A woman fears getting killed by her abusive husband and applies to the court to help her. Normally I would not have a problem with that. I would probably teach her how to handle a gun safely.
I would also instruct her in some quick tactical methods to protect herself in case the police do not respond to a 911 call in time. Unless they are already at her door, they would not be able to arrive in time to thwart a husband who decided to kill his wife. Even if they were at her door, they could be too late, as it takes only seconds or less to be killed. Read more »
Firearms owners have overwhelmingly recognized this trend in government and are acting to preserve their rights. Their efforts are seen in the stock market. Smith and Wesson Holdings Corp has reported quarterly profits of $2.4 million. Last year, the same quarter recorded a loss of $1.8 million. Upon announcing its profits, which were well above what was expected, shares rose 10%. Read more »
We should repeal the 1934 National Firearms Act. The Heller decision is just the start of our fight to protect the Second Amendment.
Someone asked what was “Plan B” if we lose the next fight. The reply is: “Plan B is right here in this room!”
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