Incendiary Image of the Day: CA Ammo Registration Petition Hits 25%

Voters “deserve” the “right” to bypass Congress to disarm civilians (a.k.a., Safety for All)? I’m not so sure about that. Is that a right like the natural, civil and Constitutionally protected right to keep and bear arms? The last part of that, the Constitution, is, thank God, a barrier to mob rule, which is, apparently, a right. The Second Amendment Defense Committee reminds us exactly what California Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsmen plans to do to his citizens’ gun rights . . . Here’s what Gavin’s anti-gun ballot initiative will really do: BAN all standard (“high-capacity”) magazines, even “grandfathered” mags BAN online and mail order / catalog ammunition…
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BREAKING: Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Dies At Texas Hunting Ranch

“An El Paso source close to Supreme Justice Antonin Scalia [reports] the 79-year-old died in his sleep last night after a day of quail hunting at Cibolo Creek Ranch outside of Marfa, Texas,” kvia.com reports. “Scalia was the longest-serving current Justice on the Supreme Court. He was appointed by President Ronald Reagan in 1986.” Our condolences to his family and friends. Justice Scalia was a pro-gun rights advocate. He delivered the majority opinion in the Heller decision affirming the individual right to keep and bear arms, joined by . . . Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. and by Justices Anthony M. Kennedy, Clarence Thomas and Samuel A. Alito Jr. What happens…
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BREAKING: Supreme Court Justice Anton Scalia Dies At Texas Hunting Ranch

“An El Paso source close to Supreme Justice Antonin Scalia [reports] the 79-year-old died in his sleep last night after a day of quail hunting at Cibolo Creek Ranch outside of Marfa, Texas,” kvia.com reports. “Scalia was the longest-serving current Justice on the Supreme Court. He was appointed by President Ronald Reagan in 1986.” Our condolences to his family and friends. Justice Scalia was solidly pro-gun rights. For example, he delivered the majority opinion in the Heller decision affirming the individual right to keep and bear arms, joined by . . . Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. and by Justices Anthony M. Kennedy, Clarence Thomas and Samuel A. Alito Jr….
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Armed Robber’s Arm Ripped Off By Victim

“Through the app Wallapop, gunman Zachary Sam and seller Philippe Pierre, 39, had arranged to meet up at 1 p.m. Friday in Canarsie,” nypost.com reports. “But when Pierre showed up, asking $490 for a pair of Air Jordan 8 Retro sneakers, the teen crook pulled out a gun and demanded the kicks for free [ED: ?] inside Pierre’s gray Honda Pilot.” All Hell broke loose . . . Pierre stepped on the gas pedal, but Sam, who lives nearby, jumped out of his car at the intersection of East 86th Street and Avenue M, sources said. Instead of speeding off, Pierre…
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National Post: Canada’s the Land of “Responsible Gun Nuts”

“After the United States, Canada is one of the largest owners of private guns in the developed world,” Canada’s National Post reports. “There’s about 31 guns for every 100 people, putting Canada in 12th place worldwide — and only three guns short of the rate of firearm ownership in war-torn Iraq.” Uh, good for them! “But compared to our American neighbours, Canadians are disproportionately skilled at keeping these guns from killing people.” Wait. What? Click here or on the image above for the video explanation. And the answer is . . . “Pistols . . . come with their own strict…
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National Post: Canada’s the Land of “Responsible Gun Nuts”

“After the United States, Canada is one of the largest owners of private guns in the developed world,” Canada’s National Post reports. “There’s about 31 guns for every 100 people, putting Canada in 12th place worldwide — and only three guns short of the rate of firearm ownership in war-torn Iraq.” Uh, good for them! “But compared to our American neighbours, Canadians are disproportionately skilled at keeping these guns from killing people.” Wait. What? Click here or on the image above for the video explanation. And the answer is . . . “Pistols . . . come with their own strict…
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Question of the Day: What Firearms Path Did You Take?

Reader Adub must be in a contemplative mood. He recently looked back at the long and winding road he took from his first gun purchase to where he is now and decided that flowcharting the process might be illustrative, if not instructive. We all have our own histories, ballistically speaking, whether you learned to shoot at your Grandpa’s knee and accumulate a lifetime of boomsticks or you bought your first gun in your 40’s and that constitutes your entire collection. What does your firearms path look like? The post Question of the Day: What Firearms Path Did You Take? appeared first…
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