Tuesday, August 28, 2007

US the most "armed" nation

Buckeye Firearms News

Fred Thompson: A New York State of Mind
When I was working in television, I spent quite a bit of time in New York City. There are lots of things about the place I like, but New York gun laws don't fall in that category. Now, an activist federal judge from Brooklyn who provided Mayor Giuliani’s administration with the legal ruling it sought to sue gun makers, has done it again. Last week, he created a bizarre justification to allow New York City to sue out-of-state gun stores that sold guns that somehow ended up in criminal hands in the Big Apple.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3917.html

Wayne LaPierre: Appropriately Suspected
When it comes to well-placed fears over widespread errors, civil liberties abuses and injustices involving tens of thousands of innocent Americans whose names have been indelibly added to huge federal “terror watchlists,” the mainstream media is on the job. Yet that concern evaporates when the Washington-based media enthusiastically reports those very same lists will be used to bar suspected “terrorists” from buying guns.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3922.html

Chad D. Baus: 'Career criminals' case parking lots, drivers store valuables ripe for picking
It's getting a bit confusing trying to come up with the reasons being offered for a crime wave in Cleveland. Now police have identified two 'career criminals' as being responsible for a West Side crime wave. And it is the revelations about their smash-and-grab methods that should alarm legislators who mandated so many "no-guns" victim zones in the state of Ohio, and the CHL-holders who are forced to leave their firearms in their vehicles outside.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3920.html

Art Holden: Numbers don't lie, Ohio deer hunting has never been better
Before we know it, it'll be deer hunting season. It's barely more than 30 days before bow hunters will be in the woods, and the serious whitetail enthusiasts are already patterning deer, setting stands and going over equipment. Why all the early fuss? Plain and simple, deer hunting in Ohio has never been better.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3919.html

Brian K. LaMaster: Understanding the distancing and reaction time continuum
For the most part, we would all like to believe that we will act or react in an appropriate amount of time in a situation. But will you really react the way you think you will? This information is, in my opinion, critical to your survival because you need to know how much time you do or do not have to react in a situation and that your current firearms training (if any) may not be enough to keep you alive in a situation.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3918.html

Tim Inwood: Baseballs to Starter Pistols…Mark Mallory embarrasses Cincinnati again
I love Cincinnati. That is why it breaks my heart that Cincinnati has such an anti-gun ninny for a mayor. Yes, I know strong words; but let's face it, friends, Mayor Mark Mallory is a blithering idiot and a huge embarrassment to the Queen City.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3914.html

Take it from Bloomberg: 'Nobody Will Elect Me President'
Just two months after bolting the GOP and setting up a mike2008.com website, it appears as though anti-gun Mayor Michael Bloomberg recognizes his threatened independent presidential campaign is going no where.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3913.html

PETA Employee Arraigned On Felony Dog-Napping Theft Charge
According to a press release issued by The Center for Consumer Freedom, a hunting dog snatched by a People For The Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) employee may have been slated for death at PETA's Norfolk headquarters.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3910.html

'I just knew I had to stop them,' Ohio CHL-holder says
The Dayton Daily News is reporting that Ohio concealed handgun license-holder Robert Bragg apprehended an armed suspect just moments after a fatal shooting in a nearby laundromat.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3915.html

Poll Finds 66% Of Voters Want No New Gun Laws
A recent Zogby International poll conducted for Associated Television News found that 66% of the American voting public rejects the idea that new gun control laws are needed.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3921.html

CDNN Gun Sale

CDNN WEEKLY GUN SALE! LIMITED QUANTITIES!
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CALL 800-588-9500 TO ORDER OR CHECK AVAILABILITY


USED GUNS:

