Tell me if this hasn’t happened to you. You just finished hunting that prey you’ve been chasing for 2-days, you take it to your car which is parked in the middle of nowhere. Suddenly, the car doesn’t start, you need someone to give you a jump but there’s nobody there. You’d like to call AAA but you don’t have a Satellite Phone, and the nearest town is 50 miles away. What do you do?
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Got a gun-tootin’ daddy? Don’t give him a tie, he already has plenty of those.
File this under, “do not try this at home.”
- Level II-A vests are the thinnest available. Generally 4 mm (0.16 inches) thick and made of soft materials, they are designed to be worn under clothing for long periods of time.
- Level II bullet-resistant vests are generally 5 mm (0.2 inches) thick. They are the vests most commonly worn by patrol officers. They can either be worn concealed under a loose-fitting shirt or over clothing.
- Level III-A vests are 8 to 10 mm (0.32 to 0.4 inches) thick. Heavier and stiffer than Level II-A and Level II vests, they are designed to stop heavier-grain bullets, such as those from a .44 Magnum, and rapid-fire attacks, such as those from a 9-mm submachine gun. They are designed to handle minor combat situations but can still be worn under clothing if need be.
- Level III and Level IV vests incorporate 10- by 12-inch (25- by 30-cm) armor plates ranging from 1/2 to 3/4 inch (6 to 25 mm) in thickness to cover the chest and back. Each plate adds 4 to 9 pounds (1.8 to 4.1 kg) to the 3 to 5 pounds (1.36 to 2.27 kg) that the soft body armor vests weigh and reduce the wearer’s mobility accordingly. These vests cannot be worn under clothing and are the kind normally worn by SWAT officers.
And if you’re a felon, forget about it:
Under federal law, a bulletproof vest is considered “body armor,” which is regulated by statute, 18 U.S.C.A. Section 931. That law forbids anyone convicted of a violent felony to own or possess a vest, unless the person wearing the vest is an employee who is doing so in order to perform a lawful business activity and who has obtained prior written certification from the employer. A violation incurs a maximum of three years in prison. And using a vest during the commission of a federal crime of violence or a federal drug-trafficking crime will result in an enhanced sentence. (42 U.S.C. Section 3796ll-3(d)(1).)
A few states prohibit the use or possession in specified situations or circumstances, without regard to the criminal background of the wearer. One state prohibits wearing armor on school property or school-sponsored functions (Louisiana), while in Connecticut, sale of body armor must be done in person—Internet and phone purchases are illegal.
LWRC is offering an FREE Aimpoint Micro T-1.
Not a bad deal, if you’re going to spend $1,000 to $2,000 on a rifle, an $889 scope is a huge value.
Although when I search on Amazon, they sell for much less:
But even then, free is free.
Gun companies know more women than ever are becoming gun owners, so this ad with celebrity Theresa Vail makes sense.
Theresa Vail (born October 1, 1990) is an American television and radio personality. She is the host of the Outdoor Channel hunting show Limitless with Theresa Vail (debuts in July 2015) and is the co-host (with Lukas Cox) of the B98 Morning Show in Wichita, Kansas. As Miss Kansas 2013, Vail became the first Miss America contestant to openly display tattoos during the swimsuit competition in the Miss America 2014 pageant (where she placed into the Top 10 and won the “America’s Choice” award).
And here’s a picture of Theresa in a bathing suit.
Now why would a fine woman like that get this tattoo? “God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.”
God is probably looking at her and thinking, “too late.” LOL
Just kidding, she’s a fine woman, a fine American, and a fine pro-gunner. As for me, I support Ink Control (i.e. tell your kids to stop getting inked)
Check out this ad from Stoeger:
They also make air rifles.
The anti-gunners are getting their panties twisted in Cloquet, Minnesota
Ironic how the Brady Campaign b-word says “this has nothing with being anti-gun…this is about being pro-safety.” Really? What’s so safe about driving? It’s one of the most dangerous activities you can engage in. I’m surprised there’s no car ban group.
