’s site.

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titanium bead adds a practical, finishing touch. Limited quantities are available of this truly exceptional tactical folder.

Tags: Castle Doctrine, NRA, NRA-ILA, Pennsylvania, Right to Carry, Wisconsin, Wisconsin Carry

The Star-Benza lives up to the Wilson Combat legacy of Supergrade quality and is a fine companion to your Wilson Combat firearm or knife.

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Specifications:

Wilson Combat Star Benza Knife

• Steel: CPM S30V Stainless Steel • Hardness: RC 58-59

OCT 18, 2010 11:42A.M. • Blade Length: 2.94” Wilson Combat Star Benza Knife Limited Edition Wilson Tactical / Chris Reeve Knives Tactical Collaboration.

• Blade Thickness: .125” • Handle: 6AL4V Titanium Billet • Handle Length: 3.94” • Overall Length: 6.875” • Weight: 3 oz For a smaller alternative to our Star-Tac folder, we have once again teamed up with Chris Reeve Knives to make a special Starburst pattern small Sebenza framelock available exclusively for our customers. Contact Information: Wilson Combat www.wilsoncombat.com 1-800-955-4856 Ext 104

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Wilson Combat Berryville, AR --(Ammoland.com)- Introducing the Latest Addition to the “Star-Benza Titanium Framelock” Impeccably constructed of aerospace titanium and S-30V stainless steel, the Star-Benza is an ideal every day carry folder loaded with unparalleled Chris Reeve precision and powerful, pocketknife cutting performance. The Wilson signature machined Starburst grip pattern adds the perfect amount of handle traction for hard-use and visually identifies your knife as a Wilson limited edition. An exclusive lanyard with an engraved

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political experience, electability (being pro 2nd Amendment is not enough to get a candidate elected), the strength of the candidates personality.

Associated Gun Clubs Of Baltimore 2010 Election Candidate Recommendations

When a race involves an incumbent running for re-election to the same seat or a different seat, the primary consideration is the incumbent’s past voting record. Many candidates know how to answer a questionnaire in order to gain the approval of this or that special interest group. Therefore, we consider candidate surveys to be of limited value, especially when an incumbent’s voting record is readily available.

OCT 18, 2010 11:21A.M. Associated Gun Clubs Of Baltimore 2010 Election Candidate Recommendations

Talk is cheap, votes are what count. The very last and least consideration is the candidate’s political party affiliation. Race, gender, creed and any personal connections or issues we may have with a candidate are never considerations. Difficult Decisions This election, we were faced with difficult choices in many of the Maryland General Assembly races. We ultimately recommended some of the candidates District 8, District 30 because they are incumbents with voting records. We were very impressed with the following challengers and we believe that they would serve equally well if elected: Associated Gun Clubs of Baltimore Maryland --(Ammoland.com)- This is when I remind you of the critical importance of your vote in the General Election. What you do or fail to do on election day will play a part in determining the political future of Maryland for at least the next 4 years.

• District 8 – Senate: Dee Hodges is a former member of Mt. Washington Rod & Gun Club who spent many sessions in Annapolis testifying in support of our 2nd Amendment Rights. As President and then Chairman of the Maryland Taxpayers Association, she has testified for passage of a Taxpayer Bill of Rights.

Please make a point of voting, urge your family members and friends to vote. Make copies of the candidate recommendations and distribute them. If you can, volunteer to be an election judge or work for your candidates at your voting precinct.

• District 8 – House: Norma Secoura returned a perfect candidate survey and has related experience which would benefit her as a Delegate. • District 30 – Senate: Ron Elfenbein combines strong support for the 2nd Amendment with the energy and enthusiasm to make good things happen for the citizens of Maryland.

Our Methodology When we make candidate recommendations, we are primarily concerned with the candidate’s position on 2nd Amendment issues. Unfortunately, the political landscape rarely presents us with clear cut decisions, especially when 2 or more candidates are equally qualified on 2nd Amendment criteria. We are then compelled to consider other factors as well.

• District 32 – House: Stephanie Hodges and David Starr, both presented solid pro-2nd Amendment candidate surveys and both are certainly worthy of serious consideration by gun owners in District 32. GENERAL ELECTION – CANDIDATE RECOMMENDATIONS

There is probably no such thing as the perfect candidate. We must do the best we can for our members with the candidates who are running for election. Not recommending the best available candidate just because he or she is not the perfect candidate does a disservice to our members.

The Candidate Recommendations are in Adobe “PDF” embedded below. Please click the link below to download and save the Candidate Recommendations “PDF” file. Forward the recommendation to your personal email list, club email list, friends, family members, etc..

In a race between equally pro 2nd Amendment non-incumbent candidates, in addition to the candidate’s responses to our survey, any personal knowledge we have of the candidate, information from our members who bring their personal knowledge to our attention, related

Remember to take the Candidate Recommendations with you when you vote!

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Associated Gun Clubs of Baltimore Candidate 2010 Election Recommendations

www.olddominionshows.com for all our show information. We hope to see you at one of our shows…

Best regards, John H. Josselyn Legislative Vice President Associated Gun Clubs of Baltimore, Inc.