Beretta 8040
  • 40s&w · DAO · Night Sights · 1-11rd Mag · Good Condition #BER8040G $259.99
Beretta 92D Centurian
  • 9mm · DAO · 1-15rd Mag · Very Good Condition #BER92DC $299.99
Beretta 92F
  • 9mm · Fixed Sights · 1-15rd Mag · Good Condition #BER92FG $299.99
Beretta 96F
  • 40s&w · 1-11rd Mag · Good Condition #BER96FG $299.99
Colt Sporter LightWeight
  • 9mm · A2 · 16" Barrel w/Muzzel Brake · 1-32rd Mag · NO LUG · Fixed Stock · Box #COLR6430 $1099.99
Glock 17
  • 9mm · Night Sights · 1-17rd LE Mag · Case · Very Good Condition #GLO17NSV $359.99
Glock 17
  • 9mm · Fixed Sights · Factory Rebuild · 1-17rd Mag · Very Good Condition #GLO17UFS $369.99
Glock 22
  • 40s&w · Night Sights · Custom Frame · 1-15rd Mag · Very Good Condition #GLO22ALT $299.99
Glock 31
  • 357sig · Finger Groove/Rail · Factory Rebuild · 1-15rd Mag · Very Good Condition #GLO31F $389.99
Glock 32C
  • 357sig · Night Sights · Ported · Factory Rebuild · 1-13rd Mag · Excellent Condition #GLO32CR $419.99
Glock 37
  • 45GAP · Fixed Sights · 1-10rd Mag · Finger Groove/Rail · Factory Rebuild · Excellent Condition #GLO37FXR $379.99
Glock 39
  • 45GAP · Fixed Sights · 1-6rd Mag · Finger Groove · Factory Rebuild · Excellent Condition #GLO39 $349.99
Remington 870 WingMaster
  • 12/18/2.75" · Synthetic Stock · Average Condition #REM870183 $179.99
Remington 870 Magnum
  • 12/28/2.75" · Synthetic Stock · Police Shotgun · Very Good Condition #REM870EX $189.99
Remington 870 Magnum
  • 12/18/2.75" · Synthetic Stock · Average Condition #REMMAG $179.99
SIG 226
  • 9mm · Tutone · 1-15rd Mag · Case · Very Good Condition #SIG2269VG $429.99
SIG P6-225
  • 9mm · 1-8rd Mag · Blue · Case · Very Good Condition #SIGP225 $349.99
SIG P226
  • 40s&w · Tutone · 1-12rd Mag · Certified Pre-Owned · Stainless Slide · Like New Condition #SIGP226T40MA $499.99
Smith & Wesson 10
  • 38 Special · 4" Pin Barrel · Heavy Barrel· Case · Very Good Condition #SMI10J $289.99
Smith & Wesson 10
  • 38 Special · 4" Barrel · Square Butt · Case · Very Good Condition #SMI10PR $269.99
Smith & Wesson 10
  • 38 Special · Blue · 4" Barrel · Heavy Barrel · Case · Good Condition #SMI10U $239.99
Smith & Wesson 64-8
  • 38 Special · 3" Barrel · Stainless · Internal-Lock · Case · Very Good Condition #SMI162504EX $299.99
Smith & Wesson 10
  • 38 Special · 4" Pin Barrel · Square Butt · Case · Good Condition #SMI178 $269.99
Smith & Wesson 36
  • 38 Special · 3" Barrel · Nickel · Round Butt · Fancy Grips · Very Good Condition · RARE #SMI363 $319.99
Smith & Wesson 4006
  • 40s&w · Night Sights · 1-11rd Mag · Stainless · Case · Very Good Condition #SMI4006EX $349.99
Smith & Wesson 469
  • 9mm · Custom Matte Finish · 1-12rd Mag · Case · Excellent Condition #SMI469U $289.99
Smith & Wesson 5943
  • 9mm · DAO · 1-15rd Mag · Case · Very Good Condition #SMI5943EX $249.99
Smith & Wesson 5944
  • 9mm · DAO · Night Sights · Blue · 1-15rd Mag · Case · Good Condition #SMI5944E $249.99
Smith & Wesson 5946TSW
  • 9mm · DAO · Rail · 1-15rd Mag · Case · Very Good Condition #SMI5946TSW $299.99
Smith & Wesson 59
  • 9mm · Blue · 1-14rd Mag · Good Condition #SMI59A $279.99
Smith & Wesson 59
  • 9mm · LightWeight · Blue · 1-14rd Mag · Excellent Condition #SMI59EX $299.99
Smith & Wesson 59
  • 9mm · Blue · 1-14rd Mag · Case · Very Good Condition #SMI59U $289.99
Smith & Wesson 65
  • 357Mag · 4" Barrel · 6-Shot · Stainless · Square Butt · Case · Very Good Condition #SMI654EX $339.99
Smith & Wesson 65 HB
  • 357Mag · 4" Barrel · Custom Bisley Style Grip · Marked TDC w/# · Heavy Barrel · Very Good Condition #SMI65G $239.99
Smith & Wesson 908
  • 9mm · Blue · 1-8rd Mag · Case · Very Good Condition #SMI908 $289.99
Smith & Wesson 910
  • 9mm · 1-15rd Mag · Engraved w/# · Case · Good Condition #SMI910VG....$249.99
Star 30MI
  • 9mm · 1-15rd Mag · Very Good Condition #STA30MI....$189.99
Steyr SSG 69
  • 308 · 26" Barrel · Medium-Heavy Barrel · Green Synthetic Stock · Rifle Sights · Very Good Condition #STESSG69 $899.99
Walther P990
  • 40s&w · Night Sights · DAO · 1-12rd Mag · Good Condition #WAL990V $299.99

