But if they replace all the soldiers, who will they be shooting? . . . This Gun Drone Could Replace Army Soldiers
A weaponized drone that was designed for the military and can carry and fire guns.
The TIKAD, a 110-pound unmanned aerial vehicle, has a breakthrough that backyard hobbyists have yet to match. The drone, developed by Florida-based Duke Robotics, can aim and fire, using a robotic stabilizer that absorbs the recoil of its mounted gun. The stabilizer provides the drone with increased accuracy while allowing it to quickly set up for the next shot.
If deployed, it could allow soldiers to engage the enemy, while reducing risk.
Maybe the problem is the EU, not the Czech Republic . . . Czech Republic fights EU over plans to tighten gun ownership laws
The Czech Republic has filed a law suit against the EU over plans by Brussels to tighten gun ownership that Prague claims could threaten national security and will undermine trust in the EU.
Aiming to make it harder for terrorists to get access to guns in Europe an EU directive passed in March introduces tighter restrictions on the ownership of semi-automatic weapons, new regulations on deactivated guns and make it easier to trace firearms.
Brussels has argued the new measures will help counter the threat of terrorism in Europe but they have left the Czech government and gun owners up in arms.
Yes, movie theater candy is ridiculously overpriced, but this is one life hack you probably want to avoid.
This little presentation is from an “active shooter poetry slam” presented by three woke skulls full of mush at Emerson College. Weep for the future.
Then again, the future isn’t entirely bleak . . . Potterfields Donate Over $400,000 to Support Youth Shooting Sports
Larry and Brenda Potterfield, owners of MidwayUSA, recently donated $412,110 to the MidwayUSA Foundation to benefit youth shooting sports. A large portion of the donation stems from a 2017 matching program administered by the MidwayUSA Foundation and is further proof of the Potterfields’ commitment to provide sustainable financial support to youth shooting sports teams across America. . . .
In 2007, Larry and Brenda established the MidwayUSA Foundation, a public charity, designed to help sustain the shooting sports industry by helping communities and organizations raise funds to support their high school, college and other youth shooting teams. The MidwayUSA Foundation currently manages over $123 million in assets, has paid over $16 million in grants, and provides financial support to nearly 2,600 youth shooting teams. Shooting teams with a Team Endowment Account can draw 5% of their account balance each year to use for team expenses. The funds can be used for ammunition, uniforms, entry fees, travel costs and more.
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Clearly off her game, the Congresswoman forgot Nazi, fascist and racist . . . Democrat Rep. Claims NRA Becoming a Domestic Security Threat
On Thursday Rep. Kathleen Rice (D-NY) tweeted that the NRA and NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch were “becoming national security threats.”
This makes Rice only the latest in a chorus of leftist voices that have criticized the NRA for pointing out the left’s propensity for violence in media and in action.
On June 30 the Los Angeles Times reported that California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom suggested the NRA’s focus on the left’s violence was actually a call for people to come after politicians. And on July 5, Breitbart News reported that Women’s March co-chair Tamika Mallory suggested the NRA’s focus on the left’s violence was a way of opening the door to violence against women.
For when you can’t carry a firearm . . .
Be careful, this is probably illegal in California . . .