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Short-Barreled Shotguns To Be Legal In Indiana in 12 Days

short-barreled shotguns

In just 12 short days Indiana residents will be able to legally own manufactured short-barreled shotguns, also known as sawed-off shotguns. The Evansville Courier & Press reports that starting July 1, 2015 it will be legal to manufacture, sell, or ...

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10% Of Americans Have Anger Issues And Access To Guns

anger issues

According to a new study published yesterday in the journal Behavioral Sciences and the Law, one in every 10 American citizens has anger issues and access to a firearm.   Additionally, 1.5 percent of these people carry their weapons outside of ...

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US Teens Have Same Firearm Access Regardless Of Mental Illness

US teens

According to a new study on the Scientific American website US teens with mental illness have “easy access” to firearms. Researchers from the University of Washington School of Medicine’s Harborview Medical Center in Seattle discovered that 41 percent of teens ...

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2 endangered whooping cranes shot in Louisiana

endangerd whooping cranes

2 endangered whooping cranes shot in Louisiana Two endangered whooping cranes were shot with birdshot by an unknown assailant in southwest Louisiana Thursday.  They were discovered Friday near Roanoke in Jefferson Davis Parish.  Reportedly the cranes were “building practice nests” ...

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Is Bigfoot real? If so he’s dead now

is bigfoot real

Is Bigfoot real? Is Bigfoot real?  If so he’s dead now.  According to KSAT, a TV station in Texas, Rick Dyer, a hunter in Texas, released photos of a Bigfoot-like creature he shot and killed.  The photographs show some type ...

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MoveOn disses GOP with Queen music

MoveOn disses GOP with Queen music video

MoveOn disses GOP with Queen music The MoveOn.Org. Political Action organization recently sent out a brief e-mail message along with a special music video which their spokesman former secretary of labor and professor at the University of California, Berkeley. Robert ...

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