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THE NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION WILL UNVEIL A NEW CONCEALED-CARRY TRAINING PROGRAM ALONG WITH A NEW CONCEALED-CARRY INSURANCE PLAN DURING THE GROUP'S ANNUAL MEETING THIS WEEK. THE NEW PROGRAMS, COLLECTIVELY CALLED NRA CARRY GUARD, WILL FEATURE ADVANCED TRAINING AIMED AT THE MORE THAN 14 MILLION AMERICANS WHO ARE LEGALLY PERMITTED TO CARRY CONCEALED FIREARMS ACROSS THE COUNTRY.TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS DRONESHIELD HAS JUST SOLD ITS PROTOTYPE DRONEGUN TO A G7 COUNTRY’S MILITARY FORCE TO BE USED IN THE MIDDLE EAST. DRONESHIELD’S RADAR- JAMMING GUN FORCES DRONES TO EITHER IMMEDIATELY LAND OR RETURN TO THE DRONE OPERATOR, MEANING IT CAN DEFEND PEOPLE AND INFRASTRUCTURE ASSETS FROM DRONES.A NEW BILL IS ABOUT TO BE SIGNED IN WASHINGTON STATE THAT WOULD REQUIRE GUN DEALERS TO ALERT WASHINGTON STATE PATROL ANY TIME A PERSON DOES NOT PASS A BACKGROUND CHECK DURING A GUN SALE. THE NEW BILL ADDS AN ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK STEP FOR GUN DEALERSTHE NATIONAL SHOOTING SPORTS FOUNDATION AND THE F.A.I.R TRADE GROUP WILL FOCUS ON NUMEROUS CHANGES GOING ON IN SEVERAL U.S. AGENCIES AFFECTING THE BUSINESS OF IMPORTING AND EXPORTING FIREARMS DURING THE 16TH ANNUAL FIREARMS IMPORT/EXPORT CONFERENCE BEING HELD IN WASHINGTON, D.C., AUG. 3-4 WITH OPTIONAL ADD-ON SESSIONS ON AUG. 2.THE USCCA HAS BEEN DISINVITED TO NRA ANNUAL MEETING BEING HELD LATE THIS WEEK IN ATLANTA.  IN A PRESS RELEASE, THE USCCA SUGGESTED THAT THE NOTICE THEY RECEIVED FROM THE NRA MIGHT HAVE BEEN A “STRATEGIC BUSINESS MANEUVER” BECAUSE THE NRA RECOGNIZES THE USCCA AS A FRONTRUNNER IN CONCEALED CARRY RELATED MATTERS.

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The Concrete Bungle: Smile, You’re About To Get Shot

Monday, April 24, 2017 — Wherever ‘up to here’ is, gun dealers have had it. The rash of gun store break-ins, the ‘Smash and Grab’ that media loves to headline, has only encouraged more criminals to join the entourage that have found some success using 4×4 pickups to yank steel barred doors off gun store entrances or simply just plow through the glass like a bull in a gun shop….

Squealing Rabbits, Decoy Dogs = Life As A Coyote Hunter

Weekend, April 22-23, 2017 — In most places of the states united there’s no season limitations on hunting coyotes. Most states don’t consider them in the same breath as game animals. While there are exceptions to every rule, a few states require a hunting license. Most states don’t even declare a limit on how many coyotes you can kill. The eastern states are coyote poor, western states are coyote overpopulated. Coyotes,…

The Anthology of Self-Protection Ignores Two of Its Most Important Components

Friday, April 21, 2017 — For the past several days these pages have been filled with a compendium of stories with the same running theme: Self-Protection. It is testament to the conditions of our day that ballooning crime and terrorism have instilled in the American population a sense of fear. ‘Fear,” to hear the gun control activates tell it, is nothing more than the quest for profits for gun makers….

