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Home Defense Preparations for Civil Unrest
Submitted by: David Williamson

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Things are different now. The year of the Covid19 pandemic unleased civil unrest on a scale not witnessed in the United States since the 1960s. Make no mistake, there is an insurgency within our nation that has been biding its time, and the time is upon us. While riots and violent demonstrations have been mostly confined to urban centers so far, there had been movement into suburbs as well, and we must consider the possibility of this trend expanding. In this new normal, a home defense plan must also take into consideration large groups of violent people invading the neighborhood and perhaps threatening your own residence.
 

History of 38 S&W Ammo
Submitted by: David Williamson

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In 1877, Smith & Wesson introduced .38 S&W (9x20mm) ammunition designed for its “First Model,” a single action, spur-triggered revolver. Introduced in the 1850s, metallic cartridge revolvers became an overnight success. Most were either large caliber guns or pocket pistols that used .22 or .32 short loads. The .38 was able to offer more power than the previous rounds, making it more appealing to the military as well as the general public.
 

Tactical Deals: SOG Baton Q3 Multi-Tool $47.99 FREE S&H
Submitted by: David Williamson

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SOG Knives has their popular SOG Baton Q3 Multi-tool on sale for $47.99 with FREE shipping.
 

WY: Wyoming: Senate Overwhelmingly Passes Self-Defense Expansion Legislation
Submitted by: David Williamson

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On Friday, the Wyoming Senate passed Senate File 67 by a 25 to 4 vote, sending the pro-gun measure to the House for further consideration. Today, the House Judiciary Committee passed emergency powers legislation, Senate File 155, sending the measure to the full House for consideration. Your State Representative needs to hear your support now!
 

Florida Alert! Church Carry bill to be heard on House Floor
Submitted by: David Williamson

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On Thursday, March 25, 2021 at 2:00pm, the full Florida House of Representatives will meet and will hear HB-259 Sponsored by Rep. Jayer Williamson & Rep. Cord Byrd HB-259 has been amended to make a good bill much better. It is now a bill that simply RESTORES the private property rights of religious institutions AND the self-defense rights of people who go to church. Click here to review the revised bill: Revised Church Carry bill
 

AL: Alabama: Stop $500 Fee for Lifetime Carry Permit in HB 477
Submitted by: David Williamson

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The House is set to vote next week on House Bill 477, to establish a lifetime carry permit in Alabama. The sheriffs are still trying to do everything they can to deny this choice to citizens, or at least make it unattainable. Unfortunately, they previously convinced the House Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee to increase the cost from $200 to an outrageous $500.
 

Iowa: Permitless Carry & Frivolous Lawsuit Prevention Pass Senate
Submitted by: David Williamson

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Today, the Senate voted 31-17 to pass House File 756, for permitless carry and other pro-gun measures, and also voted 31-17 to pass House File 621, to protect Second Amendment rights from frivolous lawsuits. These bills will now go to Governor Kim Reynolds for her signature.
 

Gun Training For Women
Submitted by: David Williamson

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Training for personal defense incidents is a priority now more than ever. Attacks on private citizens have increased. There are ongoing attempts to abolish police departments in many areas. There is a need for means to defend our own lives.

 

Democracy’s Achilles Heel
Submitted by: David Williamson

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In the summer of 1787, close by the steamy Schuylkill River in Philadelphia, fifty-five perspiring men, unpaid volunteers representing themselves, their families, and communities, worked in a room with the windows closed so they could speak freely. They were laboring to write a constitution for the now united, no longer rebellious colonies, that were independent states with their own stamps and virtually worthless paper money. They wanted a “more perfect union” than that which the defective Articles of Confederation had produced. They were gentlemen farmers, merchants, lawyers, some highly educated. These men could pick up a text in classical Greek and sight-translate it into Latin.
 

Settlement Reached in Cal. ‘Assault Weapon’ Registration Case
Submitted by: David Williamson

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A settlement in the long-running case of Sharp v. Becerra, a California case involving a botched computer program ostensibly designed to allow online registration of so-called “assault weapons” has been reached, according to the Second Amendment Foundation, one of the plaintiffs in the case.
 

Iowa Permitless Carry Bill Headed to Governor, Texas in Play
Submitted by: David Williamson

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The Iowa state legislature on Monday approved an omnibus gun rights bill that includes permitless carry and other pro-Second Amendment measures. The Republican-controlled state Senate gave HF 756 a 31-17 thumbs up, largely along party lines, just days after a similar 60-37 vote in the state House. It now heads to the desk of Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds, a Republican who has a history of signing pro-gun legislation.
 

MI: Public comment sought on draft environmental assessment for shooting range in Ontonagon County
Submitted by: Corey Salo

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The Michigan Department of Natural Resources, in cooperation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, is seeking public comment on a draft environmental assessment for a proposed indoor public shooting range in Ontonagon County.

The purpose of the project is to develop a new shooting range and meeting facility at the existing Lake Superior Sportsman’s Club indoor-outdoor range location, which is situated along M-64, west of Ontonagon and east of Silver City.

The current indoor facility is no longer suitable for public use.


 

FactCheck.org Tries, But Fails, To Validate Democratic Gun Bills
Submitted by: Rev. R Vincent Warde
Website: http://www.clergyinsupportofthe2ndamndment.org

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The Facts They Cite Prove The Bills Won’t Work

They clearly supportive of the current gun control bills which passed the House and are before the Senate - HR8 and HR1446. They also fail to understand many realities about the illegal acquisition and use of guns. This analysis of their post follows their headings.
 

Colt Reintroduces the .44 Magnum Anaconda Revolver
Submitted by: David Williamson

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Colt on Monday announced they have reached back into the vault for a new installment in their vaunted .44 Magnum Anaconda series of wheelguns. An oversized redesign based on their new Python action with a beefier frame, the 2021 Anaconda will be available in both 6- and 8-inch barrel formats. Other features include a leaf-spring action, recoil-absorbing Hogue overmolded grips that interchange with Python grips, and fully adjustable sights. The frame is drilled and tapped for optics in a nod to handgun hunters.
 

 QUOTES TO REMEMBER
How a politician stands on the Second Amendment tells you how he or she views you as an individual... as a trustworthy and productive citizen, or as part of an unruly crowd that needs to be lorded over, controlled, supervised, and taken care of. — Representative Suzanna Gratia Hupp (TX)

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