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I wonder how many people get shot every year attempting something this stupid:


LOL the attackers gun might be booby trapped?

Note to self: Pack the slide, and rack the action if I decide I want to used the gun against the attacker.

I really wish they would start using airsoft guns (at the very least) to show how the attacker is likely going to be able to get multiple shots off, and not just easily have the gun twisted from his hand.

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This city, half an hour’s drive north of Atlanta, is unique: it is the only place in America where it is compulsory to own a gun. In 1982, Kennesaw City Council unanimously passed an ordinance requiring households to own at least one firearm with ammunition. The law states that its purpose is to “protect the safety, security and general welfare of the city and its inhabitants”.

The article is definitely worth reading – HERE

Oh and surprise surprise, the crime rate is low there relative to similar sized towns near by. I wonder why? *sarcasm*

Good to see perfect trigger discipline in all of the pictures for a change.

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Miami, FL – Nayara Goncalves already experienced one of the “biggest moments” of her life: becoming a Christian.

The second came last Friday, when the 20-year-old cellphone store manager put her good works to good use — persuading a would-be armed robber to put away his gun and leave her store in the name of the Lord.

Full Story – HERE

Wow, pretty intense.  I kept thinking the robber was going to shoot himself.

“You don’t need to do this, Jesus is coming soon… Go to YouTube, watch the videos”  I had to laugh at that… what a sign of the times when someone is told to check out YouTube to learn about religion.

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Asheville, North Carolina – Regional Airport police arrested a 23-year-old Ohio man who was carrying a handgun and listening to police radio scanners near the runway around the time President Barack Obama’s flight was leaving Asheville, according to investigators.

Joseph Sean McVey, 23, of Coshocton, Ohio, is charged with going armed in terror of the public, a misdemeanor, said Asheville Regional Airport Police Capt. Kevan Smith.

Full Story – HERE

So showing up to “talk” to the president with a handgun, a fake ass police car, no valid license, and rifle scope dope is only a misdemeanor? I would have assumed it would be been treated a lot more seriously.   The article said McVey was just in the parking lot though, so I guess it wasn’t considered an imminent threat.

I also wonder why he was monitoring police frequencies, and had digital cameras mounted on his front and rear windows.  It would make sense if he works for a security company, because all that equipment would probably be standard in some company cars.

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A ninja, a fake gun, and some fart humor… what’s not to like? :P

Source – White Ninja Comics

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OldladyGunSupressor

Ever wanted to know what the regulations were from state to state when travelling with a gun?

Dustin from Dustin’s Gun Blog has a great list of links he complied that will help you out – HERE

There is even a sweet looking iPhone app.

Travel Safe… Travel Armed… (Damn that was good, I should copyright that motto :P)

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