The Cruel Fallacy of Constitutional Carry

Thursday, April 20, 2017 — It’s as if, suddenly, dreams were dashed. Out of the box of its own infancy, being able to pack heat without the requirement of a permit had everybody rejoicing. Well, not everybody, but most everybody. Manna from heaven, as one inspired gun owner put it. And to top it all off, a pro-gun congressional majority was actually considering a bill that would make Georgia’s “Guns Everywhere”…

Another Shot at the ATF’s F&F Embarrassment

Wednesday, April 19, 2017 — It’s as if they didn’t care, Trump’s trumpers, still circling the wagons as another opportunity goes by to hold accountable those in governmental high places to take on yet another round in the fight over Fast and Furious. Maybe it’s because the President’s dance card is still in the process of being filled. A man with little to no experience in the building blocks of…

Gun Owners Catch A TV Break In Their Kind Of Town

Tuesday, April 18, 2017 — It’s not often that gun owners are portrayed as the good guys with the guns. Unless, that is, it’s a cop show, a patriotic military action flick, or maybe an old western oater. But last night’s episode of Chicago Justice, part of the city’s video franchise of Chicago Fire, Chicago PD, and Chicago Med, takes a turn for the better. Far too unfortunately, the Windy City’s…

The Anniversary Waltz

Monday, April 17, 2017 — Have you ever asked yourself, “Why do we keep ‘celebrating’ criminal violence years after somebody gets shot?”  A good question when one stops to think about it. The answer, however, may not strike perceptive gun owners by surprise. The anniversary ‘celebration’ isn’t something to consecrate. It’s another opportunity to idolize gun control and remind the apathetic minions that guns are at the root of all evil….

Doin’ the Turkey Trot

Weekend, April 15-16, 2017 — If you’ve never heard of the Turkey Trot, you’re forgiven, and probably not old enough to have ever seen it. So take a look here . Now that we’ve brought you forward into present day TV, you have something for which to look the next time you’re all garbbled up – or gobbled up, if you prefer – trying to look like…

The Obama/Holder Collusion on Fast & Furious

Friday, April 14, 2017 — Nothing angers patriotic Americans as much as being lied to by those who are elected to lead us. Yet, Barack Obama and Eric Holder have been under suspicion by Republican members of Congress and gun owners for the failed 2009 gun sting operation called Fast & Furious ever since.  Both men hoped the bungled ATF effort to track guns from southwestern states gun dealers to Mexican…

If You Can’t Baffle Them With Brilliance, Confuse Them With Bullshit

Thursday, April 13, 2017 — Same old song and dance. Liberal legislators are expert at tying things up in knots. And nowhere else in the 50 states are liberals more knotty than in Illinois where they work hard finding new ways to make the business of selling guns an act of endorsing murder.  Even crazy California hasn’t yet lowered itself to the level of the barnyard.  Close, but no cigar. Engaging…

Garland’s Guns. What You Didn’t Know.

Wednesday, April 12, 2017 — There was obviously not much known about DC Court of Appeals Chief Judge Merrick Garland when President Obama nominated him to the Supreme Court in mid-March 2016 just a month after the revered Justice Antonin Scalia died. At the time, both the Democrat and Republican parties were streaking towards the November national elections, and Republican Minority Leader Mitch McConnell determined to follow Democratic Majority Leader…

Getting Legal, One Shot, and School Cops Converge in 24-Hours America

Tuesday, April 11, 2017 —  It’s getting more difficult every day to follow the rules. Or not. Yesterday’s murder-suicide in San Bernardino brought calls for more gun control in California. And worse, from a SBPD cop who should know better. It wasn’t until the last paragraph of the story that the solution to school shootings was even mentioned: “California should divert bullet train funds to anti-terrorism programs. The time may…

Bloomberg To Spend $25 Million. Will NRA Reciprocate?

Monday, April 10, 2017 — Fear is back. Once a dependable source of income for gun makers, fear of being left unprotected from criminals and terrorists helped sell guns. Lots of guns. But President Trump’s election has given hope of better sales days ahead a bit of a jolt. Gun and ammo sales, especially for the AR/AK rifle genre, has tapered off. Expect to see more start-ups in that group leave the building…

Creating a Legacy: Family, Kids, Dogs and Ducks

Weekend, April 8-9, 2017 — Waterfowl hunting seasons are months away but, for dedicated duck and goose hunters, it’s an everyday experience, one that often involves the whole family including the kids, the dogs and the ducks. At winter’s thankful close comes the first indicators of spring. At our house there’s more than a generation of Canada geese that have used a pond and nearby puddles on this place…