Friday, August 24, 2007

Personal Protection class scheduled for November

See www.AdvancedShooting.com for dates and details!

New class: Pistol Marksmanship

We've received the request hundreds of times - will an instructor come to the range and help work on marksmanship?

The answer is YES. And we now offer a class to do just that. Our first class will be Oct. 14, held at Spring Valley.

See details at www.AdvancedShooting.com.

Thursday, August 23, 2007

Buckeye Firearms News

Newt Gingrich: Enough is Enough: While Washington Vacations, a War Rages Here at Home
There is a war here at home, and it is even more deadly than the war in Iraq and Afghanistan. Far more Americans are being killed by violent, evil people here in America than in our official military "combat zones" overseas.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3901.html

John Longenecker: Arguing Gun Laws and Original Intent
Anti-gun activists are again quarreling with the brilliance of the Founding Fathers. In challenging the Second Amendment, foes of our liberty want to make the Bill of Rights a living document, with all its confusing subjectivity. Liberals use this tactic a great deal in promoting ambiguity, which half the time goes to their advantage. It is the equivalent of unending coin tosses to see who goes first after it already came up Heads.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3908.html

Chad D. Baus: Cleveland Mayor's latest theory on cause of crime wave: Statewide Preemption
Just one week after Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson rightly theorized to the Cleveland Plain Dealer that a "drought" in the supply of powdered cocaine to his city "could be to blame for a spike in certain violent crimes close to home", it was back to the status quo for the anti-self-defense Mayor.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3909.html

Tim Inwood: Parker case now known as “Heller” as it is appealed to U.S. Supreme Court
For months you have read stories about the Parker case, in which several residents of Washington D.C. were suing the city over the thirty year ban on the ownership of handguns. I wanted to update you as to what is going on at the moment.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3906.html

Leigh Ferrara: Interview - The Way of the Gun
Dr. Robert Levy has argued that the Second Amendment protects the rights of individuals, not just militias, to bear arms. The D.C. Parker decision marked the first time in history that the Second Amendment broad interpretation has been used to overturn a state gun law. From his home in Naples, Florida, Levy talked to Mother Jones about his Second Amendment victory.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3903.html

Clayton E. Cramer: Op-Ed: HR 2640 - Sensible Solution or Trojan Horse?
At least 28 states either intentionally, because of a shortage of money, or by bureaucratic incompetence, fail to turn over mental illness commitment information to the FBI's National Instant Criminal Background Check system. HR 2640 tries to improve the level of compliance by a combination of carrot and stick.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3905.html

Charl Van Wyck: Thugs find it more difficult if populace is armed
A gunman opened fire in the sanctuary of a southwest Missouri, USA, church Sunday Aug. 12, 2007, killing a pastor and two worshippers and wounding several others. This abominable act is not the first time that churchgoers have been attacked whilst worshipping their Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3900.html

J. Neil Schulman: The Unabridged Second Amendment
If you wanted to know all about the Big Bang, you'd ring up Carl Sagan, right? And if you wanted to know about desert warfare, the man to call would be Norman Schwartzkopf, no question about it. But who would you call if you wanted the top expert on American usage, to tell you the meaning of the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution?
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3898.html

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

A good gun control law

Why your vote matters

Gun control back as national issue.

