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Are You Ready? – Ammo Background Checks Ready and Waiting!
It’s upon us!. Tom King, president of the New york State Rifle and Pistol Assoc. stated on Friday’s Cam and Company on the Sportsman’s Channel, that the NYSAFE Act’s long awaited background check for ammunition sales is ready to go. … Continue reading
A New York State of Mind – or How to Work Out Your Depression…
So, here I am a Long Island New Yorker, and as if that wasn’t bad enough, I also happen to be a shooter, High Power/Service Rifle, as well as pistol and the occasional shotgun and muzzleloader. As such, I can … Continue reading
The Empire State – It’s gunna be fun!
I used to live in Chicago, where my Grandfather was often quoted as saying, “Trow da bum out!” He was referring to the illustrious long term Mayor Richard Joseph Daley, whom he considered the embodiment of Chicago’s political machine. I … Continue reading
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