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Escape Vehicle Ban of 2016

Recent reports are creating a frenzy over the increasing numbers of motor vehicles used in crimes.

We all know that these reports are total BS because the item used to commit a crime is not the real problem, but they make exciting news stories and prompt citizens to feel important by choosing which of the 2 clearly defined “sides” of the “issue” they support, so they continue to proliferate.

Repercussions are largely as expected.

The American public has resumed its cries of “why doesn’t somebody do something?” while simultaneously intending to do nothing more strenuous than posting an emotionally charged status on social media.

*Note: “somebody” in the above context can be assumed to mean “somebody else” and “something” can be assumed to mean “something that doesn’t involve any action, discomfort, or minor irrelevant changes in my own personal routine.”

dangers that prompted the escape vehicle ban
Evidence of the public danger presented by escape vehicles

As usual, politicians have espied the opportunity to seize upon the vague, general fear, and use that widespread unease to sign their name on yet another piece of feel-good legislation.

The proposed legislation will, of course, not actually provide any security.

But at least the aforementioned politicians can claim that they’ve taken some kind of action on your behalf, and will certainly remind you of this during the next election cycle.

The proposed Escape Vehicle Ban legislation is as follows:

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How To Immediately Improve Accuracy Without Firing a Single Shot

Do you actually get to the range as often as you would like? If you’re like most people, your schedule simply doesn’t allow for daily, or even weekly, trips to your favorite shooting rang to hone your skills. Family obligations, work, and all those grownup responsibilities just keep getting in the way, right? And besides that, with the rising cost of ammunition, most sportsmen are finding that they have to cut back a little. Even reloading expenses can add up…there are other advantages to reloading your own rounds, but that’s another blog post.

On top of that, sometimes the weather doesn’t cooperate, or you’re exhausted from a long day at work and don’t feel like packing up your supplies and then cleaning your guns afterwards, or you have to stay home to supervise the kids, or maybe you don’t have a place to shoot locally. Even though we all know that a responsible gun owner practices with his/her firearms on a regular basis, sometimes it just feels like the world is conspiring against us to keep us from getting onto the firing line.

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New Common Sense Regulations Announced after Deadly Accident

Not One More Death

In response to an overwhelming public outcry for safer roads and common sense reform after the tragic death of a promising young teenager in a drag racing incident, Congress has reacted by introducing a bill that, if passed, will implement a series of common-sense regulations designed to keep streets safe for our children.

What is it?

This initiative has been dubbed the “Vehicle Safety Act” and aims to make sure that tragedies like the one this weekend never happen again.

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Show What You Stand For with NEW Exclusive Tee-Shirts!

Proudly declare that you stand FOR individual rights and AGAINST discrimination! Here at Gadsden Guns, we believe that fear and prejudice are bad decision makers, and that’s why we’re out there every day educating people, sharing the TRUTH about firearms and shooting sports, and opposing anyone who uses fear, ignorance, and misinformation to keep the American people defenseless.

Even in 2015, discrimination still runs rampant, but it goes farther than you think. It’s not just about race – it’s about unscrupulous people in power using the public’s insecurities and lack of knowledge to assert control over the populace. Take, for example, the idea of an “assault rifle.” Did you know that there’s really no such thing? The myth of the so-called assault rifle is so widespread that most people think the AR in AR-15 stands for Assault Rifle, but in actuality, it’s an abbreviation for ArmaLite, the manufacturer. So what makes a rifle worthy of that scary title?

The answer might surprise you.

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