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  • The New NRA President Fantasizes About "Whipping" Anti-Gun Opponents

    05/06/2013 4:41:28 PM PDT · by smokingfrog · 9 replies
    youtube ^ | May 3, 2013 | skynewsofficial24/7
    Making the rounds on Youtube. The new NRA president Jim Porter makes some off the cuff comments a 2012 speech to the New York Rifle & Pistol Association. He is outspoken about overturning recent gun laws adopted by states after the Newtown massacre, according to the NY Daily News.. He also supports firearms training for all U.S. citizens -- including civilians -- so they're "ready to fight tyranny."
  • Heresy: An Introduction to Combat Riflecraft

    05/06/2013 8:36:25 AM PDT · by LibWhacker · 32 replies
    mountainguerrilla ^ | 4/29/13 | John Mosby
    Heresy: An Introduction to Combat Riflecraft (The following article is the first in a series that will discuss the Combat Rifle POI as I teach it.) –J.M.) “Shattering illusions, and crushing misconceptions…It’s just what I do.” –Me, to my mother-in-law recently. The purpose of the combat rifle is to allow the combat rifleman to engage and kill, directly or indirectly, armed enemy combatants with precision aimed rifle fire. The rifleman’s ability with his weapon is one of the most fundamental measures of his effectiveness and survivability in combat. If the expects to function effectively in combat, he must be both willing to, and...
  • Gun Day: Texas House Passes 12 Pro-Gun Bills

    05/06/2013 8:09:58 AM PDT · by EXCH54FE · 34 replies
    Freedom Outpost ^ | May 6, 2013 | Dean Garrison
    The Austin American-Statesman reports: On a day when the nations strongest Second Amendment lobby group was gathered in Houston, the Texas House on Saturday tentatively approved a dozen pro-gun bills including a highly controversial measure that would legalize concealed weapons in buildings on college campuses. Another bill would thwart enforcement of new federal gun restrictions in Texas, a move intended to target firearms laws proposed by the Obama administration. Saturdays votes were on a wide array of legislation that would provide state training for new school marshals to protect students from shooting attacks, exempt concealed weapons licensees living in...