I saw today that Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) says he is planning to introduce legislation that would require FBI background checks for civilians to purchase body armor. I read it three times thinking I must have misread something. After all why would anyone want to make illegal a purely defensive tool? Well, apparently Sen. Chuch Schumer […]
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Today, Jacob & Matthew discuss 5 common pieces of gun control legislation and the simple but truthful reasons we shouldn’t support them. In addition to the proposal specifics, they also insights behind the approach to having these discussions with others!
In today’s news: Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signs campus carry legislation into law, Texas LTC permit prices are going down, Florida passes legislation that finally removes the 3-day waiting period on handgun purchases, and . Plus we cover some fantastic JUSTIFIED stories today including one where a man stops an assault and robbery against his […]
Everyone is talking about banning assault rifles but its far complicated to do than to say. This article explores the challenges in defining an assault rifle.
So next time you get into one of “those conversations” try to remind the person that while we may not agree on the solution, we do recognize that there is a problem and we are just as passionate about trying to address it as they are.
There seems to be a group of people out there who are calling for capacity limitations because they feel us normal people (non-criminals) don’t have any need for high capacity mags and they tend to feel that of all the draconian gun legislation they would like to pass this is one that is lower hanging […]