Another Ohio school moves to protect its students with armed staff members

Maysville, KY’s The Ledger-Independent is reporting that an Adams County school district is the latest in Ohio to make plans allow teachers and other staff members to carry guns. From the article: After revealing the intent to arm school staff, Manchester Local Schools Superintendent Brian Rau posted answers to some frequently asked questions people may have with …

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Concealed Carry Tips Based on Real-Life Lessons Learned the Hard Way

After seven years of being a concealed-carry permit holder and carrying concealed pretty much daily, I have learned a lot about myself, a lot about other people and a lot about the ups and downs of concealed carry. This isn’t something you half-ass or just add into your current lifestyle. I tried that, and I …

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Ninth Circuit Court to Rehear Case Regarding Open Carry in Hawaii

Last year, a three-judge panel on the Ninth Circuit Court ruled that open carry in public was Constitutional. The case involved a man who filed suit against Hawaii after two denials for a gun permit to open carry. The panel ruled against the Aloha State, which claimed that the 2nd Amendment only applied to carrying …

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Obtain Affordable Target Acquisition With Hawke Vantage Red Dot Sights

Whether shooting in training, plinking or in a situation, getting on target quickly is important. And some of the best optics for speed on target come without magnification with a lighted dot in the center. In fact, tactical shooters often favor these types of scopes specifically because of target acquisition speed. It can be difficult, …

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NRA Applauds Attorneys General Amicus Brief on NJ Permit Case; Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost Among Signers

Fairfax, Va. – The National Rifle Association today applauded an amicus brief signed by twenty-three attorneys general in support of Rogers v. Grewal, an NRA-backed Supreme Court case challenging New Jersey’s unconstitutional requirements for obtaining a handgun carry permit. The effort was led by Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich. “Law-abiding citizens should not be required …

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NRA's Cam Edwards to Speak at 2019 Buckeye Bash – Get Your Tickets Today!

We’re excited to announce that Cam Edwards will deliver the keynote address at the Buckeye Bash on April 6. Cam has hosted Cam & Co since it first debuted in 2004. Now into his second decade, Edwards has cultivated a loyal legion of viewers who enjoy his analysis of firearm issues. The 2019 Buckeye Bash is …

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Fontana Police Find Underground Shooting Range During Gang Raid

Police find all kinds of different items when conducting raids. These include drugs, guns, cash, cars and much more. However, one gang unit just might have found the most unusual item while serving a warrant at a house in Fontana, Calif. These officers found a manhole cover that led to an underground shooting range. The …

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States Take Dramatically Different Approaches Regarding College Carry

Over the last few years, there have been a lot of debate about campus and college carry. Some say it creates an unsafe learning environment, while others claim it prevents attacks. Currently, 12 states allow concealed carry on college campuses to some degree. The laws, of course, differ greatly, as some limit locations or even …

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Off Duty Officer Learns Valuable Lesson After Strippers Steal Service Pistol

While having a wild night, an off duty police officer had his service pistol allegedly stolen by strippers. The officer met one of the strippers through Instagram, arranging to meet in person Pawtucket, R.I., at a hotel bar. From there, the officer and the girl went to hookah lounge in Providence to meet the other stripper. Then, …

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Tracking Free Recoil And Recoil Mitigation To Test For Effects on Velocity

Firearms have been a source of entertainment, providing food and self-defense since their invention. They’ve also provided an avenue of hands-on exploration of science and engineering. Being able to understand the physics and mechanics of what’s taking place while shooting can help us be more consistent and efficient to be able to place rounds on …

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U.S. Firearm Sales Down In 2018 According To NSSF

The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) has released its estimates on firearm sales in 2018. While the overall numbers have fallen for the second straight year, it wasn’t as sharp a decline as it was in 2017. The NSSF bases their estimates in the FBI’s National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS). They also adjust for lower …

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Suppressed SIG PDW Demonstrated at Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiments

The US Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiments (AEWE) facebook page has shared some interesting photos from a range session at their annual technologies event. The photos, posted on 11 February, show a new prototype suppressed Personal Defense Weapon from SIG Sauer. AEWE aims to bring together Army operators, procurement specialists, industry representatives and partner nations. AEWE is described …

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Buckeye Firearms Association Director Joe Eaton explains FASTER Saves Lives to Piers Morgan

On February 4, the British television station Channel 4 broadcast a documentary on Buckeye Firearms Foundation’s FASTER Saves Lives program. Unfortunately, the Channel 4 broadcast is only available for residents of the UK and Ireland. Provokingly titled “Teachers Training to Kill,” the documentary got wide publicity throughout the UK the run-up to the broadcast, including …

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