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COMMENTARY – $138K a Year to Cower While Kids Get Shot

$138K a Year to Cower While Kids Get Shot Some apples in the barrel turn to rot even before they ripen The Broward County Sheriff’s Office deputy who was fired for “neglect of duty” after he cowered outside of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School while a mass killer shot 34 people is back on the...

Commentary: Obama’s Guns: The Fury Remains. But it’s Not Going Anywhere.

When guns cross borders from Georgia to New York that’s called trafficking. But from the U.S. to Mexico, that’s called free enterprise. For most politicians it’s easy to sound high and mighty after you’ve left office and are basically out of the complicit media’s range. But that hasn’t stopped some from scratching that unbearable post...

Commentary

As (Far) Right As Rain If the far left has anything at all to claim about gun rights advocates being far right, they’re as right as rain. Such constitutional groups as the shadowy-quasi military “militia” are no more nor no less than the strictest interpreters of the Second Amendment. The far left considers the 2A...

COMMENTARY – Staying Safe is the Key to Self-Protection

Understanding that your new gun-owning neighbor is probably not your enemy Chaos! This one word pretty well sums up what is going on in the world these days. It is difficult to predict precisely, but one thing is pretty certain. Citizens will come out of the pandemic with fewer freedoms than they had going into...

The SCOTUS Scuffle

When first it was announced that the New York State Rifle & Pistol Association were suing the Big Apple for its idiotic law against taking one’s legal gun beyond a home’s front doors for practice and training at a local gun range, the country’s premier gun control groups replied with an insincere “Good luck with...

Ammunition Background Check Law Tossed

California’s  Sleight of Hand Legal Methods is Keeping Its Courts at Bay Is the Second Amendment now just a ‘loophole’ that needs to be closed? A taste of freedom reigned for one day in California on April 24 this year. Just a taste. Amid all of the unconstitutional stay-at-home orders, forced business closures, and personal...

Commentary: The Scourge of American Samoa Comes Home to Roost

Here’s proof that even billionaires can’t buy gun control either Following the Parkland, Florida school shooting in February of 2018 some surviving students banded together in a March For Our Lives.  Prompted by two things, Michael Bloomberg’s money funneled through the financial arteries of his Moms Demand Action anti-gun group and his own attempt at...

Guns and Statistics

If the person standing next to you without a face mask sneezes, you’re probably the target Has there been a time when the same set of numbers was watched so closely by virtually all of America as we are experiencing right now? We are getting daily—sometimes hourly—updates on the number of confirmed coronavirus virus cases...

Gun Sales to First Time Gun Owners “Overwhelming”

“Take that!” Gun grabbers. Finally.  After years of hearing from the gun control  groups that “87%” of Americans are in full “overwhelming” support of more gun background checks, limited capacity magazines, banning ‘weapons of war’ and other such nonsense, their shoe is now on my foot and it’s I who’s doing the kicking. What just...

Gun Ownership Goes Viral

Confronting reality is the benefit of our mortality Things like pandemics bring out the best and the worst in folks. There is nothing new there. But there is a new phenomenon in Gundom that could change the course of freedom, a game changer for Gundom and all patriots within Gundom. It is a kind of...

So Goes the Gun Nation

At what first appeared to be a brief peak at political anarchy has sailed into the wind of misdirection. States that just days ago were ready to follow California’s lead to, first, declare gun shops nonessential and, second, to institute forced closure by law enforcement, has wisely settled into the comfort zone of “whew!” Yes,...

Why We Exist

Last week a gun-owning relative emailed us to complain about being unable to buy a Sig 226 at a local gun store in Palm Springs, California. About the same time, GunProPlus reader Steve Hornady (yes, that Hornady), also emailed us to express his great displeasure about our top story that day on the forced closure...

When Toilet Paper Returns, it’s All Bottoms Up

Worried about the coronavirus? Of course you are. Concerned about defending your bug-out stash from zombie neighbors? That, too. When will this stinking pandemic be over? Answer: when the toilet paper shelves at your favorite store are fully restocked and selling at its usual only-in-need pace. Unless you’re banned from going outside for a brisk...

Commentary

Singling Out Gun Stores is not the Solution to America’s Political Virus Just hearing someone say ‘we’re all in this together’ isn’t enough Defenders of California’s latest folly at gun control are targeting gun retailers by forcing them to close their doors amid the onrush of some of its citizens’ efforts to buy self-protection in...

No Sell or No Sale?

The urge to take advantage of a good thing might only shoot blanks, after all What might seem like a bogus effort to achieve some cheap widespread national publicity could do a disservice to other firearms retailers. Elsewhere on these pages is a story of a Las Vegas gun store that claims to have sold...

Commentary

Counting the Ticks on the Anti-gun Clock Suddenly, ‘Please don’t sneeze on me” has real meaning In what must seem terribly disheartening to America’s gun controllers, the only half-way convinced part of the country’s population that have been victimized by the eighty-seven percenters (“87% of Americans want more gun restrictions”) have been flocking to the...

The Latest End Times

The only thing you can’t buy at Walmart is a virus. It’s free. It seems a little bit like a bad movie, but here we are once again at the End of the World as We Know It. Unlike previous doomsdays, the Wuhan Flu pandemic is at least a legitimate crisis, though it will take...

God and guns: Blurring kingdoms in the firearms debate

An October breeze surrounded the crowd of tourists around Virginia Beach’s Dairy Queen. Suddenly a loud pop rang out, narrowing the unconcerned eyes. The bang eerily resembled a gunshot. Youths, employing a time-honored prank, filled a paper bag with air, then popped it. Though the source was harmless, the reverberation complicates efforts at defending the...

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