Suggested Second Amendment Guarantee Act Improvements

Give Me Liberty

H/T AmmoLand.

By Roger J. Katz, Attorney at Law and Stephen L. D’Andrilli

Second Amendment Guarantee Act
Suggested Second Amendment Guarantee Act Improvements
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Arbalest Quarrel

New York, NY  -(Ammoland.com)- Now is the time to get meaningful Federal Second Amendment protections passed into law: Let’s tune the Second Amendment Guarantee Act (“SAGA”) up to do the job.

“In questions of power, then, let no more be heard of confidence in man, but bind him down from mischief by the chains of the Constitution.” Thomas Jefferson, Resolutions Relative to the Alien and Sedition Acts, in 1 The Founders’ Constitution 292 (Philip Kurland & Ralph Lerner eds., 1987).

Our fundamental rights, as codified in our Nation’s Bill of Rights, are under constant assault. Nowhere is this more in evidence than in the continuous, contentious, cavalcade of laws emanating on the State and federal and local governmental levels—laws that slowly but inexorably chip and whittle away at…

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August Gun Background Checks High in Trump Era

Give Me Liberty

H/T AmmoLand.

I did my part to help raise the number of background checks in August.

By Dean Weingarten

August Gun Background Checks High in Trump Era
August Gun Background Checks High in Trump Era
Dean Weingarten
Dean Weingarten

Arizona -(Ammoland.com)- – The Trump era of the National Instant Criminal Background Check System  (NICS) checks has had eight months of high sales.  The record for NICS checks was set in 2017, with over 27 million NICS checks for the year. 2015 was the second highest year for NICS Checks with over 23 million checks done.

The National Instant Background Check System (NICS) checks were 1,925,146 in August of 2017.  There were 16,268,794 since January 1, more checks than all of 2010. In 2016 the number was 17,880,475 at the end of August. Through August 2015, they were 13,812,485.  The 2017 August figure is 1.04% of the 2016 NICS checks and 110% of the 2015 NICS checks.

Firearm sales…

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Should Conservatives Boycott Hollywood Films? Newsbusters.org ^ | September 23, 2017 | Christian Toto

You Hungry?

Around here, there is only a two day stockpile until markets go empty. At least I know how to fish.

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Yeah, what sounds good to you? Eh, I don’t know, what sounds good to you?

Common questions around lunchtime in America.  We are so spoiled by our abundance of food that we cannot comprehend real hunger, or a shortage of choices for lunch or dinner.   So, how do you put back enough cheeseburgers, toaster goodies, Twinkies, or bags of chips to survive the zombie apocalypse?  Maybe we should change our paradigm and start thinking of how to live on less, produce our own food, protect our supplies from marauders, and hopefully have some ability to help others. 

whole foodsFirst, we  need to accept what can happen in our ‘just in time’ delivery world.  Once you realize that when TSHTF, it will be worse that you ever imagined, even as a prepper, then you need to get past the f ear mongering and start making viable plans to survive, and help others…

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Firearms in the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

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One reason I have not been blogging as much as I would like lately is because I have been on the road more than usual. But even when I am traveling for pleasure I keep my eyes open for guns and gun culture. And sometimes I find them in the unexpected places. Like the Montreal Musee des Beaux-Arts (Museum of Fine Arts).

Display of miniature firearms by David Kucer at Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Photo by David Yamane

In the permanent collection, I found a display of miniature firearms made by a Poland-born Montrealer David Kucer. The artistry and craftsmanship is stunning.

Regular size pen in foreground to suggest size. Photo by David Yamane

Pen in foreground to show scale. Photo by David Yamane

The museum also had a special exhibition running called “You Say You Want a Revolution,” which explored the cultural ferment of the 1960s around the…

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