Category Archives: Firearms Owning, Carrying and Responsibility

News and accounts of firearms saving lives

When does a cop stop being a cop?

Theoretically on the completion of their last day of duty. Yet the “thing” inside that made them cops remains. Nothing changed. They are not subjected to some “magic gee-whiz gizmo” that sucks every last bit of “cop” from them before … Continue reading

Posted in Firearms Owning, Carrying and Responsibility | Leave a comment

A reminder about “Dangerous Extremists”…

_________________________________________________

Posted in Coalition for Gun Control, Educating the Public, Firearms Owning, Carrying and Responsibility, Gun Control is a Mental Disorder, Socialists - Know the enemy of freedom and decency | Leave a comment

Tom Mulcair now wants armed security 24/7 and spits on ordinary Canadians…

Here Tom: BLOW… ______________________________________________________________

Posted in Educating the Public, Firearms Issues, Firearms Owning, Carrying and Responsibility, General, Gun Control is a Mental Disorder, Legislative and Regulatory | Tagged , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Civilian use of small arms drives military design improvements

http://www.forbes.com/sites/frankminiter/2014/08/26/the-second-amendments-defining-moment/ I LOVE this portion by NRA editor, Mark A. Keefe IV: “…Actually, the semiautomatic technology used in the AR-15 was invented in the late 19th Century. “What’s really interesting is that from about 1900 to 1940 semiautomatic rifles were … Continue reading

Posted in Canadian Gun Orgs, CSSA, Educating the Public, Fighting the Propaganda, Firearms Owning, Carrying and Responsibility, Gun Control is a Mental Disorder, NFA, OFAH | Leave a comment

Totalrecoil blog. RIP John Holdstock.

http://totalrecoil.wordpress.com/ I missed this. No excuses.   Thank you for voice John. RIP.   _______________________________________________  

Posted in Communicating with the Media and Public, Educating the Public, Firearms Owning, Carrying and Responsibility, Politics | Tagged | Leave a comment