Kim Heath clues us in on a counter supination grip. This grip uses more shoulder and back muscles while relying less on the bicep muscle group.
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NRA Women presented by Smith & Wesson is proud to present the latest New Energy profile sponsored by Remington Arms Company on Vicki Kawelmacher. After her daughter was nearly abducted, Vicki opened The Women’s Shooting Academy to “educate, encourage and empower” women. The firearms instructor strongly believes every woman is responsible for her own personal safety, and offers free classes to any woman with a signed protective order.
In a follow-up to the report on California’s Former Armed & Prohibited Persons System (APPS), Ginny Simone speaks with Department of Justice Special Agent Greg Cameron, who calls the program “gun confiscation under the guise of safety.
In “Welcome to the Present,” NRA News Commentator Natalie Foster challenges a perception that women are only interested in guns for self-defense.
In “School Security,” Former U.S. Navy SEAL Dom Raso addresses the critics who oppose armed security in schools, yet have no plan to protect our kids.
APPS stands for Armed & Prohibited Persons System. The premise is confiscation of legal firearms from prohibited individuals. The reality is an excuse for universal registration.
Fortunately for all of the gunslingers and shooting enthusiasts out there, we have organizations such as the National Rifle Association, Second Amendment Foundation, National Gun Rights Association and others defending our rights. The gun control crowd has taken a divide and conquer approach. Where they cannot strip us of our rights on a national scale, they are trying to pick apart one state at a time, even down to the county level if necessary.
In “Hollywood Hypocrites,” NRA News Commentator Colion Noir takes on Hollywood’s culture of holier-than-thou hypocrisy.
NRA News Commentator Colion Noir fires back at the president for using emotion and tragedy to coerce the public into letting the government attack their Second Amendment rights.