Month: August 2020

During the Business Meeting tomorrow, the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors will consider whether to begin drafting a ban on firearms in certain public locations. Second Amendment supporters are encouraged to urge the Board to take NO ACTION on Action Item #5. The meeting will be held remotely by video conference, starting at 5:00PM. Click
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Tomorrow, the Senate Government Oversight and Reform Committee has scheduled a hearing to consider Senate Bill 317.  Please contact committee members and ask them to support the right to self-defense of school employees. Senate Bill 317, sponsored by Senator Bill Coley, allows those school employees who are allowed to lawfully carry a concealed firearm for self-defense on
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Presidential candidate Joe Biden has promised to introduce some of the most sweeping gun control legislation in recent history if elected in November, with the notion of “smart guns” at the center of his policy aimed at reducing firearm violence. But what exactly is this technology, and is it likely to stop a weapon falling into the wrong hands? “So-called
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A velvet buck peers from an overgrown field on a hot, early-season afternoon. ( John Hafner Photography/) Every early-season hunter who has walked away from his stand sweaty and empty-handed knows that high fall temperatures can turn whitetails into slugs. Already clad in their winter coats, most warm-weather bucks move sparingly and almost exclusively at
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California and its on-again, off-again restrictive magazine capacity will head back to the courtroom. Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed a petition Friday that would once again reinstate the California magazine ban. California Magazine Capacity Under Fire Once Again On Aug. 14, a three-judge panel from the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled the state’s restriction
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Charlotte, N.C. — Every morning, a small aircraft flies over the sky, waking up Charlotte, N.C. It drags a flag with two images: on the left, the image of an aborted fetus, on the right, a Black Lives Matter sign. It is a stark reminder of some issues that both united and divide people here.
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All but one of the cartridges below can handle elk-size game. ( John Hafner Photography/) If you search the Internet, you’ll find 1,017 posts on the best big-game cartridges. So why do another? First, because I wrote it, and what I have to say is wiser and more important than what is written by anyone
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The Walther PPQ and PPA M2 pistol remain popular choice for carry and defense. To support owner of these pistols, Galco now offers its popular KingTuk Delxue IWB holster. Galco KingTuk Deluxe for Walther PPQ, PPQ M2 Pistols The KingTuk Deluxe design provides tremendous comfort, according to Galco. It utilizes an premium saddle leather backing
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The alt-reality show on the screen this week, a Republican National Convention without platform or ideas, mixed Dear Leader adoration with primal fear jabs aimed at the weary American voter. And it may work. But the reality outside the screen was a perfect fusion of elements central to the master con of Trumpism. The trick
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Written by John Cole, Managing Editor President Donald Trump’s campaign argues that people would be unsafe in Joe Biden’s America. The political arm of the National Rifle Association is echoing that message in a new attack ad airing in several battleground states, including Pennsylvania.  The NRA Victory Fund launched a two week, multi-million dollar TV
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Kinetic Concealment just announced its newest holster, a fit for the Bond Arms Rowdy Derringer. The hybrid holster carries in multiple styles, delivering tremendous versatility. Kinetic Concealment Holster System for Bond Arms Rowdy Kinetic Concealment holsters come as a Hybrid IWB, KC Baby appendix carry holster or OWB holster. It provides a complete concealed carry
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If 2020 is good for one thing, it’s shattering gun sales records. The first half of 2020 has seen more than 5 million first-time gun purchases in the United States. The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) reported data taken from retailers, citing 40-percent of sales coming from first-time gun purchasers. Gun Sales Records Smashed in
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CLOSE Victoria Spartz, the Republican candidate for Indiana’s 5th Congressional District, answered some IndyStar questions, July 17, 2020. Indianapolis Star Ask Indiana’s 5th Congressional District Republican candidate Victoria Spartz why she is running for Congress and she’ll reference her childhood in Soviet-controlled Ukraine.  In one of her primary campaign ads entitled “Stop Socialism,” Spartz, who immigrated
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