A gun store owner in North Georgia can’t capitalize on the surge in gun sales. At least, not with the local law enforcement.
You see, this store owner stopped sales of semi-automatic rifles to non-law enforcement personnel, shortly after the Sandy Hook shootings in Connecticut.
The local sheriff is standing up for the rights of the people he Protects and Serves by saying that he’ll no longer spend tax-payer dollars (nor his own money) in that store.
Want my opinion? The sheriff understands that the guns aren’t the problem.
The gun shop owner? Well, he just hopes the hordes of angry democrats who will vote for the gun ban or any other alterations to the Bill of Rights will eat him last. And that’s all any of them hope to do.
The liberal scum who would push to have our 2nd Amendment Rights taken away via a gun ban or by severely limiting our access to firearms or ammunition are only doing so in hopes that they can stay on the ‘good side’ of the lawmakers, and therefore be ‘eaten last’. Oh, they’ll be swallowed up just like the rest of us. They’re only hoping to delay the inevitable.
The article I read goes on to suggest that many more law enforcement and military personnel may have to make similar choices soon.
Read the whole article here: http://www.examiner.com/article/oath-keeping-sheriffs-provide-sharp-contrast-to-oath-breaking-general
A Portland mall shopper uses a concealed weapon to protect his friend. And he never had to fire a shot.
Read the whole story here and share your thoughts below: http://www.kgw.com/news/Clackamas-man-armed-confronts-mall-shooter-183593571.html
Just Announced! Bring in a new, unwrapped toy for our Toys for Tots drive between now and Saturday, December 15th and receive your choice of either a FREE professional cleaning (a $65 value) OR a FREE firearms transfer with EACH TOY – NO LIMIT. So, you want 10 guns cleaned for FREE? Bring in 10 toys. You want 5 guns repaired at half off each gun? Bring in 5 toys. (Don’t be a cheap-ass and bring in Matchbox cars, either. Bring in something the kids WANT to receive.)
As a proud Marine Corps family, we’ve always supported Toys for Tots every year. During his time in the Marine Corps, John was able to participate in the program and deliver the toys to children. It had a profound impact on him. Also, because the Toys for Tots program does not accept money, is volunteer-only and only takes toys, you don’t see the same level of fraud that you would in other charities.
No expiration date, no limit on the number of certificates. GIVE a toy and help brighten the Christmas of a needy child and RECEIVE a pretty great gift in return! Giving and receiving – a win-win for everyone!