Another interescting factoid is that “buy car/get gun” promotions are nothing new, I did a google search and found this:
Max Motors in Butler, Missouri is offering anyone who buys a car the choice of $250 in gas or a free semi-automatic handgun.
So Why do Buy Car/Get Gun promotions?
1. They get attention. Which would you rather share with your friends? A story about $500 cash back or “Free AR-15 with Every Car Bought.”
2. They appeal to an undeserved target market- the American gun owner! You and I know how passionate we are, and whenever someone is pro-gun, we let everyone know.
3. They create goodwill in the community. Even if there’s backlash, there are far more gun owners and professional anti-gunners. In fact, I’m willing to bet that most of the haters don’t even live in Cloquet, Minnessota. Joan Peterson of the Brady Bunch most likely lives in Minneapolis, a big city with lots of gun-hating liberals.
If I’m wrong, then let the anti-gun liberals do their own promotions, I’m willing to bet that no liberal is going to buy a car to raise funds for Moms Demand Action.
As a matter of fact, the one anti-gun car promotion I found resulted in a disaster:
Protests halt car dealer’s gun buyback promotion
Angry phone calls forced Hagerstown Ford to cancel a three-day gun buyback program before it started.
The program was supposed to be a simple, voluntary way for people to dispose of guns they didn’t want, said General Sales Manager Eric Carper.
The backlash was unexpected. “Somewhere along the way, we upset people,” he said.
Artemis Advertising, a Bethesda, Md., firm, created the ad campaign.
Artemis notified the media of the $1,000 offer on Monday. By Wednesday, as criticism mounted, the promotion was in doubt. Artemis representatives called The Herald-Mail newsroom throughout the day – first to say the program had been canceled, then on hold, then back on as planned, then canceled again.
In a press release, Artemis Advertising quoted Carper as saying, “We should have made our stance crystal clear. Our effort was to check the abuse of firearms, not to alter the constitutional right to bear arms.”
Several hunters and gun owners work at Hagerstown Ford, and the dealership is not out to rid the world of guns, Carper said.
He said he has decided that in this area gun ownership is a topic too sensitive to tie to a sales promotion.
Customers who wanted to take advantage of the gun buyback before it was canceled can still get a $1,000 break on a vehicle purchase, Carper said.
That area is Maryland, people, so if being anti-gun is bad for business in Bethesda, Maryland, imagine in rural Minnesota.
Here’s a scary e-mail I got from the NRA today, if this bill passes, it would hurt the 2nd Amendment.
Barack Obama’s anti-gun allies in Congress are moving right now to effectively OUTLAW your freedom to purchase ammunition online.
The “Stop Online Ammunition Sales Act of 2015″ was just introduced last week and it already has 30 cosponsors.
This crippling new law would:
FORCE you to submit a photo ID in-person every time you purchase any ammunition;
REPORT you to Obama’s anti-gun U.S. Attorney General if you purchase more than 1,000 rounds within a five day period;
REGISTER ammunition buyers like you in a database maintained by Obama’s bureaucrats at the Department of Justice.
According to the bill’s chief sponsor, this new law would give the Obama administration the power to “monitor” law-abiding gun owners and “flag them for law enforcement.”
We need to put this fire out NOW. And I need YOUR help to do it.
FIRST: Call the Capitol Hill switchboard at (202) 224-3121, ask to speak with your U.S. Representative. Tell him or her that you are flat-out OPPOSED to this sweeping attack on your online ammo purchases – and that you expect him or her to fight back and kill this bill.
SECOND: Help NRA-ILA crush this bill NOW by making an URGENT contribution today. If you can give $10 – thank you. If you can give $20 or more – I’d be grateful for your extra generosity.
Every dollar helps and NRA-ILA needs your support RIGHT NOW.
It’s up to NRA leaders like you to make sure this bill doesn’t gain one more cosponsor…or gain one more inch of critical momentum.
Thank you and please take action now!
Chris W. Cox
Executive Director, NRA-ILA
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