Archive | August, 2015

The Pro 2A Freedom Festival

The event will be Saturday September 12th from 1pm to 7 pm. Attendance is free, but we will be having food trucks and an ice cream truck for all the attendees to purchase and we will be selling raffle tickets as well. Multiple guest speakers including Dave Maynard, our master instructor and retired Navy Seal, […]

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Packing heat in Detroit: Motown residents answer police chief’s call to arms.

By Perry Chiaramonte Published August 21, 2015 FoxNews.com “Detroit resident Darrell Standberry doesn’t navigate streets of the Motor City without his licensed handgun, and it already has saved his life once. “I never leave home without my weapon,” he said. “You never know when or what you’ll encounter.” It was 2011, when Standberry stopped at […]

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Florida gun range given green light to serve alcohol, food.

Published August 21, 2015 FoxNews.com “A gun range connected to a restaurant that will serve alcohol has been allowed to open in Daytona Beach, Fla., following concern by city planners. City commissioners Wednesday night approved a measure almost unanimously that will allow for Volusia Top Gun– a 12-lane gun range and restaurant–to serve alcohol. According […]

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With a Wife and 8-Month-Old Son to Protect, Armed Texas Dad Proved to Be More Than Two Suspected Home Intruders Could Handle

By Jon Street “Two masked intruders forced their way into a Texas home. Then, they met a man ready to protect his wife and baby. Kenrich Dickson was at his house in East Dallas, Texas, around 11 a.m. Tuesday when he said two men banged on the unlocked back door so hard the key frame […]

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Los Angeles Mayor signs confiscatory firearm magazine ban into law

by Chris Eger “In 60 days, there will be no such thing as a legally grandfathered civilian-owned magazine capable of holding more than 10 rounds in Los Angeles. Mayor Eric Garcetti signed the citywide ordinance Friday prohibiting the ownership of what the state deems large-capacity detachable firearm magazines. The controversial measure was introduced by City […]

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‘Gun Violence Tax’ It’s Meant to ‘Run Gun Stores Out of Seattle’

by Liz Klimas “The Seattle City Council this week unanimously approved a “gun violence tax” and a measure to require reporting of lost or stolen firearms. The 8-0 vote Monday afternoon on the tax that will be imposed on those purchasing firearms will provide revenue for gun violence prevention programs. The city expects the tax […]

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No Easier Way To Beat Gun Control!

Many of you know that we here at “The Shooters Hangout” and “Gun Owners of California” have been working hard the past 6 months fighting the knuckleheads at the city of Carlsbad trying to get them to allow a new gun range in Carlsbad. Many at the city supported us but we were outvoted each […]

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Intruder fatally shot after toddler informs dad ‘a robber’s here’

by Jennifer Cruz “A 22-year-old man is dead after he barged into a family’s home in the small town of Eldorado, Ohio, last week while armed with a handgun in what appeared to be an attempted robbery. The homeowner’s children were apparently playing outside around 6:30 p.m. July 10 when their 3-year-old child came running […]

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Newest Gun Shop in Poway, CA

BY EMILY SORENSEN POMERADO NEWSPAPER GROUP Southwest Guns and Gear, at 12759 Poway Road, on the second floor, opened at the beginning of June and has been enjoying good business ever since. “It’s been good,” said Chris Ewell, who owns and operates the store with his wife, Holli. “The community seems to be delighted that […]

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Connecticut State Police Finally Admit Open Carry is Lawful

“State Police admit in no uncertain terms that there is nothing unlawful about NOT concealing your firearm in public.” Connecticut –-(Ammoland.com)- It comes as no surprise to the well informed gun owners across the state, but the State Police are finally admitting something they have been reticent to do so far: There is no requirement […]

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