If You’ve Been Waiting For the Gun Revolution, You May Have Missed The Bus

Friday, April 07, 2017 — Lacking another war, the business of guns has settled into a period of rest and firearms tranquility. Looking back, guns were primarily for hunting in the post-war era following  Dubya, Dubya Two, and returning vets had all learned whatever they needed to remove those memories of international combat so they took up hunting mostly for deer with considerable enthusiasm that lasted beyond East Asia…

Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, But No Money To Protect Students

Thursday, April 06, 2017 — The debate about guns on college campuses has room to grow and, as more states acknowledge the necessity and legislatures are passing bills that allow guns on college grounds in one form or another, most states continue to ignore the most vulnerable targets; K-12 schools. There are many reasons legislatures and school boards turn a blind eye towards protection for young students but budgets shouldn’t be…

Clinging To Our Guns and Religion

Wednesday, April 05, 2017 — Words will sometimes come back to haunt us. In the run-up to Barack Obama’s first term as President he famously spoke of people in small-town America as clinging “to guns and religion” when economic conditions were in the dumper and with “antipathy toward people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.” Welcome to Donald Trump’s world,…

The Truth Of The Presidents’ Guns

Tuesday, April 4, 2017 — Were it not for President James Madison, we would still be shooting muskets. If not for President Donald Trump, the future of guns might be history. Those two presidents of the past and of the present lay open two facets of freedom that provide rights for everything and everyone else  Historically, Madison’s muskets became repeaters. The guns of the future belong to Trump. There is a…

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BREAKING :
THE NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION WILL UNVEIL A NEW CONCEALED-CARRY TRAINING PROGRAM ALONG WITH A NEW CONCEALED-CARRY INSURANCE PLAN DURING THE GROUP'S ANNUAL MEETING THIS WEEK. THE NEW PROGRAMS, COLLECTIVELY CALLED NRA CARRY GUARD, WILL FEATURE ADVANCED TRAINING AIMED AT THE MORE THAN 14 MILLION AMERICANS WHO ARE LEGALLY PERMITTED TO CARRY CONCEALED FIREARMS ACROSS THE COUNTRY.TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS DRONESHIELD HAS JUST SOLD ITS PROTOTYPE DRONEGUN TO A G7 COUNTRY’S MILITARY FORCE TO BE USED IN THE MIDDLE EAST. DRONESHIELD’S RADAR- JAMMING GUN FORCES DRONES TO EITHER IMMEDIATELY LAND OR RETURN TO THE DRONE OPERATOR, MEANING IT CAN DEFEND PEOPLE AND INFRASTRUCTURE ASSETS FROM DRONES.A NEW BILL IS ABOUT TO BE SIGNED IN WASHINGTON STATE THAT WOULD REQUIRE GUN DEALERS TO ALERT WASHINGTON STATE PATROL ANY TIME A PERSON DOES NOT PASS A BACKGROUND CHECK DURING A GUN SALE. THE NEW BILL ADDS AN ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK STEP FOR GUN DEALERSTHE NATIONAL SHOOTING SPORTS FOUNDATION AND THE F.A.I.R TRADE GROUP WILL FOCUS ON NUMEROUS CHANGES GOING ON IN SEVERAL U.S. AGENCIES AFFECTING THE BUSINESS OF IMPORTING AND EXPORTING FIREARMS DURING THE 16TH ANNUAL FIREARMS IMPORT/EXPORT CONFERENCE BEING HELD IN WASHINGTON, D.C., AUG. 3-4 WITH OPTIONAL ADD-ON SESSIONS ON AUG. 2.THE USCCA HAS BEEN DISINVITED TO NRA ANNUAL MEETING BEING HELD LATE THIS WEEK IN ATLANTA.  IN A PRESS RELEASE, THE USCCA SUGGESTED THAT THE NOTICE THEY RECEIVED FROM THE NRA MIGHT HAVE BEEN A “STRATEGIC BUSINESS MANEUVER” BECAUSE THE NRA RECOGNIZES THE USCCA AS A FRONTRUNNER IN CONCEALED CARRY RELATED MATTERS.