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Click to enlarge Next Post Coming Soon…▶ We’ve heard it a hundred times, but I still smile when I hear it the 101st. From NSSF . . . NEWTOWN, Conn. — The National Shooting Sports Foundation® (NSSF®), the firearm industry trade association, revealed that at least 5.4 million people purchased a firearmRead More →

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(AP Photo/Dan Sewell) Next Post Coming Soon…▶ By Larry Keane Antigun think tanks and politicians push narratives that private citizens don’t “need” firearms for self-defense…so they shouldn’t have them. That narrative has fallen apart over the past two years of rampant rioting and civil unrest as the same groups calledRead More →

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Shutterstock Next Post Coming Soon…▶   By Larry Keane Gun owners beware. Certain members of Congress believe if an individual buys too many guns, too much ammunition, or too many accessories, that person is a potentially dangerous criminal or a “domestic terrorist.” They also want banks to tell on anyoneRead More →

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Next Post Coming Soon…▶ In 2017, Ralphie found his life’s mission. In the past, some gun producers, like Thompson/Center, have been staggeringly candid about their bid to appeal to younger consumers. For instance, in a review of Thompson/Center’s child-friendly gun “Hotshot,” the company’s director of marketing quoted back in 2014:Read More →

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Bigstock By Larry Keane It’s been widely established that law-abiding Americans are buying firearms at record levels. No one disputes it. Gun control groups decry the trend. Supporters of the Second Amendment celebrate it. But during the past 18 months, the fact is a historic number of Americans have takenRead More →

Between the ongoing civil disorder in various cities, the release of thousands of convicted criminals to “protect” them from COVID-19, and the ongoing defund-the-police movement, millions of people have suddenly discovered a need for defensive implements. About five million, according to best estimates (as of early October, 2020). Many ofRead More →