Michigan Gun News

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

Oakland County Sheriff’s Office Notice

The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office has issued the following notice in advance of deer hunting season in Michigan, which opens to firearms hunters on Nov. 15. To find a date for a Hunter Safety course through Oakland County, check its website here. With deer hunting season rapidly approaching, many sportsmen and women will take advantage of the opportunity to share time with their …

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Michigan Patriots Defend Government Over-reach

One of the best parts of doing this job is getting to know people. I am lucky enough to interact with manufacturers as well as end users on a daily basis. One such interaction was getting to meet the Chrzanowski family. These are hard working salt of the earth people who have created a successful business here in Michigan, they …

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Washtenaw County Board Wastes Money and Time on Useless Pandering

Washtenaw County board met the other night and discussed stand your ground legislation until early in the morning. They 5-4 on a resolution to urge State Legislature to repeal the stand your ground law. Outcome: The resolution passed on a 5-4 vote. The five commissioners who voted in favor of the resolution were Felicia Brabec (D-District 4), Ronnie Peterson (D-District …

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Brandishing Clarification Bills in Review at State Legislature

Who would have thought that a Democrat would actually be supporting the right for open carry in the state of Michigan. We salute you Representative Brandon Dillon of Grand Rapids for your efforts to clarify the term brandishing as used in our current laws.   The bill HB 5092 that is under review now in the house is designed to specifically …

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Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners to Consider Anti-Self-Defense Ordinance

They are at it again!!!!!   The c CO. board of commissioners would like for all of us to be legally defenseless to protect ourselves and our families! please share this and make your voice heard! And remember come election time to support campaigns and candidates who support our bill of rights and liberty! Michigan: Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners …

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Elderly Man Shoots at Attempted Dog Nappers in West Detroit

Click on Detroit has just published another case of local people standing up for their rights and property.   Full article here.    An elderly man sitting on his porch was approached by 3 unknown men who were interested in his dog. These 3 men later came back with firearms to this elderly mans home on Cascade Street near Joy …

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Warren Homeowner Defends Home and Life

On Tuesday 9/17 in the early afternoon a Warren homeowners life was drastically changed. An armed assailant entered his home under the guise of buying jewelry from the homeowners brother that was as not currently at home. Once inside the building the assailant produced a gun and attempted to rob the homeowner.   The 68 year old man living on …

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UofM Student Threatened with Gun by Mugger

Click on Detroit is reporting that on Aug 30th a student on campus was threatened and assaulted during an attempted robbery.   The attempted mugger who is described as: black male, mid-20s, about 6 feet tall with a slim build. Police said he was wearing a gray, long-sleeved baggy jacket, dark-colored cargo-style pants, and a gray beanie cap.   Police …

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Kettering University Students Want Ability to Carry on Campus

According to a recent article on the Flint Journal a newly formed school club is looking to empower students with the right to carry firearms. (See the article here)   Michigan law prohibits the carrying of guns in both dorm rooms or classrooms under a law that many would like to see changed. Kettering University in Flint Michigan however has …

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