The National Rifle Association is, as most organizations are, not perfect. They have their faults and I’d be the first to admit that some of the things that they get behind, like the bump fire ban, is downright atrocious. In an age where the anti-gunners are fighting tooth and nail to take our guns, we […]
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While perusing the World Wide Web as I usually do, loing for things to write about, I came upon a gem of an article on Vogue’s website that makes me scratch my head. Do they actually have the gall to say “should we still let children play with toy guns?” I had to read it, […]
Today Riley and Matthew interview Nami and her dad. She is a 12-year-old girl who is being taught from an early age about firearm safety, shooting, and is getting into competition shooting as well. Nami and her parents have also received some criticism for encouraging her to pursue the firearms sports. We’ll ask about that […]
Are there really two sides to every story? If you watched the media’s coverage of the #Enough Nationwide School Walkout that occurred March 15th, you would have seen the youth of our nation marching in unison to protest gun violence. The power of the event, organized under the hashtag #Enough, was so compelling that senators, mayors, […]
An off duty deputy is attacked outside his vehicle while at a gas station. His wife is in the vehicle, and is able to fire shots at the suspects. The suspects do not expect to be shot at and flee, only after braking the deputies jaw during the assault.
As far as the range, and teaching her to shoot, I will address that when and if she shows interest, at a much older age and maturity level, of course. But for now, the seeds of firearms safety have been planted