Second Amendment to the U.S. Bill of RightsA well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
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This place looks way too cool. Hopefully I’ll be attending some classes relatively soon. I’ll provide a full review of the facilities and my experience when I do. Threat Dynamics’ Tualatin, Oregon training facility is the only place in the … Continue reading
There is an interesting post on Warrior Talk News about “The Combat Lever Action Rifle”. Living in one of the most restrictive states in the US one is sometimes forced to get very creative to find effective defensive tools. For those … Continue reading
The unsafe gun handling practices, random acts of violence, and mob mentality are downright scary. I’m gonna stay away from Palm Beach, Florida. Credit: Everyday No Days Off.
SayUncle has a link to a paracord bracelet with a plastic handcuff key buckle. The linked CNET article features Kevin Mitnick, the hacker turned security consultant that also offers lockpicking business cards. I like the concept of a hidden handcuff … Continue reading
The “Police Sniper Response to a Public Venue” course sponsored by the Texas Tactical Police Officer Association (TTPOA) provides the country’s best police precision rifle shooters—the cream of the SWAT sniper crop—the training and practice to achieve this level of … Continue reading
I blogged earlier about the difference between civilians and law enforcement officers in California. Well, now it seems those privileged police officers don’t want to give up their guns when they return to civilian life. The proposed legislation is still … Continue reading
I complain a lot about California’s ridiculous, nonsensical, and arbitrary gun laws. My latest complaint is about the two-class society that CA has created. I’m referring to unjustly different gun laws for citizens and law enforcement officers. Don’t like having … Continue reading
The Daily Beast has a frustratingly misleading article that largely demonizes gun owners and perpetuates myths. There’s an interesting quote from some legislative officer at the International Association of Chiefs of Police: Gene Voegtlin, legislative officer at the International Association … Continue reading
The Mercury News has picked up a story that many gun rights activists have been complaining about for a long time. When Tom Scocca applied to Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith three years ago for a permit to carry … Continue reading