NRA Blog post

8/15/2007 - from NRA.org

They call Philadelphia the birthplace of freedom, but its residents aren't very free any more. Because the city is being crippled by violence. And what they aren't telling you is that the most violent murderers, rapists and attackers are among the most free... because Philadelphia's given up.

Over the last five years, the homicide rate in Philadelphia rose 36 percent, while the national rate increased only two percent. In 2005, the city witnessed 377 murders. There were 406 in 2006 and, this year, the city is averaging more than one murder every day. They're on pace for the highest body count in a decade.

At the present rate, this year in Philadelphia, more than 400 citizens will be murdered... 1,000 women will be raped... and at least 10,000 citizens will be victims of aggravated assault.

But here's the dirty secret no one—including the media—will admit.

Half of those violent murderers, rapists and attackers won't even be arrested. And the ones that are arrested are usually slapped on the wrist and given probation.

According to U.S. Attorney Michael Stiles, "There is no real risk attached to the conduct of a criminal deciding he is going to put a gun in his pocket before he goes out."

No real risk of being caught. And no real risk of being prosecuted even if he is caught.

The Philadelphia district attorney, Lynn Abraham, is on the front lines trying to fight crime in her city. And she squarely blames Philadelphia judges for the problem. "We wouldn't need federal dollars if our local judges would be true to their oaths and convict felons of what they are charged with and proven guilty of, and if they would give them the proper long-term state prison sentence that they are deserving of... we are saddened because our judges have failed to do the right thing."

While anti-gun politicians and the media use Philadelphia's violence to hype gun control, they fail to tell the truth about the city's failure to arrest, prosecute and sentence the murderers and rapists who roam free of risk. But that dirty secret is getting people killed at a record pace.

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Buckeye Firearms News

rive-by media quotes ''study'' on drive-bys; Refuses to print response
A recent story in the Xenia Gazette was a perfect example of how the vehemently anti-self-defense Violence Policy Center dupes unsuspecting media/news reporters, as well as how lazy journalists irresponsibly run press releases to fill space, as opposed to analyzing the content and understanding the missing/misleading info.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3892.html

The Uninvited Ombudsman Report – No. 32
Change the world by taking a reporter shooting --NSSF.org reports: Sara Sedlacek, a reporter for Iowa's West Liberty Index and a self-described liberal "with a cookie-cutter image of what 'gun-club people' were like," recently visited her local gun club in search of a story. After her first and subsequent visits, she not only tried shooting for the first time, but also learned a lot.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3890.html

Newsweek Photo Gallery: "One Nation, Under Gun"
Inspired by a dinner conversation with an ex-staffer for a 2004 Presidential candidate whose job it was to "wrangle" the gun vote, photographer Kyle Cassidy wanted to find out who gun owners are, what they look like and how they live.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3897.html

Tim Inwood: HR 1897, Carry in National Parks: A bill whose time is past due
United States Representative Ron Paul has introduced a bill that I hope gets some traction. HR1897 would restore our ability to carry firearms in the National Parks for our defense.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3896.html

Chad D. Baus: Who is to blame when children have accidents with guns?
It's all too familiar a stroy: A 12-year-old boy was critically injured Tuesday night after he was shot in the chest by a gun that was found in the street. Police said the boy and a 10-year-old friend found the loaded weapon in an alley behind the 300 block of South Napoleon Avenue on the city's east side.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3893.html

Larry S. Moore: HSUS – The Original Wolf In Sheep's Clothing
Throughout our history, Buckeye Firearms Association has worked to expose organizations that would deny our rights and freedoms, but who operate in such a manner that unsuspecting gun-owners or sportsmen might be fooled. The American Hunters and Shooters Association is one such group. Another, larger and much older organization, is the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS).
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3889.html

Steve Kovacs: Home Invasions: Be Prepared
Recently, there was a high profile home invasion in Connecticut where a mother and two daughters were killed. The husband survived the vicious attack. It happened in a well- to-do, relatively crime free neighborhood, to a respected medical doctor and his family.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3887.html

