Tag Archives: right to keep and bear arms

Texas – goodbye?

It looks like ALL sides are ticked with Texas. Time for a reminder, courtesy of TxDOT (Department of Transportation): Drive Friendly, and Don’t Mess With Texas. Especially if you are living in Texas. What’s it all about? While it is … Continue reading

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Why are gun owners opposed to gun registration?

Guest post by Gregory K. Taggart, courtesy of Slow Facts. Some editing by TPOL. Question: “Why are gun owners against a central gun-owner database, also referred to as “Gun Registration”? At its root, the concept of a central gun-owner database … Continue reading

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Technology for liberty 3 – Firearms and not-firearms

This news appeared a few days ago in Field & Steam: GOEX black powder may disappear because Hodgdon is shutting down its sole plant. To quote the article: “Given the fact that GOEX black powder is generally regarded as the … Continue reading

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Facts about guns and using them here in the Fifty States

We can talk a LOT about “Freedom Technologies” as we did in a recent commentary, but one of the very foundational technologies to support and promote is an old one, constantly updated. Firearms. Guns. Personal weapons that do NOT require … Continue reading

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To arms! To arms!

The way I read it, Joe Biden has given his blessing to massive private, personal armament. Or, at least, admitted that he and the hoplophobes, hoploclasts, gun-grabbers and their ilk and allies are all dead wrong. We need weapons – … Continue reading

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What are people scared of? (Guest column)

This was the question a friend asked a correspondent of ours, a few days ago: ‘Why are people scared to the point where they are buying up all the guns and ammo in the USA? Marty Bugg’s reply is worth … Continue reading

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Additional thoughts on Biden’s gunning for guns

David, Tom Knapp, and several others pointed out my typo in the second paragraph, and I realized it was also unclear. Here is what I meant to write and what it now says: “Especially since no doubt many of the … Continue reading

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Biden’s agenda for guns

According to various sources, gun sales in the Fifty States (measured by background checks with BATFE and the FBI) hit a new record in January. Back on the 3rd of February, 24-7 Wall Street reported 4,137,480 sales for the first … Continue reading

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Outgunned

According to a friend, here in the Fifty States, 9 billion rounds of small-arms ammo are manufactured every year, of which 5 billion are centerfire and 4 billion are rimfire. The military has 1.5 billion rounds of small-arms ammo in … Continue reading

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Business as usual – for gun-haters

Over at Bearing Arms, the attempts by “Everytown” (the anti-defense group set up as shills for Bloomberg) to justify closing of gun shops as “non-essential” by New York, Los Angeles, and other localities are demolished. Good job, Cam. But it … Continue reading

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