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NOW, MORE THAN EVER, THERE COULDN'T BE A MORE APPROPRIATE TIME FOR A PRO-SECOND AMENDMENT DEMONSTRATION TO OCCUR AT PENNSYLVANIA’S EASTON AREA HIGH SCHOOL. OVER THE PAST FEW MONTHS, THE LEFT HAS MADE A SWIFT ATTEMPT TO TAKE AWAY SECOND AMENDMENT RIGHTS: "WE DON'T WANNA TAKE YOUR SECOND AMENDMENT AWAY, WE JUST WANNA MAKE IT HARDER TO GET A GUN," OR "WE JUST WANNA TAKE AWAY 'ASSAULT RIFLES,' NOT ALL GUNS."WHILE HIS CLASSMATES WILL BE JOINING A SCHOOL WALKOUT TO COMMEMORATE THE 19TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE COLUMBINE SHOOTING, ONE PARKLAND STUDENT WILL BE HOSTING CONSERVATIVE SPEAKERS ON A FACEBOOK LIVESTREAM. KYLE KASHUV, A CONSERVATIVE STUDENT AT MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS HIGH SCHOOL IN PARKLAND, FLA., ANNOUNCED ON TWITTER HE WILL BE HOSTING FOUR PROMINENT GUEST SPEAKERS ON A FACEBOOK LIVESTREAM “TO DISCUSS WAYS TO SAVE LIVES WITHOUT INFRINGING ON 2A [SECOND AMENDMENT] AND THE IMPORTANCE OF MENTAL HEALTH AND NOT BULLYING.”IN FEBRUARY, WITH THE NEWS CAMERAS ROLLING OUTSIDE AN INDIANAPOLIS POLICE DISTRICT HEADQUARTERS, U.S. ATTORNEY JOSH MINKLER STEPPED TO THE PODIUM FOR TWO REASONS. HE ANNOUNCED THE RESULTS OF A MULTI-AGENCY INVESTIGATION CALLED OPERATION LITTLE DIPPER. MEMBERS OF A VIOLENT GANG WHO TRAFFICKED GUNS AND DRUGS, HE SAID, WERE NOW OFF THE STREETS.REPUBLICAN LAWMAKERS ON THURSDAY PRESSED A FEDERAL RESERVE OFFICIAL TO ADDRESS MOVES BY BANKS TO STOP DOING SOME BUSINESS WITH THE GUN INDUSTRY IN THE WAKE OF A DEADLY SHOOTING AT A FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL IN FEBRUARY. FED VICE CHAIRMAN FOR SUPERVISION RANDAL QUARLES REPLIED THAT IT WASN’T HIS ROLE TO SECOND-GUESS BANKS’ BUSINESS DECISIONS RELATED TO THE GUN DEBATE.ONE OF THE BIGGEST U.S. ONLINE GUN MARKETS CAN BE HELD LIABLE FOR NEGLIGENCE FOR THE PRIVATE SALE OF A WEAPON USED IN A FATAL SHOOTING SPREE, WISCONSIN’S HIGHEST COURT SAID IN THE FIRST DECISION OF ITS KIND. ARMSLIST.COM ISN’T PROTECTED BY THE COMMUNICATIONS DECENCY ACT OF 1996, WHICH LARGELY IMMUNIZES ONLINE SERVICE PROVIDERS FROM RESPONSIBILITY FOR POSTS BY THIRD-PARTIES, THE STATE SUPREME COURT SAID IN REVERSING A LOWER COURT’S RULING.

PA – SHOT Show – The IWI US Galil ACE Featured on the January American Rifleman Cover

PR NET January 12, 2018 – IWI US, Inc., a subsidiary of Israel Weapon Industries (IWI) Ltd., is extremely proud to have the Galil ACE® appear on the January 2018 cover of the NRA’s American Rifleman magazine. The seven-plus page article, written by American Rifleman Field Editor Jeremiah Knupp, draws readers into the history of the development of the platform that revolutionized modern weaponry: the AK rifle.

It brings us into the Israel Defense Force where some of the world’s most relevant weapons systems are designed, engineered and truly battle tested. Complete with historic pictures, specifications, shooting results and product and performance evaluation, the article closes with former IWI US Vice President Michael Kassnar’s prediction that the Kalashnikov’s evolution through the Galil line is not yet finished, “IWI in Israel never stops looking for ways to make a platform better.”