• Oct. 29-30-31 Charleston, WV National Guard Armory • Nov. 6-7 Dale City, VA VFW Post 1503

About: Associated Gun Clubs of Baltimore, Inc. (AGC), located in Marriottsville, Maryland. The Associated Gun Clubs of Baltimore, Inc. was formed on July 1, 1944 when a number of World War II veterans in the Baltimore, Maryland area began looking for a place for recreational and competitive shooting. They organized with several other Baltimore area shooting clubs to form the “AGC” Visit: www.associatedgunclubs.org

• Nov. 12-13-14 Beckley, WV Raleigh Co. Civic Center (Coliseum) • Dec. 18-19 Dale City, VA VFW Post 1503 • Dec. 17-18-19 Charleston, WV National Guard Armory Terry MacFarlane Old Dominion Shows

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About: Old Dominion Shows specializes in organizing large Gun/ Antiques Shows in Virginia and West Virginia for the general public. We take it upon ourselves to make sure that the events are well advertised to the public through our website, flyers, email, direct mail, and various publications such as magazines, brochures, etc. Visit: www.olddominionshows.com

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Old Dominion Gun Shows Year End Schedule

Old Dominion Gun Shows Year End Schedule

OCT 18, 2010 09:16A.M.

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Mayors Against Illegal Guns Twists The Truth About Firearms Trace Data OCT 18, 2010 08:48A.M. Mayors Against Illegal Guns Twists The Truth About Firearms Trace Data

Woodlawn, Virginia --(Ammoland.com)- Another year is flying by. Autumn is here and winter is around the corner. As for us, our year is winding down too. We only have 5 gun shows left this year. If you have not had a chance to get to one this year listed below is the remaining dates. Next year shows are available too. You can visit our website:

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guns recovered in California. What’s more, that seven percent makes the Grand Canyon State the second highest source of recovered firearms for California! • The Commonwealth of Virginia, though it restricts law-abiding citizens to only one-gun-a-month, is considered to be a top source state by the MAIG — a seeming disconnect with the organization’s claim that tough gun laws limit trafficking. • In South Carolina, one-gun-a-month was repealed (allowing for more guns in the hands of law-abiding citizens) and, like the rest of the U.S., South Carolinians experienced a decrease in violent crime. For the purposes of the MAIG study, South Carolina, without one-gun-a-month, didn’t even crack the top 10 on the MAIG list of source states.

National Shooting Sports Foundation NEWTOWN, Conn --(Ammoland.com)- In a recent report by the Mayors Against Illegal Guns (MAIG) coalition, an anti-gun organization led by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, the group misuses firearms tracing data in order to push its own gun-control agenda.

The MAIG coalition criticizes the laws of the so-called “exporter” states. Yet, as gun ownership in the United States has soared, crime rates have plummeted in both the states MAIG likes and the states it dislikes. Mayor Bloomberg and his coalition fail to recognize that the laws of the states he criticizes are made by the democratically elected state legislators and represent what the citizens of those states want them to be (so long as they respect the Second Amendment).

Let’s set the record straight: The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) has repeatedly stated, “The appearance of [a licensed dealer] or a first unlicensed purchaser of record in association with a crime gun or in association with multiple crime guns in no way suggests that either the federal firearms licensed dealer (FFL) or the first purchaser has committed criminal acts. Rather, such information may provide a starting point for further and more detailed investigation.” (Crime Gun Trace Analysis Reports, ATF, 1998).

Though Mr. Bloomberg may wish he was the Mayor of America, he’s not. He’s just the mayor of the City of New York, and the Second Amendment applies in Manhattan as much as it does in Mississippi. About NSSF The National Shooting Sports Foundation is the trade association for the firearms industry. Its mission is to promote, protect and preserve hunting and the shooting sports. Formed in 1961, NSSF has a membership of more than 5,500 manufacturers, distributors, firearms retailers, shooting ranges, sportsmen’s organizations and publishers. For more information, log on to www.nssf.org.

According to ATF, the average time to recovery in the U.S. is more than 10 years. In other words, from the time a firearm is first purchased at retail (following a background check) to the time it is recovered by law enforcement, more than a decade has elapsed. If one were to isolate the top 10 source states, the time to recovery stays a similarly high 9.9 years. These numbers, state ATF, are not indicative of firearms trafficking. Furthermore, every state, every one, is its own top source state for recovered firearms.

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The MAIG report also alleges that states with strong regulations and oversight of firearm sales have less firearms trafficking than states that lack such measures.

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Though countless examples to refute this claim exist, let’s focus on three: California, Virginia and South Carolina. • The Golden State, with some of the strictest gun laws in the country, is the source state for 73 percent of its own recovered firearms. This means that nearly three-quarters of the firearms recovered in California were originally bought in the state. Neighboring Arizona, where the state legislature respects the Second Amendment and trusts its law-abiding citizens to exercise their right to keep and bear arms, has a paltry seven percent of the

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