Breast cancer awareness month is very near and dear to my heart from people I know who have been diagnosed and beat it and those who unfortunately haven't and I like to give back when I can. For the month of October we are going to put pink eyelets on our holsters and donate a portion of each sale to the cause. Please help us help the cause!
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Due to how long it will be before my video series starts (this spring ideally) I’m toying with the idea of writing a book to not only describe alternatives to gun control but how we can enact actual policies to more effectively combat gun violence. Just an idea, more to come. 7,000 words so far tho👀 (photo blurred for protective reasons)
I feel like @coltfirearms should be boycotted. They are making it easy for the #government . Why have new #gun legislation if the firearms manufacturers do the job for you? It seems coincidental at best that they stop making #AR15 for the public in order to concentrate on making them for the government. Seems like a fair trade. #guncontrol#2ndammendment#molanlabe
US gun manufacturer Colt has said it will suspend the production of sporting rifles for consumers.
Those include the AR-15, a semi-automatic rifle that has been used in several recent US mass shootings.
Colt says it remains committed to the right to bear arms, but that the US market is already saturated with similar weapons.
It will focus instead on fulfilling contracts for customers in the military and police, it added.
Colt's decision is unlikely to make it more difficult for people to get hold of semi-automatic weapons, as many other manufacturers make similar rifles, observers say
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Practice practice practice... Some ‘me time’ to get me put of the gym and managing my business is a must for me on a weekly basis. And remember fellas, safety is always fourth! (Or fifth). #2ndammendment @shadowsystemscorp MR918 by far my favorite in my arsenal 👍🏼🙌🏼
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This is my working .45 LC Ruger Blackhawk. A parts gun, the frame was from a .44 Magnum Super Blackhawk. The grip frame, cylinder, barrel, hammer, ejector rod housing, and trigger came from a gun show. I engraved the steel .44 Super parts and sold them, ending up with a complete Ruger .44 Magnum Super revolver. After I assembled the various .45 parts, I used a ¾” ball end mill to remove part of the recoil shield and loading gate for weight reduction. I chopped the factory stainless barrel to 3.75”. The grip frame and ejector rod were from a Blackhawk and aluminum. I removed the black anodizing. After lightly engraving, I sent the frame parts off to hard chrome. You can see the differences in the stainless, hard chrome, and aluminum, but that’s ok, I rather like it. The grips were rosewood from Eagle Grips and inexpensive. I rounded the butt and then the grips to match. My intent was to have a fairly light weight .45 for bear protection while backpacking. It now weighs in at 33 ounces, empty. It has been along on quite a few sheep and bear hunts as a loaner when I’d take a friend along with me on one of my walk-abouts. The Swiss army knife is a Wenger I found on the trail one day. It was missing its emblem. After polishing it up, I filled the emblem void with a piece of brass, then engraved it with a stylized castle tower and some of my scroll.