Tag Archives: Firearms

NH State Rep David Welch (R-Kington) – about as good as Florida Broward Deputy Scot Peterson

Rep. David Welch, R-Kingston, pointed out that the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee he chairs voted 15-5 against the bill.   “If there is an active shooter incident on a college campus with thousands of students, and 100 of them … Continue reading

Posted in GraniteGrok, New Hampshire News, Second Amendment | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Every school shooter you’ve heard of came out of public schools

While the professional left and their collectivist herd bleat and low about the government watchdogs that failed again having more power to watch over this or that, the political Right is having an increasingly constructive discussion about how we got here from … Continue reading

Posted in Crime, Culture, GraniteGrok, Progressives | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Clean that Cannon, Claudette

I mentioned in the last piece the jeweler whose daily carry pistol was so dirty it wouldn’t fire. So, let’s talk about cleaning. (Nooooooo!) A firearm is a tool, a relatively simple machine, that should be maintained so as not … Continue reading

Posted in New Hampshire News | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Cleaning up Firearms Language in State Statute

Susan Olsen joins me to discuss the introduction of SB500, Senator Kevin Avard’s Bill to clean up firearms terminology in State Statute. We talk about the proposed changes, testimony, support and opposition to the legislation. | Listen at GraniteGrok.com

Posted in GraniteGrok, GrokTalk!, Second Amendment | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Two Restrictive Firearms Bills (HB 1566, HB 1406) 2018

HB 1566, introduced by Rep. Delmar Burridge (D-Cheshire 16) would ban the carrying of firearms in many areas of the state. HB 1566 is a frontal assault on your right to bear arms. Rep. Timothy Horrigan (D-Strafford 6) has introduced HB … Continue reading

Posted in CNHT, Legislation, Second Amendment | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

Dover Man Sentenced to Two Years on Federal Firearms Charge

CONCORD, N.H. – Acting United States Attorney John J. Farley announced that Isaiah Johnson, 37, of Dover, New Hampshire, was sentenced to two years in federal prison for being a previously convicted felon in possession of ammunition. According to court documents … Continue reading

Posted in Crime | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

New Hampshire man arrested for allegedly flashing handgun during road rage incident

LEXINGTON – A New Hampshire man was arrested Thursday afternoon after he allegedly flashed a handgun at another driver during a road rage incident. The Massachusetts State Police said Matthew McKinney, 26, of Alexandria, New Hampshire was stopped and arrested as he tried … Continue reading

Posted in Around New England | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

NH Resident banned from owning firearms pleads guilty to gun charges

Acting United States Attorney John J. Farley announced Monday that New Hampshire resident Jody Swett pleaded guilty to possessing multiple firearms and ammunition, violating a judge’s orders. According to court documents, Swett pleaded guilty to domestic violence charges back in … Continue reading

Posted in Crime | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

Hollis Man Arrested On Gun Charge In Merrimack

MERRIMACK, NH — A local man was arrested earlier this month for allegedly providing false information during the process of attempting to purchase a firearm, according to police. Angel Alamo, 27, of West Hollis Street in Hollis, was arrested on … Continue reading

Posted in Crime | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Man sentenced for illegal attempt to buy guns in NH town

CONCORD — A Massachusetts man was sentenced to serve 60 months in federal prison for an illegal effort to purchase two firearms. According to court documents, Michael Younge, 27, formerly of Framingham and Boston, Massachusetts, and three friends, Rafael Soriano, … Continue reading

Posted in Crime | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment