Category Archives: General

Careful where you point your muzzl…finger.

Sadly, it is proven that those who desire the monopoly on the Use of Force can’t be everywhere when needed. Trust me, a massive percentage of them want to be everywhere to help. Reality is that they can’t. I learned that 30+ years ago at 19, policing an Establishment. Continue reading

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Leadership…

…is the art of influencing human behaviour so as to accomplish the mission in the manner so desired by the leader. Firearms owners are leaders.

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How much money do sportsmen put in to the economy?

http://www.omaha.com/index.php?u_page=1000&u_sid=10570185 Published Sunday    February 22, 2009 Sportsmen are an economic force Talk about big bucks and most sportsmen think hunting a whitetail or mule deer with a trophy rack. But big bucks know no season to outdoor retailers — and hunters … Continue reading

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One of Canada’s Laws…

52. Sabotage (1) Every one who does a prohibited act for a purpose prejudicial to         is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding ten years.    (2) In this … Continue reading

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Blast from the past…

http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1571/is_/ai_59585388 Should Antigun Liberals Use Armed Bodyguards? Insight on the News, Feb 14, 2000  by Carmine Sarracino It’s what the rich and powerful do. According to an article in my morning paper of Jan. 14, television personality Ben Stein, star … Continue reading

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