Is the Kineti-Tch Trigger right for your Glock? 99%
09 Feb 2017

Kineti-Tech Glock Trigger Review

Can you improve upon per­fec­tion? Any­one who has a Glock pis­tol knows that they are per­fect the way they come from the fac­to­ry. Any shoot­er, with min­i­mal train­ing can pick one up, study and under­stand the three points of safe­ty and become pro­fi­cient in under 10 min­utes. That is what

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Reciprocity right thing for state gun licenses
29 Jan 2017

Reciprocity Right Thing For State Gun Licenses

From Tra­cy Press — With the elec­tion of Don­ald Trump as our pres­i­dent, gun rights advo­cates are get­ting all fired up at the pos­si­bil­i­ty of a nation­al con­cealed car­ry reci­procity bill. Car­ry­ing a con­cealed weapon has long been reg­u­lat­ed by the indi­vid­ual states. In New York or Illi­nois, it is

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17 Dec 2016

The Constitution May Require States To Recognize Each Other’s Firearms Permits.

From Nation­al Review — It seems like­ly that Trump’s vic­to­ry, cou­pled with the Repub­li­can major­i­ty in Con­gress, may soon bear fruit for many gun own­ers. Though the pres­i­­dent-elect is more than a month away from tak­ing office, reports are already cir­cu­lat­ing about leg­is­la­tion draft­ed by Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Richard Hud­son (R., N.C.)

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03 Dec 2016

Florida Expansion Of Gun Rights Possible In Upcoming Session

From Sun Sen­tine — lBe­fore long, you could find your­self walk­ing up to a tick­et counter in an air­port behind some­one legal­ly car­ry­ing a firearm. The same on a col­lege cam­pus. Or in your kids’ school. Flori­da law pre­vents con­cealed car­ry per­mit hold­ers from car­ry­ing their weapons in more than

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OSU students want the right to carry on campus.
01 Dec 2016

After Terrorist Attack, OSU Students Want The Right to Carry On Campus

In the wake of the hor­rif­ic Ohio State Uni­ver­si­ty knife inci­dent that left 11 peo­ple injured and the sus­pect killed, an OSU stu­dent orga­ni­za­tion is tak­ing mat­ters into its own hands— the stu­dents’ right to self-defense, to be more spe­cif­ic. Image Cred­it: Stu­dents for Con­cealed Car­ry Buck­eyes for Con­cealed Car­ry on Cam­pus, a

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Democrats vow to filibuster national reciprocity
01 Dec 2016

Democrtas Vow Filibuster On National Reciprocity

From CrimeSearch.org — The fig­ure above shows the 32 states that hon­or a Penn­syl­va­nia con­cealed car­ry per­mit (res­i­dent).  Inter­est­ed read­ers can look up where oth­er state per­mits are hon­ored here. Since the Novem­ber 8th elec­tion, there has been some hope that nation­al reci­procity for con­cealed hand­gun per­mits would be sim­i­lar

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15 Nov 2016

Local Gun-Carrying Restrictions May Be Wiped Out Under Trump

From The­Guardian — If Con­gress pass­es a fed­er­al right-to-car­ry law, New York tourists could find them­selves able to car­ry con­cealed weapons around the city With Don­ald Trump in the White House, tourists from oth­er states may soon be able to bring their guns to shops of Fifth Avenue, the plaza

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Permitless carry is a ntural born right.
06 Oct 2016

More States Allowing Permitless Carry: Self Defense A ‘Natural Born’ Right

From The Wash­ing­ton Times — Amid the ris­ing num­ber of Amer­i­cans licensed to car­ry a con­cealed hand­gun, more states are pass­ing laws that don’t require a per­mit to car­ry firearms, embrac­ing the view that self-defense is a “nat­ur­al born” right. Mis­souri became the fourth state this year to approve a

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Discrimination against gun owners.
06 Oct 2016

Refusing Gun Owners Service Is Discrimination

From Nia­gra Gazette — You’ve heard enough about the first debate. Hillary won it, Don­ald lost it. How many times did he fran­ti­cal­ly ask some­body — any­body! — to call Sean Han­ni­ty? So let’s talk about inequal­i­ty instead, but not the ver­sion we con­stant­ly hear about dur­ing the cam­paign, about

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Armed citizens could help prevent mass shootings.
25 Sep 2016

Gun Rights Advocates React To Mall Shooting

From NW New Net­work — Gun rights advo­cates say Fri­day night’s dead­ly shoot­ing at the Cas­cade Mall in Burling­ton, Wash­ing­ton is an exam­ple of why law-abid­ing cit­i­zens should con­sid­er arm­ing them­selves and why malls and busi­ness­es shouldn’t ban firearms on the premis­es. “If there would have been a pro-Sec­ond Amend­ment

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