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Gun Policy News, 21 August 2004

États-Unis

21 August 2004

Knight Ridder / Tribune (USA)

FORT MADISON, Iowa — As John Kerry worked the rope line by a riverside war memorial in this small Mississippi River town, men and women thrust copies of the same 8x10 glossy into his hands. Dutifully, he scrawled his name with a Sharpie pen. Once, twice, three times. They kept coming. The photo wasn't the usual politician's pose. Taken last October at an Iowa farm, it showed Kerry in full hunting regalia with a 12-gauge shotgun in his hands. Among those clutching... (GunPolicy.org)

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Canada

21 August 2004

Toronto Star (Ontario)

OTTAWA — A stream of reviews and government-ordered changes has delayed the final redesign of the federal gun registry. Chief Firearms Commissioner Bill Baker acknowledged in an interview that a 15-year contract to redesign and replace the old Canadian Firearms Registration computer system still has not delivered a new system, two years after it was awarded. "That's a contract under development. That's not in place yet. We're still operating on the existing Canadian... (GunPolicy.org)

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Canada

21 August 2004

Toronto Star (Ontario)

OTTAWA — Ed Hudson, a 59-year-old veterinarian and gun enthusiast, can't get himself prosecuted for being an unlicensed owner of 50 unregistered guns, no matter what he does. He has been arrested three times and had two shotguns seized after pulling stunts where he practically begged the police to charge him under the Firearms Act. But the charges that were laid — having a weapon in a public place or obstructing a police officer (under the Criminal Code, not the... (GunPolicy.org)

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États-Unis

21 August 2004

Los Angeles Times

COSTA MESA, California — A local company will start manufacturing guns again under a different name. Paul Jimenez, a former employee of Bryco Arms, which declared bankruptcy last year, has registered the business under his own name after successfully buying the company at a court-held auction in Florida last week. Jimenez registered the Costa Mesa business as Jimenez Arms on July 29, according to the city's Business Licensing department. The plant, located on... (GunPolicy.org)

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