The Ultimate Guide to Pelican Protector Gun Cases

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One of the most important aspects of responsible gun ownership is storing your firearm. A hard gun case that can suffer abuse and stand the test of time, and that is what a company like Pelican is known for. Whether you have known about Pelican Protector cases, or just recently came across them as a result of a search, one thing that you may have noticed is that Pelican has an overwhelming number of choices. This guide will help you … Read More

Share the Safety with the NRA and Smith & Wesson

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Have you heard of the “Share the Safety” program? It’s a new program partnership from the NRA and Smith & Wesson that is essentially a Buy One Get One (BOGO) deal for handguns. But before the anti-gun nuts start screaming about building up arsenals, the free firearm doesn’t go to you. It goes to a citizen who lives in an urban, high-crime area who can afford to purchase firearm protection for themselves. So yeah, it’s really Buy One, Give One. … Read More

Watch Clerk Stop Robber Instantly

This clip is a few years old, but it goes to show how armed citizens can deter, and even prevent crime. Criminals are criminals because they ignore the law. They have no concern for it. They seek to circumvent it in order to get what they want. Taking away a citizen’s right to bear arms only makes it easier for criminals to get what they want. I could go on, but this video makes my point for me.

Classic Example of Liberal Tolerance – Not!

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This is just another example of how close the United States is to adopting this same sort of “tolerance” toward the freedom of speech. It’s a slippery slope, and the further we slide down it, the tougher it is going to be to climb back up. Governments do not let go of control unless they are compelled to… There is another arrest in the United Kingdom for criminal speech, a crime that is on the rise in the West to … Read More

Narcissist Defaces National Park and Brags About It

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We have previously discussed the increasing appearance of graffiti in our national and state parks. As is well known on his blog, hiking is my passion and there is nothing more crushing than to see juvenile carvings and writings on trees and rocks in parks. Indeed, today I am heading to New Mexico for a […] via California Woman Defaces Seven National Parks with Graffiti and Then Brags About Her Crimes On Social Media . . . Given Only Probation and … Read More

An Old Dog Tries a New Trick

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Hey. My name’s Grandpa Ray. And this old dog is trying a new trick. I learned to shoot when I was six, and since then, hunting has taken up a large portion of my life. It doesn’t matter what season it is; if I’m allowed to bag it, then I’d be out there. Made my wife a deer widow every year since we got married. And she was usually happier for it. Thing is, now that I’m older, I don’t … Read More