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  1. Off Topic Lounge
    .....................................CHICAGO IL.................................. HOUSTON TX POPULATION.................. 2.7 million...................................... 2.15 million MEDIAN HH...
  2. Firearms in the News
    ATF reportedly used rogue tactics in a half-dozen cities | Fox News The ATF up to shenanigans again!
  3. Firearms in the News
    Turns out cities are safest places to live - I really do have to stop reading the Communist News Network. Still, about halfway down the article they talk about guns and murder rates. Interestingly, while it wasn't pro gun, it wasn't exactly anti-gun either. "But guns - whether used...
  4. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
    Gov Jan Brewer signs legislation to force cities to sell guns back to public that are purchased in gun buy back programs... Arizona law forces cities to resell guns from buy-back programs This is a good thing..
  5. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
    I've searched a little but haven't really found answers, we know the counties repeal letters are mainly symbolic, that the are to show solidarity. What I've always wondered is how do cities w/n a county have the power to enact their own set of rules. NYC is the obvious one, but even Rochester...
  6. Firearms in the News
    Get out there and show up!!!! Make them hear you!!!! Teams made up of members of the New York State Police and Division of Criminal Justice Services to visit communities across the state starting this week. The teams will be available to meet local law enforcement and answer questions from New...
  7. Off Topic Lounge
    I suspect it will. I live in the city of Syracuse, and am currently looking at moving into an apartment in one of the suburbs. The crime rate has been skyrocketing lately in my neighborhood, with two or three Syracuse University students getting mugged seemingly every weekend by city residents...
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    ...according to Forbes... Detroit Tops The 2012 List Of America's Most Dangerous Cities - Forbes Here's the blurb specifically mentioning Buffalo... 10. Buffalo - Daniel Fisher Full Disclosure - Forbes
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    Do you see things getting better in your corner of the world? The 11 Most Dangerous Cities Crime rates in the United States have dropped significantly in the last two decades and continue to be on a steady downward trajectory, according to FBI figures. In 1991, there were 758 violent...
  10. Introductions
    Howdy folks, Just popped in to say hello. I live in the southern tier just north of the PA border. As far as long guns go I have a Saiga in 7.62 and a Benelli shotgun. I have always used M16A-A2's and M4"s but now as a civilian I just couldnt bring myself to drop 1k on a decent AR. So I will...
  11. News Feeds
    Tennessee: Cities ban guns in local parks Local governments and advocates for firearms owners are gearing up for a summer face off over how far to take a new state law that lets people with carry permits bring handguns into parks.
  12. News Feeds
    Pennsylvania: Cities across state ignore preemption law The coalition's goal puts the municipalities at odds with the powerful National Rifle Association, which has followed through on its vow to sue Pennsylvania cities that approve what it called illegal gun laws...
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    NRA-ILA: NRA asks Supreme Court to overturn Chicago handgun ban, apply Constitution to states, cities NRA asks Supreme Court to overturn Chicago handgun ban, apply Constitution to states, cities The National Rifle Association is asking the Supreme Court to strike down strict gun control laws...
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    Nebraska: Cities getting in line with state gun law What state lawmakers have criticized as a patchwork of concealed carry gun laws in Nebraska is quickly morphing into blanket conformity with a state law passed three years ago.
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    Cities can`t ban guns from parks, Ohio Supreme Court rules Cities cannot ban firearms from their public parks, a deeply divided Ohio Supreme Court said in a ruling Thursday that could blow away gun ordinances around the state.
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