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Got a round in the tube?

Posted by Rob Longenecker on August 9th, 2016

Some are carrying without a round loaded in the chamber. Various reasons abound. Those that train the best, say keep that puppy loaded.

Click here for article


Sheriff's Tips: Empty Chambers

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Safety in the Gun Store

Posted by Rob Longenecker on December 4th, 2015

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Great video on how to act safely in your local gun store.
Keep your gun in the holster.

Act safely at the gun store.


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The Source and Intention of the Second Amendment

Posted by Rob Longenecker on November 3rd, 2015

This video clearly states how the Second Amendment came to be and what it really means.

The Second Amendment Video

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Top 10 Reasons for Using a Revolver Holster

Posted by Rob Longenecker on October 7th, 2015

Gun holsters are important carrying accessories for firearms. They offer convenience, safety, and protection and help keep your piece concealed yet accessible as needed. There are many different types of gun holsters you can choose from, depending on the type of firearm you are carrying. Revolver holsters are practical purchases because of their many advantages. Here are reasons why you should invest in a good gun holster:

  • Holsters cover the trigger, guard. Put a gun in anyone’s hand and their index finger will immediately find the trigger. Gun holsters keep your gun from accidentally going off, whether inside your pocket or when you take your pistol out.
  • Gun holsters keep your weapon stable and secure in its place, whether you choose to carry concealed or in the open.
  • They prevent constant loading and unloading at the beginning or the end of the day. With a gun holster, you can comfortably leave your gun loaded and ready for action.
  • Gun holsters aid in concealment. In fact, there are holsters that are specially designed to help you carry your piece seamlessly.
  • They help you keep yourself comfortable as you carry a potentially dangerous weapon around.
  • All while keeping your gun accessible and close to your body.
  • Gun holsters help protect your gun from precipitation and moisture, which can be extremely damaging to the finish and the overall quality of your firearm. Sweat and humidity can cause your gun to deteriorate prematurely especially when constantly exposed to wetness. This diminishes the life of your investment.
  • Gun holsters protect you from accidental discharge, especially those that are equipped with different kinds of safety features.
  • Holsters help you keep your weapon close by in case of emergencies.
  • They help support and protect your piece as you carry them or keep them in your safe.


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Texas-based Whataburger says no to Open Carry

Posted by Rob Longenecker on July 9th, 2015

When Texas Legal Open Carry begins in January of 2016, you’re not welcome at Whataburger restaurants.


Texans may soon be able to practice open carry, but not in this San Antonio-based burger chain.

“Whataburger supports customers’ Second Amendment rights and we respect your group’s position, but we haven’t allowed the open carry of firearms in our restaurants for a long time (although we have not prohibited licensed conceal carry). It’s a business decision we made a long time ago and have stood by, and I think it’s important you know why,” Atkinson said.

“From a business standpoint, though, we have to think about how open carry impacts our 34,000+ employees and millions of customers,” Atkinson continued. “We serve customers from all walks of life at more than 780 locations, 24 hours a day, in 10 states and we’re known for a family friendly atmosphere that customers have come to expect from us. We’re the gathering spot for Little League teams, church groups and high school kids after football games.”


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The U.S. Military will use Hollow Point Pistol Ammo

Posted by Rob Longenecker on July 9th, 2015

In a significant doctrinal shift, the U.S. military is relegating full metal jacketed (FMJ) pistol bullets to a training role, and will be adopting modern hollowpoint designs similar to those used by most domestic law enforcement agencies and citizens who carry handguns for self-defense.



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Texas Governor, Greg Abbott Signs Open Carry Bill

Posted by Rob Longenecker on June 17th, 2015

“Today I am proud to expand liberty in the Lone Star State,” said Governor Abbott in a press release.

“By signing these bills into law, Texans can be assured that their Second Amendment rights will be stronger and more secure than ever before.”

Governor Abbott signs open carry into law at a Pflugerville gun shop.


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Colt heading for the auction block

Posted by Rob Longenecker on June 16th, 2015

Sad to see Colt in financial trouble. Here’s the latest.


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So, you’ve got a flashlight…

Posted by Rob Longenecker on April 20th, 2015

Do you have a flashlight on your pistol? Or, in your hand?

Here are some considerations courtesy of Police Magazine.


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The Muslims will dominate us with numbers of children.

Posted by Rob Longenecker on October 23rd, 2014

We don’t have enough kids anymore and the Muslims have many, many more.  It’s true in Europe and it’s true here in America.

They don’t have to defeat us in battle. They will overwhelm us demographically. The wave is already building. They’ll just out vote us.

Watch “The Changing Muslim Demographics video.”

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