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Litigation, Ted Nugent Update, Obit, .22 Suppressor

Litigation, Ted Nugent Update, Obit, .22 Suppressor

July 27, 2018 Newsletter by Jeff Pittman

Litigation

A 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals panel decided 2-1 this week that the Second Amendment extends beyond the home, ruling that the State of Hawaii infringed on the rights of a plaintiff when it twice denied him a permit to carry a gun outside. The case is in Young v. State of Hawaii. Look for an en banc reversal by the full 9th Circuit, the most liberal and in the nation. If the case isn’t reheard en banc, or the panel decision is affirmed on en banc rehearing, then the case may well go up to the Supreme Court, since this decision reinforces a split among the circuits on the subject. This is why we need Judge Kavanaugh seated on the SCOTUS. Note that the big three networks ignored this news.

A Ninth Circuit panel also backed a lower court’s decision to suspend California’s ban on the possession of large magazines.

Update on interstate sales case.

Uncle Ted says guns are “Absolutely Welcome” at his concerts

Correction to our previous report.

Poll says there are 14 million NRA members

In June of 2017 Pew Research published a poll that showed over fourteen million adults in the US self identified as National Rifle Association members. The trouble is, only five million or so are actual signed-up, dues-paying members.

Guns in Schools

Here’s Why.

political cartoon

Canada

Around 15 people were shot, 2 fatally, in a Toronto neighborhood this week, resulting in immediate calls for more gun control and total gun bans. But it was already a defacto gun free zone and the gun used was an “illegal” semiauto pistol. FYI, almost every gun control proposal being talked about here in the USA is already law in Canada.

How to Spot a Terrorist

#1: Get your nose out of your phone.

Friends

Mississippi’s First Lady Deborah Bryant knocks it out of the park. Reckon how many First Ladies have their own AR?

Enemies

Fudd report. I have only one response: The Second Amendment ain’t about duck hunting.

So-called country-pop music “star” and pothead Eric Church, a marketing major whose professional career start in Nashville was funded by his father, is blaming the NRA (you and me) and the non-existent “gun show loophole” for the Las Vegas massacre. Oh, and he still claims to be a “Second Amendment guy.” Apparently Mr. Church is the only person who thinks Eric Church is cool. The interview was in the virulently anti-gun Rolling Stone magazine.

The Only Ones

Obama era case of FBI lying and cover-up is finally going to trial in Oregon.

political meme


More on Doctors


Russian Reloads

Russians are now allowed (sort of) to reload rifle ammunition.

MOH, shotguns and tigers

“During the thirty-eight-hour battle and forty-eight hours of escape and evasion, fighting with mortars, machine guns, recoilless rifles, small arms, and hand grenades, it was estimated that Sergeant First Class Adkins killed between 135 and 175 of the enemy while sustaining eighteen different wounds to his body.”

Obit

Popular MS gun trainer, competitor and list member Cliff Cargill, 50, passed away while at a gun training class in Wisconsin last week. RIP Cliff.

Products

Bowers Group Bitty .22 Silencer – Bowers Group Bitty .22 Silencer. $325

RWS now offers what they call .308 Win. “Short Rifle” cartridges designed for rifles with 16-22″ barrels.

And did you know that RWS also has “Test Packs” of rifle ammo in some calibers, consisting of a 20-round box of ammo in a particular cartridge, which is made up of 4 different 5-round loads of ammo.

Quote

“Don’t outsource your safety.” — Tom Gresham

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