The 2024 Election looks like a one-horse race with Donald J. Trump easily taking the New Hampshire primary earlier this week. Should Trump get a second term as President, it begs the question: what does it mean to the average gun owner? [Read more…] about How Does A Trump Presidency Affect Gun Owners?
Last week, New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) signed an emergency order banning both open and concealed firearms in Albuquerque and surrounding Bernalillo County. The ban is allegedly part of a public health emergency declaration over gun violence and drug abuse. [Read more…] about Gun Ban in New Mexico
Researchers at the University of Colorado recently published findings that no anti-gun advocate will be happy to hear. States with the strictest gun laws do not experience fewer mass shootings than those with more lenient legislation. This, of course, is contrary to what the left would have you believe. [Read more…] about Study Concludes Stricter Gun Laws Don’t Affect Mass Shootings
Whether it’s fishing at the lake or shooting hoops at the local YMCA, certain truths exist in every activity. It is one of the beauties of being a reflective organism. The more we do something, the better we tend to be at it.
Think of any activity you indulged in for the first time. It can be anything. Now, track your evolution along the way. Did you get better? I’m willing to bet green money that if you approached things seriously, you definitely did. [Read more…] about Gun Safety 101
Donald J. Trump plans to restore law and order throughout the land if reelected. I know; tough to imagine we’re already trending toward another Presidential Election. I suppose time flies when the world is on fire.
The former President released a five-minute video late last week. The gist – to make America both safe, and yes, great again. [Read more…] about Trump’s Vow to America, Agenda 47, Blue States, and Gun Control
The Economy; the word itself elicits a series of synapses that fire in one’s brain. Many, and I mean the majority of Americans, possess an ingrained fear of money. For reasons beyond our comprehension, most of us believe we will never reach financial stability. [Read more…] about Why Everything is Designed to Distract
For anyone living under a rock, life in Canada is approaching the unbearable.
The country issued more lockdown orders during the Coronavirus pandemic than any other nation except for The People’s Republic of China.
Free thought, freedom of expression, and public assembly, all have fallen at the waist side thanks in large part to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Government.
The latest controversy surrounds Bill C-21, legislation put forth by the Canadian Government. What is C-21? In simplest terms, Gun Control. [Read more…] about Bill C-21 and Why It Threatens Democracy
Many factors contribute to the accuracy of a rifle, be it major components with a tangible impact, such as the barrel itself and the ammunition we feed it, or more subtle nuances that effect harmonics. No matter the element, having confidence when it comes to shot placement is paramount to any shooter. Today I want to talk about a piece of the puzzle that is crucial not only to the accuracy of your rifle, but to every aspect of the direct shooter interface, the trigger. [Read more…] about Get Triggered! FIME Enhanced Fire Control Group
The 7.62×39 cartridge, introduced originally in 1943 and chambered in both the RPD Light Machine Gun and the SKS, cemented it’s place in history just a few years later as the cartridge selection for what would become the iconic AK47 Soviet military rifle. Since then, the AK47 has been deployed around the world by militaries, police and civilians in combat, self-defense and sporting roles. [Read more…] about Arsenal SAM5. Why You Need a 5.56 AK!
I am a U.S. citizen currently living in Toronto, Canada.
For those who have never been to Toronto, it is often regarded as one of the finer cities in North America if not the world.
The city is booming. In fact, there seems to be a new condo on every street corner daily. But, there are pitfalls to its rapid growth.
Congestion is everywhere and people are suffering.
Mix in the damage of a pandemic, and we are starting to see the costs incurred by human beings. [Read more…] about High Stakes Encounter
Contrary to how the mainstream media depicts gun owners, individuals of all backgrounds possess firearms in the United States.
One trip through woke social media pages like X or Meta, and it’s clear there is a war on gun owners. [Read more…] about Why Owning a Gun is Vital
Summer in the Midwest has always meant more. There’s something about impermanent good weather that makes it cherished for those forced to brave the four seasons.
Living in Southern Ontario is comparable to the Midwest. Winters are long, Springs overcast, Summers sweltering and fleeting.
As with most metropolitan cities, hot weather seems to enhance violent and criminal tendencies. [Read more…] about Witness A Crime and Do Nothing [Without a CCW]
The following article will focus on mass shootings in American schools and how best to deter them.
Any human with a heart was undoubtedly shocked by what transpired at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on May 24th, 2022.
Nineteen students and two teachers were murdered in cold blood. [Read more…] about In The Wake of Uvalde, What Should We Do?
Some purchase guns for protection and others own them for sport.
Whichever side one ascribes to, one truth is imminent; the round-up and ban of assault rifles by big government. [Read more…] about Take My Gun, Then Take My Freedom
I wasn’t born a gun enthusiast. My views and attitudes about firearms throughout my twenties were leftist.
I credit this to growing up in Canada. My socialization from elementary school right through university was the epitome of liberal.
My beliefs shifted soon after the bullshit in Iraq unfolded.
Until then, I was naive enough to believe in D.C. and those sworn into public office. [Read more…] about Gun Owner Bias
They told us we needed to be responsible, to comply for two weeks to flatten the curve. We didn’t think much at first.
A pandemic was an occurrence most of our parents had zero experience with, let alone us.
Unprecedented times call for extreme measures. Sure, we’ll play ball. [Read more…] about Omicron = Moronic
Day in and day out, we are inundated with messaging designed to keep us apart. Spotlights shine on our perceived differences: political affiliation, class, race, gender, or religion. [Read more…] about Australia: The Death of a Nation
Making the call to defend yourself or your home with a firearm in the face of an attack or deadly threat may seem like a pretty straight-forward decision. A no-brainer, right? The problem is that there are a lot of factors involved that may make it more complicated than you might think. [Read more…] about Brandishing & Self Defense
The United States of America has been anything but united for the past fifteen years. But, there have been pockets of change amidst this pandemic that fill this narrator with hope. [Read more…] about The Beacon Nation
In December of 2019, the first stories broke about a new strain of virus ravaging mainland China. Videos of individuals falling flat on their faces leaked, dead as disco. Such imagery was only the beginning of the barrage of fear pumped into our veins. [Read more…] about Fear Always Leads to Compliance