Ken Hanson: Lowest IQ: The criminal or the anti-gunner who believes criminals are dumb?
“Stupid is as stupid does,” in a more literal sense, means that if you act stupid, you are stupid, regardless of your relative intelligence. I think this is a particularly accurate label for all of the anti-gun arguments that begin with “Do you really believe a criminal is smart enough to...”
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3888.html

Ken Hanson: Better Trained: Cop killers or the police officers they kill?
In the first part of this series we examined how those who dismiss criminals as being stupid are in fact themselves acting stupid. In another example of how dangerous it can be to underestimate the two-legged predators who walk among us, the FBI has recently finished a five year study of cop killers and the shootouts that took the officer’s life.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3895.html

The system works, if it's followed

In the coming weeks, you may hear more about the lady who shot a panhandler for 25 cents. There's a bit more to it than that, but to boil it down to the basics, she had a carry permit and shot and killed a panhandler.

It appears the license holder had a lot of issues in the past, including being cited for chasing a guy with a gun a few weeks prior. Unfortunately, the guy she was chasing wouldn't press charges, so she was able to keep her license.

Like Virginia Tech, where the murderer had several women complain of stalking (and had him arrested several times), but none decided to press charges, if the system was followed the killing could have been stopped. This lady would have lost the right to own, much less carry, a gun if convicted of any felony, including aggravated assault or attempted murder. The same holds true for the V Tech shooter, who would have had his guns taken away if someone would have pressed charges or issued a restraining order.

Felons can't own guns or carry them, and neither can people with active restraining orders. If felons do, they get 10 years in prison (though this is often never carried out). So it is possible that if charges were pressed, as they should have been in both of these cases, lives could have been saved. The system works if everyone cooperates and the procedures are followed.

Innocents who wish to carry or own guns should not be punished by a few bad apples who do bad things. It is the responsibility of all of us to insure that bad guys are punished, and the law is followed. Skirting around the rules will only end up delaying the suffering.

Monday, August 13, 2007

Glocks on sale until Aug 26 at Target World

They claim Glocks are at their lowest price possible (for a new one, anyway) until Aug 26. Check it out, if you're in the market for some new combat tupperware.

No need to carry to church, right?

Wrong. There are shootings in Holy Places, like this one in MO over the weekend. Unfortunately, carrying in a church is often illegal (one of the "gun-free" zones listed in most state's law).

In Ohio, places of worship are forbidden unless your pastor says it's OK. And if it's on a school's grounds, you're out of luck.

Friday, August 10, 2007

Non-lethal defense items

A new flashlight-like invention makes people sick when you shine it at them. A neat little self-defense tool, and a possible future alternative for those who want something to protect themselves without carrying.

Items like this do come with a warning, however. For law enforcement, they are often trying to subdue someone without hurting them, typically a suspect or someone who is possibly dangerous, but not necessarily so. For a civilian, if you have to use force it is typically to save your life, in other words, you are in immediate danger of being killed. The stakes are much higher, and you typically will not have a team of trained individuals as backup.

Pepper spray, stun guns, and items like this are great. But for civilian self-defense a pistol has been shown to be the most effective means of saving your life by the FBI and several national studies. Until a near-perfect non-lethal device is invented (will stop 100% of people, 100% of the time, immediately), we have to rely on what works.

Tuesday, August 07, 2007

Buckeye Firearms News

News

Chad D. Baus: Gun ban extremists' rhetoric proven false on eve of OH Castle Doctrine debate
We've all heard the rhetoric. When Florida passed a Castle Doctrine bill, the Brady bunch erected billboards and handed out handbills in airports warning tourists about angry locals. Two years later, of course, all is well in Florida. Capt. Mark Strobridge of the Orange County, Fla., Sheriff's Department recently told the Cleveland Plain Dealer that "locally there's been no impact."
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3886.html

Chad D. Baus: Prez wanna-be caught on tape: ''NRA...involved in...strategy I don't understand
Rudy Giuliani established a solid anti-gun record in New York. In the 1990s, Giuliani and anti-gun President Clinton talked about estabishing uniform national gun control laws, and a March 6, 1997 press release from the Mayor's office entitled "MAYOR GIULIANI...CALLS FOR UNIFORM NATIONAL GUN CONTROL LAWS".
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3884.html

