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Open or Concealed

    We gun owners are used to people of the anti-gun camp making arguments against our legal and responsible gun ownership. Concealed carry with a permit is allowed in all states except one, Illinois. There are only 12 states that allow open carry with little restriction: Alabama, Alaska, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, South Dakota, Vermont, Kentucky, ...

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One Citizen’s Quest to Fix Unjust Gun Regulation – Part I

It all started with an article at Conservative Daily News by Benjamin Wallace. Benji’s post described how Florida state lawmakers were able to remove overly-burdensome local regulations on gun ownership through state action. I realized that my State had a similar problem and perhaps could take advantage of a similar remedy. In North Carolina, it is legal to purchase a handgun after ...

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Sunshine and Guns

Florida recently took a turn in the right direction in defense of the Second Amendment. State lawmakers passed a law stopping all gun restrictions below the state level. Starting October first, any public official who enforces or passes any gun regulation below the state level will be held personally responsible. The official will face a $5000 fine and possible removal from office. Since Gov. ...

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If We Give Up Our Right To Bear Arms

“As our enemies have found we can reason like men, so now let us show them we can fight like men also.” –Thomas Jefferson We the American people were lucky enough to be blessed by God Almighty to be born in the greatest country ever formed. With guidance from Godly men this country was birthed on the principles that all ...

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Granny Get Your Gun

When you hear the word treaty you would normally assume that two or more countries in conflict with each other had reached an accord to end the conflict. Take the proposed “small arms treaty” from the U.N. There is no doubt that the rights and freedoms that our forefathers secured for us, scare many of the world “leaders”(for lack of ...

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Right To Bear Arms Wins In Ohio

Ohio Governor John Kasich signed the new state law allowing people with CCP (concealed carry permit) to carry inside bars, malls and sporting venues. Lawmakers did put provisions in the law that the carrier may not be under the influence of drugs or consume alcohol while carrying their weapon.  Owners of such businesses can ban weapons on their property for safety reasons if ...

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Wyoming Passes Bill to Allow Guns in Employee’s Cars

Many shooting enthusiast have at one time or another been subject to a company policy that makes having a firearm in their personal vehicles while parked on company property an offense that will get them fired. While the policy seems perfectly reasonable from a safety perspective, in reality its nothing more than a waste of time and gas for those ...

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Congress Sends Letter to ATF and OMB to Stop Unconstitutional Gun Regulation

A collection of lawmakers signed a letter to the directors of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the Office of Management and Budget. The letter expresses concerns over the Obama Administration’s desire to collect even more data on law-abiding gun owners. We write to you to express our objections to potential approval by the Office of Management ...

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ACLU Fighting to Give Concealed Gun Rights to Non-Citizens and Criminals

In what can only be construed as a misguided interpretation of the 14th amendment, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed suit in North Dakota alleging that the State’s concealed handgun law is unconstitutional. A U.K. citizen, living in the U.S. was denied a renewal for his concealed handgun permit due to a change in the State’s concealed carry laws. ...

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Bill Whittle on Gun Rights

Bill Whittle explains why gun ownership is not as evil as progressive elitists would have you believe. God created man, Samuel Colt made them equal Maybe the problem isn’t the guns, but those that would choose to use them to commit crimes?  Well done Bill.

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