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Vermont has been an example for the rest of the country for decades when it comes to both responsible carry and gun ownership.  So it seems extremely unusual that in the middle of a pandemic, legislators in Montpelier feel compelled to devote so much energy to solving a problem that …
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Article first appeared on Ammoland.com U.S.A. –-(AmmoLand.com)- You know… Over the last few months, as we’re all returning to school, I’ve noticed the word “Safe” being brandished about in nearly every facet of our culture. Here are a few that came in just this morning: “…child feeling safe at school” “In the …
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Finally, something that actually makes sense and that I’ve said for a long, long time!  The Minnesota legislature has a bill before it that would allow for armed citizens to be able to sue businesses that declare themselves “gun free zones” if they are disarmed by that business and suffer …
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Article first appeared on Ammoland.com U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- In Wyoming, Second Amendment supporters have been working to repeal “gun free zones” for years. Bill SF0088 in Wyoming would eliminate most “gun free zones” in the state in 2020. Here are the relevant portions of the bill: (b)  Persons lawfully carrying concealed weapons …
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There is no such thing as a gun free zone. A person intent on criminal violence will not be deterred from bringing a gun to a location because of a “no guns” sign or an anti-gun statute. The only consequence of such measures is to ensure law-abiding citizens are disarmed …
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Article first appeared on Ammoland.com USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- In yet another attempt to discredit lawful gun-ownership, radical anti-rights groups like Moms Demand Action, have re-defined “The Gun Free Zone” because apparently, you had it wrong this whole time. First, lets look into the minds of the anti-gun crowd so we …
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“Since 1950, 94 percent of mass public shootings in the United States have taken place in gun-free zones, according to the Crime Prevention Research Center.” If a man driving a vehicle hits a man and injures or kills him, is the company that built the vehicle to be held responsible for …
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The key in Tulsa is who legally owns the land? Who, if anyone, pays taxes on it? Mere transfer of administrative authority does not allow a public entity to sever the ability of the people to exercise their Constitutional rights on that land.
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On Thursday of last week, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton spoke out on licenses for handguns and security teams in churches, but he failed to recognize that the God-given rights of the people he is to serve neither requires his nor the states’ approval nor their paid permission. AG Paxton was …
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In Ohio, House Representatives have made strides in pushing back against the unconstitutional demands that make victims of us all called “Gun Free Zones.”  They have passed a bill that would allows those with concealed carry permits to ignore “Gun Free Zones,” something that we should be doing anyway under …
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