Monthly Archives: April 2012
Robb is calling out the anti-gun zealots who are longing for a repeat of Hitler’s personal defensive weapon confiscation. My lovely and understanding wife has allocated some $$$ to me to use in procuring the item of my choice so long as I ask … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I was asked to write an editorial for the Daytona Beach News Journal about Stand Your Ground. It turns out that there was also an Op-Ed by none other than anti-safety Florida State Senator Chris Smith. Sen. Smith … Continue reading
http://www.floridacarry.org/litigation/21-statecourt/45-florida-carry-sues-over-university-parking-lot-gun-ban On October 3rd, 2011 Florida Carry, Inc. filed a lawsuit against the University of North Florida (UNF), seeking a permanent injunction to stop the university from enforcing its unlawful ban on firearms and other defensive weapons. We also asked … Continue reading
Stand Your Ground – Support The Right to Fight Back. We need boots on the ground for these town hall meetings. This one is critical and the stakes are high. Please Join Florida Carry. We need your voice to defend … Continue reading
After attacking my Glock and various household items yesterday with a soldering iron, I decided to finish up stippling the G36 today. BTW: The dog is pleased to report that he was not modified to add a Kung Fu Grip. I’m actually … Continue reading
Sharp as a Marble – Ladies and Gentlemen (and you too pdb).
So I got sucked in to YouTube again today and for the one-hundred-kazillionth time someone was attacking a polymer pistol with a soldering Iron. But this time the gun didn’t end up looking like the result of some duffus attacking … Continue reading
Imagine being the guy who has to tell JFK that we as a nation have to beg the Russians for a ride whenever we want to put an American in Space.
http://www.floridacarry.org/legislation/25-2012-session/41-2012 HB463 & SB998 – Shall Issue Carry Licenses for Military & Vets: Those who defend our country overseas should be able to defend themselves and their families at home. There have been too many incidences of violence against our … Continue reading