Have you seen this violent left wing insurrectionist? . . . Police hunt for gun theft suspect with manifesto for Trump – “The hunt continues Monday for a man suspected of stealing firearms from a Wisconsin gun store who sent an anti-government manifesto to President Donald Trump and has threatened to carry out an unspecified attack, sheriff’s officials said. Joseph Jakubowski, 32, has been missing since Tuesday, when authorities believe he stole a large quantity of handguns and rifles from the store in Janesville, 70 miles (110 kilometers) southwest of Milwaukee. He also acquired a bulletproof vest and helmet, and a burned vehicle registered to him was found nearby.”
Gun control in a purple state . . . Post-2007 gun ownership rules changes jammed up – “In the past decade (since the Virginia Tech massacre) Virginia has seen the repeal of a 20-year-old state law that kept (Seung-Hui) Cho from purchasing multiple guns at one time and the addition of some new background check measures. Now, with a Republican-controlled General Assembly and a Democrat, Terry McAuliffe, in the governor’s mansion, few, if any, gun measures have survived. Virginia is at a stalemate when it comes to gun laws, said Tech shooting survivor Colin Goddard.” How effective was that dearly departed law in stopping Cho from murdering 32 and wounding 17 more?
The perils of Israeli carry . . . This Man Carried With An Empty Chamber, And It Cost Him His Life And His Son’s Life – “In an armed robbery that took place in Bakersfield, California, the store owner and his son quickly found themselves up against a few armed robbers. The store owner had some things that he did correctly, such as being armed, but his biggest –and deadliest– mistake was not keeping a round in the chamber.”
This might not do much for maneuverability . . . This Device Could Soon Be “3rd Arm” For US Army Soldiers – “The U.S. Army is testing a device that would lessen the physical burden placed on soldiers on the battlefield. Many of the weapons used by the military are heavy, and the weight of new weapons is expected to increase. A mechanical third arm is being tested as a method for managing the load and freeing their hands for other tasks.”
Jesse James Takes Aim at the Luxury Gun Market – “Former ‘Monster Garage’ star Jesse James is taking his talent for building customized motorcycles to crafting specialized firearms. In an interview with FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo, the creator of Jesse James Firearms Unlimited Opens a New Window said all it took for him to start the artisan firearm company was a simple move from California to the state of Texas. ‘I don’t like being so repetitive so I moved to Texas and just kind of the fire(arm) industry found me and it’s like oh my God, this is what I am supposed to be doing,’ he said.” And all it took was getting the hell out of California.
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Maybe this one will do some actual jail time (assuming they catch him) . . . Judge shot to death in Chicago, manhunt on for suspect – “Chicago police are searching for a gunman who they say shot and killed a Cook County, Illinois, criminal court judge this morning outside his home on the city’s South Side. First Deputy Superintendent of Police Kevin Navarro this morning called Judge Raymond Myles’ death ‘another senseless act of violence.’ Chief of Detectives Melissa Staples said the shooting happened shortly before 5 a.m. A woman, described by Staples as a ‘close associate’ of Myles’, walked out of his home, exchanged words with the gunman, was shot once and suffered a non-life-threatening injury, Staples said.”
Boy, 14, tried to buy sub-machine gun on the dark web, court hears – “A 14-year-old boy has appeared in court in Northern Ireland accused of trying to buy a sub-machine gun and 100 rounds of ammunition from the dark web. The boy appeared in Ballymena Magistrates’ Court in County Antrim. He is charged with attempting to possess a firearm and ammunition with intent to endanger life. A police officer told the court that she believed the boy’s intention was to intimidate another person using the weapon.”