Monthly Archives: May 2013
This Memorial Day weekend Chief Chitwood of the Daytona Beach Police Department publicly declared that a US combat veteran, whose firearms and other property the Chief refuses to return, is mentally ill. Chitwood has apparently based this conclusion on his extensive lack of credentials … Continue reading
Today Florida Carry, Inc., filed an action to stop Daytona Beach’s illegal practice of refusing to return firearms to people, including veterans, who were Baker Acted but found to be no danger to themselves or others. For too long, many jurisdictions … Continue reading
Today I took my brother-in-law, Scotty, to the range to break in his Mossberg 500 and new Diamondback DB9 9mm. The Mossberg was, well… a Mossberg; it was flawless and he was rewarded with a nice sized shoulder bruise and ear-to-ear smile. I … Continue reading
20 round pmag showed up on my door today. I almost forgot ordering it.
This weeks legal action is highlighted by new work to get an honorably discharged combat vet his guns back after they were taken by a Florida police department. He was having a bad night and called a veteran’s assistance hotline for someone … Continue reading
My brother-in-law just bought a Diamondback 9mm because his Shield was “too big to carry”. I feel some measure of personal failure because I have not spent enough time training him in CCW. That said, I can’t wait to shoot … Continue reading
Last year we warned that this was going to happen: Washington State to Revoke Reciprocal Gun Rights Due to Anti-Military Policy. Now other organizations act surprised by this after wasting a year… Very disappointing.