Saturday, September 16, 2017
As Sacramento allocates $1.5 million to pay gang members to not murder each other, we continued doing the hard work to save the Second Amendment in this hard-earned Week of Freedom.
Tucson Comes To Its Senses On Gun DestructionStacy Washington describes how Tucson City Council members reluctantly stopped breaking a law against destroying confiscated and turned-in firearms.
When Fighting Back Saves Your LifeNRATV host Cam Edwards explores the danger of leaving your life in the hands of violent criminals with guns.
Exercise Your Freedom | Reloading, Part 11: The Last Step—CrimpingThe last of seven steps in the reloading process gets us perilously close to “bang.”
SHARE Act Critical To Hunters And ShootersA new measure introduced in the U.S. Congress would reduce several burdensome regulations on America’s sportsmen and women.
SHARE Act Brings Renewed Attack On SuppressorsInclusion of the Hearing Protection Act in the new Sportsmen’s Heritage and Recreational Enhancement Act has some anti-gunners in the media going berserk.
Sacramento Offers Cash To CriminalsFrequent contributor Stacy Washington looks at a plan in Sacramento allocating $1.5 million to pay gang members not to kill each other.
Anti-Gun Politicians: Blocking Out The Facts About SuppressorsAWR Hawkins explains the anti-gun Left’s losing battle to convince people that firearm suppressors are really silencers and should be heavily regulated.
Carry Life | Natural Point Of Aim: Cure-All Or Boondoggle?There are lots of good techniques out there, but don’t let any of them interfere with essentials.
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