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MrColionNoir talks about rights and feelings:

MrColionNoir-ENDO-Keep-CalmI love MrColionNoir as much as the next, but the comments guys are leaving on his videos lately are so fruity it’s hilarious.  Sure the comments are in jest, but doesn’t proper netiquette dictate you should at least write *no homo* or *pause* after you type something like “oOOOOooooooo my man crush, lets go half on a baby sir. xoxoxo”?

Thoughts?

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Why didn’t they offer this at my University?

Not like I didn’t do it anyway, rather than selling the books back to the university bookstore for a ridiculously low amount.

Sounds like an awesome way to introduce new shooters to the wonderful world of guns, and start the summer off with a bang.

Pretty sweet that the $20 fee includes the use of the firearms, hearing protection, eye protection, and NRA certified instructors. I wonder if you bring your own ammo, or if they have it for sale there?

The Ohio University 2nd Amendment Club has a crude website set up if you are doubting their existence.  The book shoot is announced on the events page.

Pretty funny counter poster with Levar Burton.

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In a promo for his new movie “Killers”, Ashton Kutcher has the following video running when connecting to random people on ChatRoulette:

[youtube width=”560″ height=”340″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayrwCcGiQ-U[/youtube]

Good to see he has excellent taste in guns. His Glock is definitely a compact model, and by the look of the barrel when it’s pointing at the camera, and the cartridge when he holding it, I’d have to say it’s likely a G23 (.40 caliber).

The gun in the video is likey the one he keeps under his bed, which I blogged about a few days ago HERE.

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I always like that guy, but this seals the deal:

“You have to have a gun under your bed,” Kutcher said. “…I don’t have security.”

Full Story – HERE

He’s one of us.

The statement he made was in an ABC news interview when asked about a radical new promo he was doing on Chat Roulette, for his new movie Killers.

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The National Rifle Association has been taking a low profile when it comes to the firearms freedom acts that have been passed by seven state legislatures and spawned a growing legal fight between those states, some gun advocates and the U.S. Justice Department.

The firearms freedom act was first launched last year in the Montana Legislature, pushed by local gun advocates. The law states that guns made and sold within a state’s borders are exempt from federal gun control under Congress’ authority to regulate interstate commerce.

Full Story – HERE

The states that have enacted the firearms freedom act so far:

  • Montana
  • Idaho
  • Wyoming
  • South Dakota
  • Utah
  • Arizona
  • Tennessee

I previously reported on the Firearms freedom act in the following two posts:

Firearms Freedom Act – So NFA rules do not apply?

ATF laughs at your Firearms Freedom Act

What are your thoughts?  Are you disappointed that the NRA so far isn’t stepping up?

More info on the Firearms Freedom Act – HERE

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After reading Josh’s comment in the previous Leonard Embody related post here on my blog, I was browsing through the list of crazy laws he linked to, and came up with the following in Google Maps:

With his weapon carry permit revoked, Leonard Embody (kwikrnu) is now setting out on a road trip around the U.S.A. to challenge other obscure laws in hopes of being arrested and getting rich off a wrongful arrest lawsuit settlement. (Click to view map)

I picked out on the most obscure items that were apparently legal, just to prove the point.

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