Many people are trying to understand the full impact of the President’s latest gun control measures. As a quick synopsis, here are responses from the NRA and National Shooting Sports Foundation.
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As of now, I am apprehensive as a minimum, if not downright terrified. I do not like the president’s sabre rattling, or the fact that he wants to go around the other branches of government with his pen. However, if he takes the path of past and sticks to nonbinding executive actions, the damage should be minimal. Read the story for the full details of the impending executive actions.
H.R. 4269, The Assault Weapons Ban of 2015, “To regulate assault weapons, to ensure that the right to keep and bear arms is not unlimited, and for other purposes.” Did the democrats not read the part that said, “Shall not be infringed?” Read the full story to understand the latest gun control bill in Congress and how the Founding Fathers viewed gun ownership.
Fans of Stag arms have a lot to mourn today. The president of Stag Arms, LLC, Mark Malkowski, plead guilty to federal firearms charges. Not being an insider, I would say there are always two sides to a story, but the details of this one seem pretty damning for the beleaguered manufacturer. Read the full story here.
ABC’s moderators brought up the question of gun control and did not lob one of the softballs many have come to expect in the democratic debates. Hillary’s answer was anything but supportive of the Second Amendment.
For once, a major newspaper opted for facts over fiction when looking at the gun control debate and the statements made by major politicians. Obama versus Rubio: Who told the truth and received the Pinocchios?
People on a terror watch list cannot board a plane, but are we selling them firearms? Hmm… perhaps that is worthy of a bit of thought. What are the dangers of another law versus the opposition of such a law. Read the full story and add your opinion in the comment section.
The Brady Center’s effort at grabbing a headline started by coming up with a new award named after (anti-gun) former New York Governor Mario Cuomo. The night was everything you would imagine—a bunch of like-minded gun grabbers telling each other how smart they are while drinking the Kool-Aid. It was also a night you and I should take notice of. Read why.
Beyond the time we spend on static targets and dry fire practice, we need a dose of reality. That means using your defensive firearm in a way that will mimic real life situation to the extent that is reasonable. Is your training up to the task?