The Zombie thing sucks. Hard. I hate it. You hate it. RF really hates it. But if any man could make zombie-related anything cool, it would have to be Jerry Miculek. Spoiler alert, he’s done it . . .
According to Students for Concealed Carry (SCC) at Florida State University, two students present at the shooting that occurred there could have stopped it, but were disarmed by current Florida law. One of the students — Nathank Scott, an SCC member – was wounded during the shooting. In spite of his wound, he was able to […]
“Paul Kohler was brutally attacked in the Wimbledon property he shares with his wife and four daughters after he opened the front door to four thugs at 10 p.m. on Aug. 11, nydailynews.com reports. “They kicked, punched and knocked the 55-year-old head of law at the School of Oriental and African Studies to the floor. One […]
Reader Mark N. writes: California Attorney General Kamala Harris has moved for an en banc reconsideration/rehearing of the denial of her motion to intervene in the Peruta case (the petition may be found here). The guts of it run about seven pages. Of course she harps on the dissenting opinions in both the main case and in […]
Over the last couple years, there has been a considerable push from gun companies to produce a new entry level hunting rifle to replace the quickly deteriorating Remington 700. Ruger has their American Rifle, Weatherby has their Vanguard S2, and now Winchester looks to be getting into the game with the XPR. The website for […]
The Future of Hunting The following is by the good folks at powderhook.com republished with permission from Ammoland.com: The anti-hunting movement has overwhelmed the consciousness of the hunting industry. Hunters, hunting land, firearms, and the sporting way of life are under attack politically and socially. Millions of hunt-able acres are shut down in Oregon to “protect” […]
“While homelessness is a serious problem all its own, the defendant has offered no authority to support the idea that a person without a home may carry a firearm wherever he or she may travel or otherwise exercise a Second Amendment right free from the limits that restrict that right for every other person otherwise […]
In real life, not so much. Saying that, I wouldn’t want to eat a burrito before encountering one of those “active denial” systems. And it’s only a matter of time before they become gun shaped. Know what I mean?
“Citing security fears, Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson, who fatally shot Michael Brown Aug. 9, has resigned from the police department,” reports stltoday.com, a move that should surprise no one with a pulse and even minimal brain wave activity. While in his resignation letter (after the jump), Wilson cites the risk to residents and fellow […]
Reader Tim T. writes: What does Ferguson show us? The antis admonish that in a hypothetical confrontation between gun owners and law enforcement or the military, a ragtag group of gun owners doesn’t stand a chance. But this week’s events show that argument to be just more foolishness from the progressive left. The organized militia and […]
“The [Pennsylvania] Game Commission said Wednesday that a 52-year-old Tamaqua man told investigators he was unloading his rifle when the weapon accidentally fired,” foxnews.com reports. Clearly, he didn’t train his weapon to stay safe during the unloading process. Either that or he didn’t keep his finger off the trigger. Worse, our hapless hunter failed to […]
video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player “A woman was traveling on the 610 South Loop near Stella Link during the evening rush hour commute on Nov. 11.,” click2houston.com reports. “She said she was driving her car when she was cut off, then honked her horn and tried to get around the other driver. That action nearly cost […]