A handgun, for all practical purposes, is an extension of one’s self. This is why people go to great lengths in trying out new handguns, all in search of the right one that is easy to handle and the one that suits their lifestyle. One man’s perfect gun might not be the best weapon of choice for another man. Thanks to the various aftermarket accessories, it has now become extremely easy to customize your handgun to suit your specific requirements. In fact, accessories are not the only way to personalize your handguns and the racks are piled with interesting stuff that you would like to get home too.
Let’s say you are looking to gift the lady of the house her own piece. Why would you opt for a boring old black handgun, when you can surprise her with a brand new Glock 43 Tiffany blue! Shooting with style just got a new meaning. It costs a tiny bit more than the regular Glock, but what’s in spending few extra dollars for love and safety anyway?
Once you are down with the choice in weaponry, the next step is to invest in quality accessories that are easily found on sites like Omaha outdoors. Holsters for example. When it comes to the ladies holsters, you will surely be spoiled for choice. You can choose from hip holsters, thigh holsters, bra holsters, etc. Just make sure to check that the holster can fit the Glock 43 Tiffany blue snugly before actually investing in one. While you are at it, you can splurge on a mag pouch to hold an extra magazine.
Next up is ammunition. A gun without suitable ammo is just a very expensive paperweight. Now, the Blue carries the traditional 9mm rounds. Invest in a good set of ammunition that is highly reliable. Take some time out to test out samples on your own, with a special look out for the recoil and impact.
The little Glock 43 is extremely compact, it is also light in weight which makes it easy to handle and conceal. If you are looking to buy a present for your lady, then there is no better handgun in the price range. Couple it with the above mentioned accessories and it becomes an excellent defense weapon. Forget mace and pepper spray. This is what she should be packing at all time.
See this veteran holding a cardboard gun? Liberals freaked out and called 911.
The cardboard sign was shaped like an AR-15, and people “called the cops reporting a man with a fake rifle.”
According to 10 News, the veteran, going by the name Von, said people also drove by and flipped him the bird. He said others rolled down their car windows and yelled “some type of obscenity” at him.
The police asked Von to find another means of advertising for the store, but he told them no. He said the request to put away a cardboard poster of a gun “was a slap in the face as a veteran.” He added that he remembers his fellow Marines dying for freedom–which includes the right to keep and bear arms–and he misses them.
I get that the cops don’t want to waste their time with stupid 911 calls. However, they should educate the callers, perhaps threaten them with the consequences of placing a non-emergency 911 call.
You and I did not vote for Donald J. Trump to get a RINO as Secretary of State. In fact, Romney’s “never Trump” antics betrayed not only Donald Trump, but the Republican Party.
Consider these statements by Romney.
“I don’t want to see trickle-down racism. I don’t want to see a president of the United States saying things which change the character of the generations of Americans that are following.”
“If [Libertarian vice presidential nominee and former Massachusetts governor] Bill Weld were at the top of the ticket, it would be very easy for me to vote for Bill Weld for president.”
Dishonesty is Donald Trump’s hallmark … His is not the temperament of a stable, thoughtful leader. His imagination must not be married to real power … Think of Donald Trump’s personal qualities, the bullying, the greed, the showing off, the misogyny, the absurd third grade theatrics. We have long referred to him as “The Donald.” He is the only person in America to whom we have added an article before his name.
Source: Thirteen Undiplomatic Statements by Mitt Romney About Donald Trump
Now the Republican Establishment, the same people that have cost us elections at least twice, are saying that Romney would be a great choice, that he would unite the country, that Democrats and liberals would be happy with him.
I don’t know about you, but I did not vote for Trump to give RINO’s government jobs. Maybe Trump’s strategy is to humiliate Romney in the end, but until that happens, it’s #NeverRomney.
Police said the attacker used a vehicle and a butcher knife. Witnesses reported a car being driven into a crowd on campus. Officers were able to intervene quickly and take down the attacker, the university chief said. He said it all happened within minutes.
So what are the gun laws in Ohio? Lawnewz.com wrote a blog about it:
Ohio state law prohibits anyone from carrying a concealed weapon on a college campus, regardless of whether the school is public or private. Statute 2923.126 says that even someone with a license to carry a concealed weapon cannot do so on “[a]ny premises owned or leased by any public or private college, university, or other institution of higher education, unless the handgun is in a locked motor vehicle or the licensee is in the immediate process of placing the handgun in a locked motor vehicle.” A bill has been proposed that would allow students to carry concealed firearms on campus, if their schools allow it.
