Posts Tagged Guns
by: Mark S. Mann
August 4, 2012
This piece has been contributed exclusively for reader’s of SGTreport by our friend Mark, a firearms industry executive & part-time police officer. If you missed my in-depth interview with Mark in which we talk about the Second Amendment, Liberty and the UN gun ban treaty, please give it a listen, here. ~ SGT
Steps Every Gun Owner Should Take To Help Protect Their Guns & Gun Rights:
by Mark S. Mann,
Theft of legally owned firearms from gun owners is on the increase every year. The NRA, the Media or Law Enforcement never fully covers the severity and depth of this issue. Many of the guns used in crimes are those that our stolen out of the residences of legal gun owners. By taking a few easy and practical steps, you help prevent being a victim of gun theft, and help limit access to criminals that would use your firearms in the commission of a crime. By doing this, over the long term, it will undoubtedly have a positive effect on statistics of crime and gun violence, which are used to attack private gun ownership.
Don’t make it easy for Criminals, Gun Grabbing Police & Federal Agents, or UN Troops to just walk away with your firearms. What good was it having your firearms if they are stolen or easily confiscated when you need them most? If you lose your guns how can they protect you? You also need protect your guns.
This all starts with covering the following steps:
August 3, 2012
In Garden Grove, California the other day, a 65 year old woman with a gun chased 5 armed criminals out of her jewelry store. The video of this amazing incident (posted below) is quite funny, but it also demonstrates a very serious point. The streets of many of our largest cities are slowly but surely being transformed into a living hell as our society rots from the inside out. The criminals are always going to have plenty of guns. If we have no way to defend ourselves, then many of us will be at the mercy of the criminals. For example, imagine what would have happened if those 5 armed robbers had invaded her home at night? Without a gun, what could that 65 year old woman have done? The best she could hope for is that the criminals would take whatever they wanted and would not do any violence to her or to her family. Of course the police would show up later and “take a report”, but the police would not be able to undo any of the damage that the crooks had already done. This is especially true when it comes to violence against women. You can always replace your possessions, but you can never undo a sexual assault or a rape. America is being absolutelyoverrun by psychos these days, and if you don’t have a gun how in the world are you going to keep a pack of criminals from having their way with you or with members of your family? I realize that is a very disturbing thing to think about, but these are dark times that we are living in. As society continues to fall apart we are going to see home invasions because more twisted and more horrifying than ever before.
Without a gun, the 65 year old woman in the video below and her employees would have been at the mercy of whatever the criminals wanted to do.
Hopefully the criminals would have just grabbed a bunch of jewelry and left the store, but you never know.
The following is a description of this incident from the Los Angeles Times….
The attempted heist occurred Sunday at Continental Jewelry in the 12000 block of Brookhurst Street. Surveillance footage from the store shows a white SUV backing up to the front of the building and five men getting out, pillowcases in hand.
The men rush to the front of the counter and point handguns at the clerks and a customer. Seconds later the shots are fired and the men race back to the door, fighting to get out as the woman runs after them.
Video of this elderly woman shooting at these thieves and chasing them out of her store is posted below….
July 30, 2012
Gun ownership in America is the primary reason why the internationalists fear the wrath of an armed citizenry.
The destruction of the Bill of Rights is a prime objective of the beltway statists. Conversely, the elimination of the remnants of an American federalist constitutional republic is the key eliminate required for imposition of the global Illuminati matrix.
The primal reason to foster a society that bears weapons is to maintain the means to fight tyranny on your native soil.
The United Nations is a subversive and diabolical appendage of world despotism. The choice has never been clearer. Lock and load or kneel and grovel. Guns are mere instruments of force or defense, while government oppression is the reason why the public must possess the means of accountability.
Government of, by and for the people has become domination, coercion and submission to the State.
The inarguable linkage that private gun ownership has given pause to the most abusive authoritarianism, has served this nation well. Since the founding of the country, the clear lesson of history, that an armed population counteracts and checks the effective ambition of despots, protected our liberty.
Now the proposed UN backdoor gun registration and eventual confiscation is exposed. The most basic of common law rights are the target for destruction. The excellent research of Aaron Dykes in Leaked UN Treaty Does Ban Guns, provides the evidence.
July 25, 2012
As the mainstream media catches up to the chaos in Anaheim, similar outrage is brewing in Dallas – hundreds of protesters there have been taking to the streets after an officer shot and killed a suspect that reportedly was unarmed. According to police, the victim – James Harper -was shot after leading cops on a chase. The officer claims though that he feared for his life. Some protesters believe it was racially motivated and is just one example of a corrupt police force. Anna Merlan of the Dallas Observer joins RT’s Liz Wahl for an update.
by: Steve Watson
July 24, 2012
Gun sales in Colorado and elsewhere in the country have spiked exponentially since Friday’s tragic mass shooting in Aurora.
The Denver Post reported today that 1,216 background checks were conducted in Colorado on Friday alone for people looking to purchase a gun. That equates to a 43 percent increase compared to the average number of checks for the previous two Fridays,
Friday through Sunday, Colorado approved a total of 2,887 background checks, again a 43% rise on the same period in the previous week.
“A lot of it is people saying, ‘I didn’t think I needed a gun, but now I do,’” Jake Meyers, a worker at the Parker gun store, told the Denver Post. “When it happens in your backyard, people start reassessing – ‘Hey, I go to the movies.’”
“It’s been insane,” Meyers added, referring to the amount of people seeking training for a concealed carry permit, a legal right in 49 of the 50 US states.
July 19, 2012
July 17, 2012
Ignore its proximity to the border, and the Texas fracking boom is like many others around America. Trucks hauling construction supplies barrel down country highways. Boom towns, sprawling networks of new private roads and hundreds of drilling sites have popped up. But the boom for Texas tea — oil and gas, that is — has inadvertently torn a giant hole in the Border Patrol’s defenses.
According to a report from the Houston Chronicle, drug traffickers are using the state’s Eagle Ford Shale to move drugs. Cartels have stolen trucks belonging to energy companies, and have bribed truck drivers and contractors who have flooded the area for work. The cartels may also be cloning vehicles to resemble company trucks. This is while new roads sprouting along the oil and gas fields have inadvertently opened new routes around the Border Patrol’s highway checkpoints.
“[Traffickers] are using those roads to transport drugs, guns, ammo, you name it,” Albert DeLeon, chief deputy for the Dimmit County sheriff’s office, told Chronicle reporter Dane Schiller.
July 15, 2012
I was in the 3rd grade when I experience my first earth quake. It was October 17th, 1989 at 6:04 in the evening. Just about dinner time for my sister and I. We were enjoying a regular evening home with my mother while my father was just about to leave from his office job just about an hour away from our house.
I don’t quite remember exactly what we were doing the moment it hit but as soon as it did, my short lived 9 years of life changed forever. I remember my mother grabbing me and literally throwing me under our dining room table. She grabbed my kid sister (just 6 six years old) and did the same with her. After that, ever the cat lover, she scooped up both of our cats as if they were footballs and handed one to each of us girls and told us to hold on tight and stay. That’s when I remember actually feeling the shaking and hearing the noises of rattling glass and creaking walls. The entire house was shaking. My mother did not get under the table with us. Instead, she stood just 15 feet away holding up her prized grandfather clocked passed down from generations. I remember screaming and crying “MOM” “MOM” begging her to come under the table. It was the most terrifying thing I have ever experienced. Then the shaking stopped, just as suddenly as it had started. It was the Loma Prieta Earthquake, 6.9 on the Richter and 7.1 with surface waves. San Francisco, 1989.