NRA Gun of the Week: Savage Arms 11/111 Hog Hunter Rifle

NRA Gun of the Week: Savage Arms 11/111 Hog Hunter Rifle American Rifleman’s Christopher Olsen introduces the Savage Arms 11/111 rifle. Like and Share!

NRA Gun of the Week: Tristar Arms Viper G2 SR Sport

American Rifleman’s Christopher Olsen dissects the features of the Tristar Arms Viper G2 SR Sport shotgun.  Great for Sport Shooting and maybe even hunting. Awe sweet! How Gorgeous is this??? Like and Share!

Liberty Safe Handgun Vaults Review

I started using the HDX-250 about one month ago and have been thoroughly pleased with every aspect of this safe. The lock operation is smooth and fluid. Liberty Safe’s Brandon Payne about their new line of handgun vaults   Product Description of the  HDX-250: Safely secure your valuables or handgun …

Your Bug Out Vehicle Plan!

Here are a few options to pack your firearms in if it all hits the fan…. There is a big debate about what a bug out bag should contain and what would be the best survival gear one can carry. We can find all sorts of recipes for food preparation …

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Carry Travelogue – Reno Trip, Nevada CCW Changes, Open Carry – Part 3

By Eric Vought This is the gripping conclusion of the carry travelogue started in part 1 and continued in part 2, a saga of carrying firearms across states. On the way back, we decided to go back through Utah and then through Wyoming and Nebraska. The distance was about the same …

Carry Travelogue – Reno trip, Nevada CCW changes, Open Carry – Part 2

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This is part 2/3 of the carry travelogue started in part 1 and concluded in part 3. by Eric Vought At some point during the week, we visited a local antique shop with a delightful and eclectic collection (Antiques and Treasures on N. Sierra St— Wow! ). One of my purposes was to …

Emergency Management, School Shootings and Second Amendment Rights

by Cathleen Vought My husband, Eric, was invited to present as part of a panel on active shooter scenarios at the International Association of Emergency Managers’ annual convention, which happened to be in Reno this year. In 1992, on Simon’s Rock College of the Bard campus in Massachusetts, Eric’s former …

Carry Travelogue – Reno trip, Nevada CCW changes, Open Carry – Part 1

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by Eric Vought Part 1 of 3 in a saga of carrying firearms across states [Part 2] [Part 3]. I was recently invited to speak at the annual conference of the International Association of Emergency Managers in Reno, Nevada and we decided to take a bit of much-needed vacation at …

Nevada’s New CCW Reciprocity Change

by Cathleen Vought I’m writing from Reno, Nevada this week, as my family has a short vacation before my husband, Eric, presents at the International Association of Emergency Managers annual conference here. He’s part of a panel on school shootings and emergency response; I’ll be putting a report out next …

Playing with toy guns AT HOME gets 3 students yearlong suspension from school

From Political Outcast: The Virginia Beach City Public School district is saying that the students aren’t actually being expelled; they’re being given “long-term suspensions.” Whatever the case, the students won’t be allowed back to school for the rest of this semester and even until June of next year. There will …

The Sunshine State moves to fortify the 2nd Amendment against Federal infringements

October 22, 2013 From The Right, Laws No Comments

There was some worry that Florida, after the railroading and demonization of  Peruvian-American Jorge Zimmerman when he defended himself against alleged homophobe and gay basher Trayvon Martin, would crack down on the right to keep and bear arms. Fortunately, there were enough clear eyed people in the sunshine state who saw …

More Political Games: Commentary on the Federal Government Shutdown

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by Cathleen Vought I’m taking a step away from my usual gun rights post to comment on some of the obscene games being played in the federal government shutdown. As this shutdown has progressed, the executive branch has made it plain that rather than dealing with the legislative branch in …

My Life as a Convicted Gun Offender Who Did Nothing Wrong | VICE United States

October 16, 2013 Featured 1 Comment

At 6 AM, the sky outside my apartment is still purple-black. It’s too early. I stagger out of bed and stand under a scalding jet of water in the shower, trying to remember where I’ve been, where I am, and where I need to be. Oklahoma. Austin. Houston. In less …

Mexican’s Attacking the American Constitution.

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Take a good hard look at the man’s face above. I want you to look him dead in the eyes because this is the face of a person that is taking away your individual liberty and making you defend what your forefathers gave you with shed blood. Juvenal Cardenas Mejia, …

Redskins, Columbus Day, and Bob Costas.

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Almost a year ago, Javan Belcher a linebacker for the Kansas City Chiefs, shot and killed his girlfriend, in their home and then shot himself in front of the team coaching staff. A troubled man from his youth, allegations of infidelity, and a blood alcohol level more the twice the …

Illinois Delays CCW Application Deadline – Can a Wrongful Death Case Follow?

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by Cathleen Vought You can take a concealed carry class in Illinois now, but you can’t get your permit until April. Originally slated  to accept January 1 applications, the state police say they’re “not ready yet” and that “The Illinois State Police originally told us (applications would be accepted) Jan. …

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