There is currently no Ohio law against open carrying of firearms in public, including on campuses, although schools have their own rules regarding this. Ohio State University’s Code of Student Conduct prohibits any possession or storage of firearms, even when permitted by law.
The proposed bill is not good enough, the 2nd Amendment cannot be denied by public universities, or even universities that get our tax dollars in the form of federal student loans, grants, etc.
The Detroit Free Press doesn’t distinguish between lawful violence and unlawful violence, this was the headline:
Violent holiday weekend in Detroit leaves 4 dead
This was the story on paragraph 7.
…two teenagers broke into the home of a 75-year-old man who responded with gunfire, killing one of the boys, whom police found in the man’s backyard. According to Donakowski, the incident happened on the 16000 block of Lyndon Street.
The homeowner heard some noise inside his house at about 3:05 a.m. Friday and went to investigate when he saw two males, about 16-18 years old, in his home and fired three shots. Both boys ran off but one of them collapsed in the backyard, Donakowski said.
When police arrived, the victim was dead at the scene. The other teenager remains missing.
“The victim is within the law to protect himself or any other individuals within his dwelling,” Donakowski said about whether charges could be brought against the man
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Blackstone Shooting Sports is getting press for their creative radio commercial.
The ad has similarities to a commercial for abused and neglected pets that need new homes, then it reveals that the ad is about guns.
“People hear and they go, ‘oh, that is not what I expected it to be,'” Hayden said.
The radio ad hit the airwaves last month. It made quite the impression to a number of people in Charlotte Friday.
“Reminded me of one of those abused animals ads,” said Michael Conlin. “It’s not cool to draw that comparison, but I’m not offended by it.”
“I don’t really think of guns as being a member of your family potentially,” said Emma Sternlof.
Click HERE to hear the commercial.
It’s laughable when a former member of the NRA lectures us on guns as Steve Chapman did with Gun Paranoia in the Age of Trump.
As a gun owner, recreational shooter, former NRA member and longtime advocate of Second Amendment rights, I like to see cogent criticism of gun control proposals and anti-gun propaganda. But under President Barack Obama, the NRA has occupied itself sowing groundless panic and fighting imaginary villains.
Obama made it plain in his first presidential campaign that gun control was not a hill he was willing to die on. He assured gun owners, “I believe in the Second Amendment. I believe in people’s lawful right to bear arms. I will not take your shotgun away. I will not take your rifle away. I won’t take your handgun away.”
The NRA and smart gun owners judge politicians on what they do, not what they say.
He did sign bills allowing people to carry concealed handguns in national parks and check guns on Amtrak, expanding the gun rights of troops on U.S. military bases, and preventing the Environmental Protection Agency from banning lead ammunition. His “anti-gun” proposals amount to ending the manufacture and sale (though not possession) of “assault” weapons, limiting magazines to 10 rounds and requiring background checks for all firearm purchases, not just those from licensed dealers. These changes would have a minimal impact on law-abiding gun owners.
No, he signed bills that had things he didn’t want. A bill might have a thousand pages, it might be full of earmarks and regulations that have nothing to do with the name of the bill. Furthermore, he wasn’t the one that prevented the EPA from banning lead ammunition, we’re the ones who raised hell about it, and forced the government to back down.
Also, as someone who used to have a magazine with 16 rounds, Obama’s changes would have affected me. I like high capacity ammunition because I like shooting more and reloading less. Also, more than am million people own AR-15’s, the so-called “assault weapons,” so yes, Obama’s changes would have affected them.
They also affect those who love the 2nd Amendment regardless of the guns they own.
The strategy has clearly served to frighten some gun owners and stimulate them to buy more firearms—you know, before Obama could outlaw them. Gun sales have set records under him, and gun companies have prospered. The NRA has found that it can only gain by stoking chronic fear of draconian gun laws.
OK, maybe Ruger did donate a million bucks to the NRA, but that’s peanuts compared to the money all five million members raise together. If each member pays $30, that’s $150,000,000, and I can tell you many of us pay a lot more than $30.
The NRA doesn’t have to scare us, the politicians and gun haters scare us which is why we keep supporting the NRA, the muscle of the 2nd Amendment, the army that fights in the halls of congress and in court.
But how will it be able to do that with President Trump, a Republican Congress, GOP dominance in governorships and legislatures, and a Supreme Court that has given new force to the Second Amendment? The rights of firearm owners are more secure today than the gold in Fort Knox.
Keep dreaming, the rights of gun owners are not secure in California, Washington, Oregon, and other states where anti-gun initiatives have passed.