Archive | May, 2015

Bill Passed: Texas Highway to be Named in Honor of ‘American Sniper’ Chris Kyle.

by Lana Shadwick “The Texas Senate passed House Bill 1187 designating a segment of U.S. Hwy 287 in Midlothian, as the Chris Kyle Memorial Highway. The Texas House passed the bill earlier this month. The bill will now go to Governor Greg Abbott for signing and making the bill law. Midlothian is 25 miles southwest […]

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Suspect’s Attempt to Carjack Gun Owner Goes Very Wrong.

May. 22, 2015 Jason Howerton “Hashim Fannin pulled into a parking lot of an Atlanta Family Dollar store earlier this month and someone immediately slid into his passenger’s seat. “You know what this is,” the man reportedly said, seemingly letting his “victim” know it was a carjacking. Before he could say another word, Fannin pulled […]

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Surveillance Video Shows What Happens When Thugs Mess With the Wrong Concealed Carry Permit Holder.

by Dave Urbanski “Florida officials have determined that a concealed carry permit holder who fatally shot a man earlier this year acted in self-defense — and a newly released surveillance video showed how the scary scene unfolded. The clip from a Fort Myers Waffle House showed the shooter, 28-year-old Jehrardd Williams, sitting in the restaurant […]

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New military goggles combine nightvision and thermal imaging.

by Andrew Tarantola “Nightvision and thermal imaging play similar — but very distinct — roles on the modern battlefield. Soldiers utilize night vision to illuminate their darkened surroundings while thermal imaging is employed to illuminate darkened targets. But until now, soldiers have had to carry separate imaging systems for each, which negatively impacts how quickly […]

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‘A GOOD JOB': Texas cop who killed both Muslim gunmen credited with saving lives.

How many reasons do you need? They keep stacking up! How many islamic/ISSIS related arrests have to be made? How many cities have to be looted and burned down by rioters? How many innocent people have to be attacked and killed? How many reasons do you need before you encourage all your family and friends […]

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Students at Catholic University vote to allow guns on campus.

By Susan Svrluga Catholic University (Photo by Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post) Catholic University student leaders want students to be able to carry guns on campus. “A resolution in support of student carry” easily passed the school’s student government, the Student Association General Assembly, with a 16 to 11 vote. That surprised one of the […]

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BREAKING: Bans on “Assault Weapons,” Firearm Magazines Can Be Based on Feelings, Rules Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.

April 27, 2015 in FPC Blog “In a stunning 2-1 decision published today that upheld a City of Highland Park, Illinois ordinance (§136.005 of the City Code) that prohibits the possession of so-called “assault weapons” and “large‐capacity magazines,” Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Frank Easterbrook held that [a]nother constitutional principle is relevant: the Constitu‐tion […]

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I will keep this brief and to the point. Please take 1 minute to read. (re: your gun rights)

I will keep this brief and to the point. Please take 1 minute to read. Often over the last 10 years I hear people complain about the way gun owners are treated in California. As long as we all stand by and let it happen, it will keep getting worse. This email is to ask […]

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San Diego’s Newest Gun Range!

San Diego’s Finest Indoor Shooting Range Welcome to The Gun Range San Diego! They are here to ensure that you have the best experience possible every time you come to our range. Their level of customer service has set a new standard in the industry. They want to make sure that you are comfortable, well […]

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