The video production by National Association for Gun Rights, explaining what Constitutional Carry is, and how it differs from the governmental farce of national reciprocity, that will cause a feder…
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1. The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. Mostly they’ve annoyed me in their misguided majority opinion that the most popular style of rifle currently purchased in the United States for sport shooting and home defense is, in their opinion, “most useful in military service.” That would be a fine point of contention, I suppose, if anyone, anywhere actually employed the AR-15 in actual military service… which in my mind is a pretty good indication that military service is, in fact, not where it is most useful. 325 more words
Attention Ms. Chase:
- You have a Constitutional right to own a firearm. A home or car is not a Constitutional right.
- You do NOT have to purchase insurance (unless you are financing in which case it is usually required). 430 more words
If you’re involved in the shooting sports, you know how pricey they can be. From the purchase of your gun, to ammunition, to targets, it seems every time you turn around you’re reaching for your wallet. 23 more words