Jeff Pittman

Jeff Pittman
Be thankful I don't own a tank

Joe, NRA, SCOTUS

Words A thought: If they’re rioting, don’t call them “protesters.” Action item on federal “red flag” nonsense House Votes to “Red Flag” Military Personnel in Veto-Proof Majority Shotgun Joe’s gun confiscation plan https://joebiden.com/gunsafety/ (You’ll have to click through the contribution request.) Flying with guns We have word that the TSA has modified its rules for transport of guns in checked baggage …

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NRA Meeting, Litigation, Church Attack, DGUs, Ayoobio

NRA meeting postponed again? We have a report that the NRA Annual Meeting of Members and Board Meeting scheduled for the first weekend in September in Springfield, MO, is being rescheduled, probably for November, due to COVID-19 attendance limitations. We understand that the NRA membership sale runs until the end of this month. Litigation Dick Heller Weighing Another D.C. Gun …

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MS AG, Church Attack, COVID, Boats, Lead

Mississippi local gun bans Mississippi’s new attorney general seems to have finally found her website. There is now a page for complaints about local governments violating state law concerning gun ban signs. Churches Attackers don’t always use guns. This example was last Sunday in Florida. Election. Less than 4 months away. All 435 seats in the United States House of …

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2A News (Second Amendment News)

MS Anniversary & Bills, Churches, Deterrence

Mississippi’s whining and clueless liberals THIRTY years ago this summer, in 1990, the State of Mississippi enacted its concealed carry license law, making it legal for a person with the license (also called a permit in the law) to carry a handgun in most places. Before that (and since then without the license), it was generally illegal to carry a …

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Dilemma: "Racist cops" vs. "Only cops should have guns"

Litigation, Studies, Industry News, MS Bills

Independence Day is this weekend. Y’all go be responsibly independent. Why do you want to be an American? When asked of “Ank” (Hank), a French-Moroccan paratrooper, his reply was: “You kee-deeng me? More free! Very big, purple mountain majesty, wave of grain, cool! ‘Ot dogs at baze-ball game! Yankees, Indians of Cleve-land! Cruising in Chevy Camaro! More pretty chick-ladies, all …

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Litigation, MS Bills, Enemies, Only Ones

Litigation Chief U.S. District Judge Daniel P. Jordan III of the U.S. District Court of the Southern District of Mississippi issued a consent decree last week in the case filed by MS Rep. Dana Criswell (R-Olive Branch) against the City of Jackson and its mayor, ordering the City to never again act on its own to restrict the right to …

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How do they fit all that stupid into one head?

NRA Meeting, Litigation, Looneys

NRA meeting The NRA has officially announced that the 149th Annual Meeting of Members, previously scheduled for Saturday, April 18, 2020 in Nashville, TN, has been rescheduled for Saturday, September 5, at the Springfield Expo Center located at 635 E. Saint Louis Street, Springfield, Missouri. The Meeting with take place in Halls A/B/C of the Expo Center and commence at …

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Protest vs looting

Litigation, NRA, Riots, Tactics

MS federal gun case The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that an employee of a company contracted to do work at a Nissan plant in Canton, Mississippi who was fired for having a firearm in his car at work has no legal protection, even under the state’s law that allows for some legal gun owners to lawfully …

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