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Guns and Gunslingers: Women Should Own and Study Up On Firearms [OPINION]

It's pretty hard to walk through the Old Frontier Town at Cheyenne Frontier Days and not notice a man in period attire--complete with gun, wool vest, and square cowboy mustache. The man living the early 21st century was Doug Gumm, gunslinger extraordinare and all-around firearm enthusiast.

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All The Time Is A Good Time To Think About Gun Safety

When handling a firearm, always assume that it is loaded and keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction. When you're not using a firearm, it is a good idea to unload them, should someone else grab a hold of it and inadvertently squeeze the trigger.

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Cowboy State Firearms Show – May 31

Featuring the region's top weapons manufacturers, gear and equipment retailers, sellers, firearms experts and more, the Cowboy State Firearms Show is the one firearms event every enthusiast MUST attend.

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What Would You Spend $1,000 On In Cheyenne?

We're running a Win Cash contest right now, where some lucky folks could win either $1,000 or $10,000! So it has me thinkin'.... what I would do with that kinda cash.

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Wyoming House Panel Endorses Guns in Schools Bill

The House Education Committee has endorsed a bill that would allow K-12 staff to have guns at school.

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Wyoming School Safety Proposals Get Mixed Support

On Thursday, the House of Representatives declined to introduce a bill that helps rural school districts hire police officers who would be posted in schools.

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Julian Finney, Getty Images
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Cheyenne Police: Keep Your Guns Locked Up

Officer Dan Long says keeping firearms under lock and key is even more important in homes with children, due to the dangers posed by kids handling guns without adult supervision.

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Izak Hatton in Circuit Court (Trevor T. Trujillo, Townsquare Media)
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Casper Man Faces 3 Counts of Armed Burglary

An 18-year-old Casper man faces several charges, including armed burglary, stemming from auto thefts reported last summer.

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No Charges For Riverton Teen Found With Guns On College Campus

A former Central Wyoming College student will not be facing charges, after police say they found a cache of weapons in the student's vehicle.

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Colorado Police Respond to School Shooting

State division of emergency management spokeswoman Micki Trost says police are responding to a report of a shooting at a high school in suburban Denver.

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