Tuesday, September 26, 2006

LEGAL concealed carry causes freak-out at hospital in Michigan

A note to those who don't carefully conceal - dumbasses who don't know the law sometimes freak out.

Not sure if it's legal to carry in a hospital in Michigan, but either way, the guy should have concealed better, and it wouldn't have been such an issue.

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Crime emergency in gun-free DC

Stray bullet in Chicago (where guns are illegal) kills a man

Miami Township parks remove anti-CHL signs

Real crime, fake justice in England (where guns are illegal)

Very few Ohio CHLs revoked

Criminals arming up in Canada (where guns are nearly illegal)

UC crime update

September 6, 2006

To the University of Cincinnati Community

From: Director of Public Safety

The Cincinnati Police have recently received reports of street robberies in the Clifton Heights, University Heights and Fairview neighborhoods. The primary suspect in a couple of these crimes has been described as a male black, lighter complexion, 16 to 20 years of age, 5 feet 3 inches to 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighing approximately 140 lbs. In at least one other case, there were two male blacks, age in the mid-20's, 5 feet 9 inches to 6 feet in height, medium build and dressed in dark clothing and wearing black baseball type hats.

If you have any information regarding these crimes, please notify either the Cincinnati Police at 352-3578, or Crime Stoppers at 352-3040.

The Cincinnati Police and University of Cincinnati Police have increased patrol efforts in these neighborhoods to address this problem. In fact, at approximately 2:30 AM this morning an undercover police unit of two UC police officers observed suspicious activity of two male blacks who were walking along Clifton Ave. looking into automobiles parked on the street. The UC Officers saw the subjects enter a house in the 2800 block of Clifton Ave. and notified the Cincinnati Police who responded and arrested the two males for burglary. It is unknown at this time if these individuals are involved in the robberies.

Both the Cincinnati Police and UC Police are implementing an awareness program during the weekend of September 14, 15 and 16 when most UC students will have moved into their residences preparing for the opening of classes on September 20. This program will include distribution of safety tips, increased patrol, and some undercover surveillance activities. If you notice any suspicious activities on or around campus please notify the police immediately.


*Hat tip to SW

Friday, September 08, 2006

Personal Protection (CHL level II)

Been getting a lot of questions about when this course will be offered in 2006. We're working on a date in late October - probably the weekend of Oct. 21-22.

Please let us know if you're interested in attending. We keep this class small, and you have to have attended the Level I to participate.

Good news!

If all works out, we'll not only be able to keep the land we're shooting on, we'll be able to UPGRADE our range very soon!

Very good stuff! Thank you for everyone's support!

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Ignorance is bliss

Check out this article, written by a NY Times writer for the International Herald Tribune.

It's a shining example of dumbasses on parade - this person knows NOTHING about concealed carry in the US. As if he/she (who knows) was plucked from Mars and landed in hicksville (Minnesota), clueless as to the ways and customs of this alien race known as 48 of the 50 states. Yet she/he (still don't know) chose to write an article on the topic, with nearly zero research.

Does she/he know that her/his own state, NY, has a may-issue concealed carry law? Or California, the other state NY elites care about, also grants people the right to carry? Probably not.

Don't take what you read/see in the main stream media as informed fact when it comes to gun laws. They're completely clueless...

Friday, September 01, 2006

We need a new range!

If anyone has land capable of shooting on (10+ acres, hilly or build a hill, and won't bug your neighbors), please let us know. We pay $10/student during classes to whoever's land we're using.

The range we've been shooting on is going on the market soon, so we'll need to find a new home for our range times!

Contact Brandon from www.advancedshooting.com if you have land and you're willing to help us out!