Just after midnight on 1 January, 2017, Texas Representative Amando “Mando” Martinez was struck on the head by a bullet or bullet fragment. It seems most likely that it was celebratory gunfire, and a “spent” projectile.
When I talked to ammunition insiders at the Shot Show last year, the word was that .22 ammunition production would be increased by 20 percent for CCI and Federal in 2016.
The National Park Service is giving bad legal advice to people who visit their web page and attempt to find out about firearms policy at various national parks.
Islamic terrorists stabbing people in Minnesota, trying to blow people up and shooting them in NY/NJ, with more and more potential terrorists being ushered in like a going out of business sale by Barack Hussein Obama, the American people are more in need to exercise their 2nd Amendment rights than they have since 1812.
Now usually I advocate and follow a personal boycott of all anti 2nd Amendment establishments but the ease, cost and range of items at Amazon was making it very difficult for me to do so.
But then I found out something that just amuses me greatly.
Firearms have largely defined our nation’s history since our inception. Whether for personal defense or combat, dozens of firearms had been used throughout history. Below are five firearms that have ceased operation but continue to leave a lasting impression:
Many people, brands, and organizations are noting the rise of women in fishing, hunting, and the shooting sports. Women are equal participants in the respective industries and will continue to join. One woman, Lauren Hill, has capitalized on this to create a unique and inviting brand for women, by women called ReelCamoGirl.
They say that no good deed goes unpunished, a lesson that 25 year old Tulane medical student and Good Samaritan, Peter Gold, recently found out when he stopped 21 year old Euric Cain from abducting a drunk woman from the streets of New Orleans.