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Article first appeared at – Post-apocalyptic fiction and survival nonfiction book publisher Prepper Press announces the release of its most recent book, Air Rifles: A Buyer’s and Shooter’s Guide. Air-powered guns offer many useful possibilities for informed shooters. First, we can mail-order both airguns and their ammunition, which don’t

Article first appeared at – The National Rifle Association issued the following statement in support of Maine resident Harvey Lembo’s legal efforts to protect his Second Amendment rights. Lembo filed suit in Maine Superior Court today seeking a permanent injunction prohibiting his landlord from evicting him for exercising his

Article first appeared at – The political circus returned to Lansing recently. The Gangbanger Protection Act of 2015 (Senate Bill 611) is an attack on everyone’s fundamental human right to self-defense. This bill starts by repealing Michigan’s Self-Defense Act, which became law in 2006 with broad bipartisan support and

Article first appeared at – On Wednesday, Nov. 18th, at 1pm the House Justice Appropriations Subcommittee will hear the Licensed Open Carry bill. Committee members need to hear from you now. It does not matter if you ever intend to carry unconcealed, this is one of the most important

Article first appeared at – Professor Paul has been telling you to do this one thing for several years… All armed citizens and shooting enthusiasts could use more ammo, right? First, watch the video below, then continue reading for more information on how to win FREE Ammunition. Professor Paul

Article first appeared at – Meprolight – a leading manufacturer of electro-optical systems, thermal and night vision equipment, Laser Range Finder systems, and Self-Illuminated sights for military, law enforcement and civil applications – was selected by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) as the sole supplier of the next generation

In this column, A1F Daily trains its watchdog eye on The Trace, Michael Bloomberg’s new anti-“gun news” site.  The Trace has failed its college exam. In a feature titled, “The Numbers on Arming College Students Show Risks Outweigh Benefits,” Trace authors Evan DeFilippis and Devin Hughes earned failing grades in

Sixty-seven-year-old Harvey Lembo of Rockland, Maine, is disabled and relies on a motorized wheelchair to get around. His helplessness, coupled with the stash of prescription drugs that he needs to get through the day, has made him an attractive target for criminals: In six years he has been robbed six

Article first appeared at – The most critical component in self-defense is not a gun, it is a determined mind. The would-be victim in this case had both the will and the tool to stop a rapist from completing his assault. That led us to a question from a

Article first appeared at – SB-344 Burden of Proof  by Sen. Rob Bradley is scheduled to be heard in the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Criminal Justice on Wednesday, November 18, 2015 at 10:00AM. SB-344 Burden of Proof restores the Stand Your Ground law to the original intent of the