The Galil ACE is the modern version of the original Galil rifle first developed in the 1960’s by IMI. Based upon the Russian AK-47 and the Finnish Valmet RD 62, the Galil ACE has never stopped evolving to meet the demand of today’s warriors. Some of the most recent upgrades include the left side operation of the charging handle, the LR/SR25 magazine compatibility, full length two-piece Picatinny style top rail and tri-rail forearms with built-in, slide-on and off rail covers with pressure switch access, fully adjustable iron sights with a Tritium front post and a side folding, adjustable, telescoping buttstock with two-position removable comb on all Galil models.

The Galil ACE is available as a rifle in 7.62 NATO and 7.62 x39mm and as a pistol in 7.62 NATO, 7.62x39mm and 5.56 NATO as a standalone pistol or with a Stabilizing brace. MSRP starts at $1,749.00.

To learn more about IWI US, please visit www.iwi.us, 

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BREAKING :
NOW, MORE THAN EVER, THERE COULDN'T BE A MORE APPROPRIATE TIME FOR A PRO-SECOND AMENDMENT DEMONSTRATION TO OCCUR AT PENNSYLVANIA’S EASTON AREA HIGH SCHOOL. OVER THE PAST FEW MONTHS, THE LEFT HAS MADE A SWIFT ATTEMPT TO TAKE AWAY SECOND AMENDMENT RIGHTS: "WE DON'T WANNA TAKE YOUR SECOND AMENDMENT AWAY, WE JUST WANNA MAKE IT HARDER TO GET A GUN," OR "WE JUST WANNA TAKE AWAY 'ASSAULT RIFLES,' NOT ALL GUNS."WHILE HIS CLASSMATES WILL BE JOINING A SCHOOL WALKOUT TO COMMEMORATE THE 19TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE COLUMBINE SHOOTING, ONE PARKLAND STUDENT WILL BE HOSTING CONSERVATIVE SPEAKERS ON A FACEBOOK LIVESTREAM. KYLE KASHUV, A CONSERVATIVE STUDENT AT MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS HIGH SCHOOL IN PARKLAND, FLA., ANNOUNCED ON TWITTER HE WILL BE HOSTING FOUR PROMINENT GUEST SPEAKERS ON A FACEBOOK LIVESTREAM “TO DISCUSS WAYS TO SAVE LIVES WITHOUT INFRINGING ON 2A [SECOND AMENDMENT] AND THE IMPORTANCE OF MENTAL HEALTH AND NOT BULLYING.”IN FEBRUARY, WITH THE NEWS CAMERAS ROLLING OUTSIDE AN INDIANAPOLIS POLICE DISTRICT HEADQUARTERS, U.S. ATTORNEY JOSH MINKLER STEPPED TO THE PODIUM FOR TWO REASONS. HE ANNOUNCED THE RESULTS OF A MULTI-AGENCY INVESTIGATION CALLED OPERATION LITTLE DIPPER. MEMBERS OF A VIOLENT GANG WHO TRAFFICKED GUNS AND DRUGS, HE SAID, WERE NOW OFF THE STREETS.REPUBLICAN LAWMAKERS ON THURSDAY PRESSED A FEDERAL RESERVE OFFICIAL TO ADDRESS MOVES BY BANKS TO STOP DOING SOME BUSINESS WITH THE GUN INDUSTRY IN THE WAKE OF A DEADLY SHOOTING AT A FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL IN FEBRUARY. FED VICE CHAIRMAN FOR SUPERVISION RANDAL QUARLES REPLIED THAT IT WASN’T HIS ROLE TO SECOND-GUESS BANKS’ BUSINESS DECISIONS RELATED TO THE GUN DEBATE.ONE OF THE BIGGEST U.S. ONLINE GUN MARKETS CAN BE HELD LIABLE FOR NEGLIGENCE FOR THE PRIVATE SALE OF A WEAPON USED IN A FATAL SHOOTING SPREE, WISCONSIN’S HIGHEST COURT SAID IN THE FIRST DECISION OF ITS KIND. ARMSLIST.COM ISN’T PROTECTED BY THE COMMUNICATIONS DECENCY ACT OF 1996, WHICH LARGELY IMMUNIZES ONLINE SERVICE PROVIDERS FROM RESPONSIBILITY FOR POSTS BY THIRD-PARTIES, THE STATE SUPREME COURT SAID IN REVERSING A LOWER COURT’S RULING.