Michigan Gun News

Learn all about the political candidates and events that shape your life here in the great state of Michigan.

Gov. Rick Snyder Signs CPL Reform Legislation

Gov. Rick Snyder the Republican who received funding prior to his re-election from Anti-Gunner Michael Bloomberg has been no friend to gun legislation this year, until yesterday. Gov. Snyder yesterday finally approved a bill he has 2 times now vetoed. This approval came after yet another series of revisions. Senate Bills 34 & 35 which are now labeled Public Acts …

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Michigan Female CPL Licenses up 134%

The Detroit News ran the following article today on the increase of female gun owners. This is something we have covered in the past and is directly inline with the national changes as well as a major shift we started to see at Shot Show. 2014 and 2015 are the years of the female shooter with women becoming the fastest …

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Highland TWP Teen in Custody after School Shooting Threat.

HIGHLAND TOWNSHIP, MI — Oakland County sheriff’s deputies say a 14-year-old from Highland Township used KIK, a popular instant messaging cell phone application, to make threats against Milford High School. He said he was going to “shoot up” the high school “like Columbine, ” sheriff’s officials said in a statement. Oakland County investigators served a search warrant at the teen’s …

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Vetoed Michigan Gun Bills Rebooted, Pass First Hurdle

Legislation rejected by Gov. Rick Snyder (R) two weeks ago to do away with Michigan’s unique brand of county gun boards for concealed carry permits has new life and is moving forward– with some changes. The new measure, a two-bill package, does away with the gun boards by transferring most of their tasks to local county clerks and the state …

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Snyder Veto’s Concealed Carry Proposed Changes

As reported here by the Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/01/15/rick-snyder-veto_n_6479478.html?fb_action_ids=10102360177422545&fb_action_types=og.comments In what is a harsh turn against his Republican voter base but directly in line with what we have come to see in fair weather Pro-Gun Republicans. This comes as no surprise to many of us who have followed his rash of veto’s since his re-election. Unfortunately even with a republican controlled Congress …

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Ann Arbor Arms A3 First Impressions

Have you ever wondered what FAO Swartz looks like for the gun aficionado? Sure stores like Gander and Dick’s sell guns but let’s face it, the service and knowledge at places like that leave much to be desired. Not to mention the low to mid tier products don’t tickle the senses the way a rack full of Wilson Combat or …

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Legislation introduced to give Brass Roots gun rights plaque a home

A 400-pound monument made from scrapped ammunition casings, which traces its origins back to 1994, is a step closer to finding a permanent home on Michigan’s state Capitol grounds. The byproduct of a campaign rally by a candidate for the U.S. Senate nearly two decades ago, the monument was crafted from empty brass donated by thousands of gun owners. The …

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Detroit Bullet Works Ammo Luggage™

Most of us have an EDC that we carry with us. Others have a go bag or get home bag that is in our car or home that is fully packed with items that are needed in an emergency, and you likely would not be here if that did not include ammo. Ammunition in long-term storage with wide hot and …

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Michigan Senate Passes Citizen Initiative for Scientific Wildlife Conservation

Over 297,000 Michigan voter signed petition to base wildlife decisions on sound science. LANSING—Today the Michigan Senate passed the Scientific Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act, a citizen initiative brought to the Legislature by the signatures of almost 300,000 registered Michigan voters led by the Citizens for Professional Wildlife Management, a coalition of conservation, hunting, fishing and trapping organizations.   “This …

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Bad Choices Lead to Conviction in Detroit Porch Killing

AP Photo/Paul Sancya

We reported on the Renisha McBride slaying commonly referred to as the Detroit Porch Slaying a few months ago when the news hit the wire. On Thursday Theodore Wafer the homeowner who shot Renisha was found guilty of second-degree murder. He is now in custody and awaiting the final sentencing where he can server 25 to life. To some this …

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