Chad D. Baus: Pair of Ohio editorials ignore law enforcement, parrot Michael Bloomberg
If I didn't know better, I'd guess that a recent (unsigned) Toledo Blade editorial, entitled "NRA puppets," and another published in the (Hamilton) Journal-News ("Keeping gun data secret is criminal") were written by anti-gun New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg himself.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3876.html

Jim Irvine: Ohio's Temporary Emergency License (TEL) to Carry
The Temporary Emergency License (TEL) to carry a concealed handgun has caused considerable confusion. The low numbers of issued licenses indicate that there is little demand, people don’t understand the procedures for obtaining one, or they are too big of a hassle to obtain.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3882.html

Tim Inwood: Has the Culture of Sheep killed again?
I have followed the sad news story of what has happened to the family of Dr William Petit Jr. in Cheshire, Connecticut. Observing the coverage in newsprint and electronic media, I have wondered aloud if the "Culture of Sheep" has killed again. As the facts emerge it is becoming pretty clear that it has.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3879.html

AEP Ohio provides opportunity for disabled sportsmen
Outdoor enthusiasts with special disabilities will have the opportunity to hunt deer, participate in various field activities, and create lasting memories and friendships this fall during special deer hunting events for disabled sportsmen according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3881.html

Ohio Wildlife Agency struts its stuff for the world on MyOutdoorTV.com
Ohio's Division of Wildlife has become one of the nation's first state wildlife agencies to begin offering their weekly television video series to a broader audience as part of a powerful new forum developed to promote hunting, fishing, wildlife watching, and natural resource opportunities across the country.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3878.html

''Innocents betrayed'' by the Sandusky Register
I received an interesting piece of mail. It was not a bill, a letter from Nigeria saying I won money, or correspondence from a long lost friend. This letter contained some deep personal information about myself.
http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3877.html

Monday, August 06, 2007

Always know your target and what's beyond

A very sad story about a cop who was shooting at a snake and killed a boy by accident. Firing a gun is serious business, not to be taken lightly. Make sure you know your target, what's beyond, and how bullets will deflect when they hit things. Very sad, and it could have been avoided.

Thursday, August 02, 2007

UC Crime Update

August 2, 2007

To: UC Community
From: Capt. Karen K. Patterson
Executive Staff Officer
UC Police Department

At 10:50 pm Wednesday, August 1, several UC students reported to the Cincinnati Police that they had been robbed at gunpoint by two African American males in the 300 block of Joselin Avenue. Cincinnati Police and UC Police responded and surrounded the area. A canine unit was able to locate the two suspects who were both arrested for aggravated robbery.


*Hat tip to SW for the info

CDNN Specials

Good deals at CDNN. Remember, you'll need to have an FFL transfer any guns in for you if you order through a catalog like this. Contact info@advancedshooting.com if you need details on how this is done. We picked up one off the list - another 40 S&W for the classes. Good stuff!

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NEW GUNS:

