Category Archives: Gun safety

Top Crime Headline: “Shooting The Bull”

Scanning the crime headlines, I found something unusual. Good advice instead sordid details. Click on over, the Alley will be here when you click back. Stranger

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A Step Toward “Smart Gun Technology?”

The Daily Mail reports on a ‘mind reading device that deciphers words from a speakers brain before they are spoken. Is this a step on the road to a Weapons Shop type “smart gun?” I doubt it. First, since the … Continue reading

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Minnesota, Stillwater Denies Variance For A Badly Needed Range

In a move that is not unexpected in a State dominated by the Farmer-Lab oer (Democratic) Party, the has denied a variance for a badly needed range. The story is at the link, and the Alley will be here a … Continue reading

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Tam Speaketh Winged Words

Tam has a good and thought provoking item at this link. Not much to add to that other than to recall the late, since 1948, Red Bowdie. Red used a 32/20 in his meat hunting trips into East Texas brush … Continue reading

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HuufPo Publishes Anti-Gun Agitprop

In the double decade between 1993 and 2013 Americans bought and taken home more than 200 million guns. In 1993, 78 American Law Enforcement Officers were shot to death in the line of duty. While that compares favorably with 1982’s … Continue reading

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One To Emulate: Church Opens Range

As I have pointed out several times, among Jesus last words to his disciples was an injunction to arm themselves. By extension, Christians are Jesus disciples in this age, and the injunction carries as much weight as it did at … Continue reading

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“Would I trust A twelve Year Old With A Loaded Gun?”

One of the trolls, in opposition to high school clay target leagues, asks if I would trust a twelve year old with a loaded gun. Twelve is a little young for high school, but I not only trusted a twelve … Continue reading

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Are You Safer With A Gun In The House?

The “risk” from gun ownership comes from two factors, criminal predation and gun accidents. While gun control advocates often cite suicides as a risk factor, experience has shown that a person bent on suicide will find a way, even if … Continue reading

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Children, Guns, Accidents

Someone came by searching for “children,guns,accidents.” 115 years ago there were 75 million Americans, 2,718 recorded fatal firearms accidents, 971 of those children; defined as a person who has no reached their 16th birthday. For 2013, there were 320 million … Continue reading

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Kansas City Star Comments On Constitutional Carry

In a surprisingly neutral report, the Kansas City Star reports on Kansas new Constitutional Carry law. Briefly quoting the Kansas City Star report linked above: The new law, which kicks in July 1, makes Kansas the sixth state to allow … Continue reading

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