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  • LOS ANGELES, June 29, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) today announced the arrest of seven defendants for various firearms and narcotics violations as the result of "Operation Woodchuck," an undercover operation that targeted firearm traffickers in the San Fernando Valley. An additional three suspects were arrested during today's takedown unrelated to this investigation. Operation Woodchuck was a year-long ATF investigation conducted in partnership with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Office of Correctional Safety-Special Service Unit (CDCR-SSU), and the Los Angeles Police Department. With information provided by CDCR-SSU, an ATF undercover agent was able to infiltrate a group of criminals who were...

  • Silencers are one of the fastest-growing segments of the firearms market, and silencer registrations in Ohio skyrocketed last year, according to federal data and industry experts. Ohio saw the second largest increase in suppressor registrations in the nation, and experts said interest in the devices could blossom if state lawmakers decide to allow registered owners to use them for hunting.

  • Waukesha - Nobody knows for certain what, if anything, felon David J. Emiley intended to do with the assault rifle hidden in a heating vent in his apartment, the pistol-grip shotgun stored in a secret compartment in a dresser drawer or the handgun and bullet- filled magazine inside a hollowed-out book. But Waukesha County Circuit Judge Ralph Ramirez said Friday that he doubted Emiley, 29, of Waukesha had the weapons for hunting.

  • COLUMBUS -- Hunters would be allowed to use silencers on their firearms when stalking deer, wild turkey and other game, under legislation being considered in the Ohio House. Backers say HB 234 would help prevent hearing loss and ease worries about gunfire during early morning and late evening hours.

  • What impressed me by the shows in Florida was how many weapons there were that had lots of street utility and street cred," says Garen Wintemute, who studies gun shows as an emergency medicine professor at the University of California Davis Medical Center and directs its violence prevention research program. A collector himself before opening his Pompano Beach business eight years ago, Servideo has a Class Ill federal dealer's license, allowing him to trade in machine guns, silencers, grenade launchers, destructive devices and other, as his website says, "investment grade firearms." Florida's Gun Restrictions * Buyers must be 18 to purchase a long-barreled firearm and 21 to purchase a handgun. * The waiting period - which doesn't apply to concealed weapons permit carriers - is three ...

  • There is a tremendous amount of inaccurate and inflammatory rhetoric about what we, as a civilized society, might or should do about the tragic shootings in Arizona regarding firearm possession and use laws. As a life member of the National Rifle Association, a former federal firearms license holder, and with a current concealed weapons permit, I am compelled to propose the following: add "clips of over 10 rounds" to the 1938 federal gun law's list of "registration required" firearms. The list includes sawed-off shotguns, machine guns, silencers, etc.

  • ...(d) Firearms silencers and suppressors, including flash suppressors. (e) ...

  • UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. -- MTV is tryng to help T.I. spend as little time in prison as possible. The rapper, whose real name is Clifford Harris, was arrested in October 2007 on his way to perform at the BET Hip Hop Awards in Atlanta. Eventually, he pleaded guilty to federal weapons charges -- possession of unregistered machine guns and silencers and possession of firearms by a convicted felon.

  • ... at sentencing, the judge found that the firearms included machineguns and imposed the mandatory ... machine guns (many equipped with silencers) and handgrenades that the defendants actually or ...

  • WASHINGTON, April 19 /U.S. Newswire/ -- Richard A. Medve, a retired U.S. Postal Inspector, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge James A. Moody at the federal court in Little Rock, Ark., to a one-count information charging him with possession of an unregistered firearm, Assistant Attorney General Alice S. Fisher announced today. Medve, 52, of Austin, Ark., had been a federally licensed firearms dealer since the 1980s. He came under investigation by agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) during an undercover operation. ATF agents then executed a search warrant at his home and found numerous unregistered firearms, including several silencers.

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