Benelli M1S90
  • 12/24/3 Turkey · Steady Grip · Timber Advantage Camo · 2-Chokes #BEN11145 $699.99
Beretta Stampede
  • Single Action · 357 Mag · 4.75" Barrel · Revolver · Nickel #BERJEB1403 $389.99
Beretta Stampede Bisley
  • 45lc · 4.75" Barrel · Blue Case Colored · Revolver #BERJEF1401 $399.99
Beretta Stampede Bisley
  • 45lc · 7.5" Barrel · Blue Case Colored · Revolver #BERJEF1701 $399.99
CZ 75B
  • 40s&w · DoubleAction/Single Action · PolyCoat Finish 2-12rd Mags · Glow Sight #CZ01120 $369.99
CZ 75B
  • 40s&w · Single Action Only · PolyCoat Finish · Glow Sight · 2-12rd Mags #CZ01151 $379.99
CZ 40P
  • 40s&w Compact · Decocker · PolyCoat · 2-12rd Mags · Glow Sight · Rail #CZ01800 $369.99
CZ 40B
  • 40s&w · Double Action/Single Action · PolyCoat · Glow Sight · 1911 Style Grip · 1-10rd Mag #CZ4001700 $289.99
CZ 75B
  • 9mm · Satin Nickel · 2-15rd Mags · Glow Sight #CZ91105 $389.99
CZ 2075 RAMI P
  • 9mm Compact · 2-14rd Mags · 1-10rd Mag Glow Sight #CZ91752 $369.99
SigArms/FabArms H368
  • 12/28/3 · Synthetic · 3-Chokes Case #FH368BC1228 $389.99
FN FS2000
  • .223 · 17.4" Barrel · Black · 1-30rd Mag · BullPup Carbine #FN3835980040 $1898.10
Glock 32C
  • 357sig · Finger Groove & Rail · Ported · Fixed Sights · 2-13rd Mags · Early Style Box #GLO32C $389.99
HK Silver Lion MXII
  • 12/28/3 · English Stock · Silver/Gold Receiver · Wood Butt Plate #HK28520E $1199.99
Ruger P95DC
  • 9mm · Decocker · Rail · 2-15rd Mags · Case Blue · Polymer Frame #RUG13011 $288.00
Sig 220 SAS Meltdown Treatment
  • 45acp · 3.9" Barrel · LEM · TuTone Stainless Slide · NO RAIL · Wood Grips #SIG220SAS $689.99
Sig 229
  • 9mm · DAK · Black Stainless · Rail · 2-13rd Mags SIG229DAK $569.99
Springfield 1911-A1 TRP
  • 45acp · Night Sights · Stainless · 2-7rd Mags · Accessory Package #SPRPC9107LP $1299.99
Springfield TRP Tactical
  • 45acp · Night Sights · Armory Kote · 2-7rd Mags · Accessory Package #SPRPC9108LP $1299.99
Springfield Trophy Match
  • Match Barrel · 45acp · Stainless · Adjustable Sights · 2-7rd Mags · Accessory Package #SPRPI9140LP $1299.99
Steyr Forrester
  • 7/08mm · 26.3 Barrel · NO SIGHT · Walnut Stock #STE2636331 $649.99
Winchester Select Energy Sport
  • 12/28 · Adjustable Stock · Silver Receiver · Belgian #WIN513015461 $1399.99
Winchester Select Energy Sport
  • 12/30/2.75" · Walnut · Ported · 3-Chokes #WIN513034460 $1199.99
Winchester Energy Sport
  • 12/32/2.75" · Adjustable Comb · Walnut Ported · 3- Chokes #WIN513035459S $1289.99
Winchester Select Energy Sport
  • 12/30/2.75" · Adjustable Comb Ported · Walnut · 3-Chokes #WIN513035460S $1289.99
Winchester Select Energy Sport
  • 12/28/2.75" · Adjustable Comb Walnut · Ported · 3-Chokes #WIN513035461 $1289.99
Winchester Select Trap
  • Over/Under · 12/32/2.75" · Adjustable Comb · Deluxe Walnut #WIN513036459S $1399.99
Winchester Select Trap
  • Over/Under · 12/30/2.75" · Adjustable Comb · Walnut Stock #WIN513036460S $1399.99
Winchester Select White Field
  • 12/26/3" · 3-Chokes · Over/Under Belgian #WIN513041371 $999.99
Winchester Select Traditional White Field
  • 12/28/3" · 3-Chokes Over/Under #WIN513044361S $999.99
Winchester Select Traditional White Field
  • 12/26/3" · Over/Under 3-Chokes #WIN513044371 $999.99
Winchester 101
  • New Limited · 12/28/3" · Invector Plus Chokes Blue Receiver · 3-Chokes #WIN513046361 $1299.99
Winchester Model 70
  • 223WSSM · 22" Barrel · Control Round Push Feed · Fixed Floorplate #WIN535943268 $399.99

Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Logic behind Ohio's anti-CHL signs

A great commentary on Gun-Free Zones (skit) from the 1/2 Hour News Hour on Fox.

Some Ohio businesses actually believe that anti-CHL signs keep them safer. Sad it's not the bad guys who are disarmed...