Here’s an innovative product for gun storage, Tactical Walls is the name of it and it’s pretty self explanatory. Essentially, it’s a molded insert that you place between the wall studs in your house. The interesting part is that you can cover it with a mirror, picture frame, or similar … Continue reading
As someone who has been a passive observer to the current ammo market, my shooting hobby hasn’t really been disrupted. I did get my dad to join my winter pistol league and experiencing the ammo search through him has been very eye opening to the extent of the drought. Helping … Continue reading
As the fear of an impending semi-automatic rifle ban has lead to a leap in ammunition demand and has impacted the general public, the corresponding increased prices are also effecting law enforcement’s budgets as well. Orland Park’s Police Chief Tim McCarthy requested an early purchase of ammunition for “training” amounting … Continue reading
According to the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Teachers’ Pension Fund is working to back out of its investments related to what it calls military-style rifles. The reported value of these investments varies (as does the casino known as the stock market fluctuates). The holdings are somewhere between $125,000 and $260,000 … Continue reading
1. Issue a Presidential Memorandum to require federal agencies to make relevant data available to the federal background check system.
2. Address unnecessary legal barriers, particularly relating to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, that may prevent states from making information available to the background check system.
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Newt Gingrich presented a probing newsletter to members of House members questioning the effectiveness of Chicago’s anti-gun tactics and Chicago’s undeserved title of Murder Capital of the United States. A title earned with over 500 gun homicides last year — about 1 for every 5,300 people.
Gingrich asked, Why … Continue reading