Is the popularity of hunting hurting deer?
Piers Morgan is just one of the many anti-gunners that want to take away the 2nd Amendment from the people of America. It’s one thing for Americans to have debates on gun control, but when someone from another country is pushing for the removal of the teeth of the Constitution they are attacking America. The UN Arms Treaty is one heated topic right now, but the incident in Colorado I fear is just priming the air for the Gun Control legislation that President Obama has been waiting for.
Piers Morgan is from Great Britain, and feels he is an expert because they “don’t have guns in the streets of England.” While I could go on and on about the crime rates in England and how the empire covered the four corners of the globe, I won’t. You are at the site dedicated to firearms, and for the sake of this article we’ll assume you understand that “less firearms doesn’t equal less crime!”
Twelve people lost their lives, and several others have been injured. I encourage all that before making a rash statement via twitter, don’t. You can’t take those back, as millions of people that are on the social networking site. We need to learn all the facts, before making legislation that we can’t take back and more lives are lost.
I’ll leave you with a few of the twitter posts he made, along with an interview he did in 2011 with Ted Nuggent.
“More Americans will buy guns after this, to defend themselves, and so the dangerous spiral descends. When/how does it stop?”
Piers Morgan Twitter
Gun control advocates would have you believe that the right to defend yourself is just a cowardly act to allow everyone to carry a firearm. They want to tell you that only police officers should carry firearms, and they can be there to protect you. They feel that if you or someone you love gets hurt it’s okay, because you didn’t respond back in a violent way. I have news for those gun-control bureaucrats; gun control doesn’t work, wake up and look at the facts! American’s don’t want the right to keep and bear arms to harm the ones they love; Americans want the tools to PROTECT their families! Jay Lewis’ life was interrupted because his local laws don’t respect his rights to protect himself and his property. This is a brief summary of what happened that late Saturday October night.
It seems that Freedom Arms is buying as many gun manufactures as possible these days. It’s becoming to find a company that has anything worthwhile to offer the public not being courted by Freedom Arms, Inc. In their most recent acquisition the have purchased Para USA, based in Pineville, North Carolina. Para has become one of the industry’s finest 1911 manufacture. Para was started in 1985, and became extremel popular with their double stack frame, and their trademarked light double action trigger systems.
It should be interesting to see how Freedom Arms uses the new company in their collection of large and noteworthy companies.
Groupon has gained worldwide attention for being able to offer local deals for about 50% of the normal price. This seems like a great opportunity for a local business to make some quick cash, but there have been many reporting that it has caused the businesses to actually lose money to the “Groupon Affect”. Some even claim it being the reason for the business had to close its doors. Although that alone should cause concern when supporting such a site, here comes the next strike against them. They are simply anti-firearm. They refuse to do any business with the National Rifle Association, or any firearm business. You could suppose this is to not cause any ruffling of feathers, but I believe it has causing a ground movement to be against Groupon.
Here are a few alternatives to Pro-Firearm deal sites that stand behind the 2nd Amendment, and more importantly morals while doing business.
GearHog – They offer a daily deal usually at 50% of the normal cost, and every Sunday has a giveaway that is free to enter. Highly recommended.
SlickGuns – A culmination of the entire great firearm deals on the Internet. If you are looking for a firearm, I suggest searching here first.
Recently I was introduced to ATV riding for recreational use. It was quite a bit of fun, and exhilarating. I was lucky enough to be introduced to ATV riding at a park close to the Air Force base in Goldsboro, NC. The trails were amazing, the on-site mechanic, helped my buddy fix a small problem before riding and we were set. I had never really gone off-roading unless you count going 4x4ing in the sands at the beach going off road. After seeing the ATV I was riding go through mud pits, climb giant dunes, and just cruise along on the paths, I saw great potential taking an ATV hunting in the middle of great farm land I plan to hit up in a few weeks. Before I just run off with the ATV I had purchased, there are a few tweaks I need to do, just for the hunting part of things.
It’s finally here!
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Imagine it’s a Saturday morning, and you need to go to the local auto parts store to pick up oil and filter so you can change the oil in your wife’s car. Sure you rather be fishing or even at a local range, but when the honey-do list is set, there is no way around it. You arrive at the store, and get the filter and oil simply standing in line when a wood-be masked robber comes in wielding a .357 magnum revolver, demanding cash. Another customer responds by taking his legally concealed firearm, shots were fired. A window was shot, and the would-be robber is wounded in the leg. The robber is stumbles out into the parking lot, where the police later catch up with him.
How would you respond to this situation? Would you thank the customer that was legally carrying concealed, or would you publicly belittle his actions?
Universities across the nation “attempt” to protect young people by not allowing valid licensed conceal carry holders the right to carry concealed on their campuses. This was put into the national spotlight, when a former Marine was suspended from an Oregon University in 2009. The former Marine turned student was arrested for possessing a firearm in a public building, which the district attorney dropped would later drop all charges in the matter.