Otis Professional Pistol Cleaning System
It doesn’t matter if you’re carrying it to fill your tag, for quick-access protection around camp or to compete at the local gun club, you need your pistol to operate flawlessly when it counts. Thoroughly clean and maintain your investment with this system. Contains the brushes needed to clean 9MM, .38 and .45 caliber pistols. Patch cleans from 9MM – .45 caliber
8 inch, 12 inch and 20 inch Memory-Flex® Cables for effective and correct Breech-to-Muzzle® cleaning
Two (2) bronze bore brushes remove copper deposits and other fouling
Specialized precision tools for complete breakdown and fine cleaning of all critical and hard to reach areas of your firearm
Lightweight soft pack with belt loop for convenient carrying
Thoroughly clean and maintain your investment with this system
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Glock Black Nylon Pistol Range Bag For Your Glock Pistol Md: AP60211, A must have item for the serious Glock enthusiast, this heavy-duty pistol bag has room for your Glock pistol, ammunition. It is also constructed of DuPont ballistic nylon so it is built to last. These are a much more practical way for carrying you pistol around than the standard tupperware box that the Glock pistols come in from the factory. This is the official licensed Glock merchandise!, Type: Range Bag Color: Black Dimensions: 1 Pistol Material: Dupont Ballistic Nylon Finish: Textured, Manufacturer: GLOCK INC, Model: AP60211
Available from Amazon. Makes a great Christmas gift for the Glock enthusiast, and an inexpensive way to safely carry your pistol.
Glock Part Black Disassembly Tool GT03374
If you ever need a tool to disassemble your Glock, this is it.
Check it out on Amazon. An inexpensive addition to your gun care supplies.
Plano Shooters Case With Gun Rests (X-Large)
This case is versatile. Besides carrying everything you need for rifle maintenance, you can use it to hold your rifle while cleaning it.
The Plano Shooters Case offers all-in-one convenience and sturdy construction for rifle maintenance at home and in the field. Big enough to hold all your cleaning supplies, the Shooters Case is additionally equipped with a staggered yoke system that holds your rifle securely for cleaning. The hard-bodied case features a lift-out tray with a handle to keep smaller items accessible and the deep chamber below offers the capacity for bulkier items.
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Protect Your Hearing With Howard Leight R-01526 Impact Sport Electronic Earmuff Headphones
Avoid hearing loss.
I do not own this brand, but I do have a pair of electronic earmuffs that work very well. Highly recommended if you shoot guns, whether recreationally or for hunting.
I especially like the video review available on Amazon. The man is a sound engineer who shoots some high powered guns, so he really needs the best protection. He doesn’t want to lose his hearing. Nor do I.
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Supreme Court Considers Straw Gun Purchases
In this case the Supreme Court will consider whether purchasing a gun with the intent of reselling to another person, all done legally, is a ‘straw gun’ purchase. Emily Miller states the following:
The Supreme Court decided Tuesday to hear the case of a Virginia man who bought a gun for his uncle and was then convicted of committing a “straw purchase.” The high court will determine whether it is a crime to buy a gun with the intent to resell to another lawful person.
Arguments for Abramski v. United States will take place in January. Bruce Abramski, a retired police officer, bought a handgun for his elderly uncle because he could get it at discount as former law enforcement. Mr. Abramski checked the box on the federal background check form that said he was the “actual buyer.” . . .
This will be a very important case.
Read more of the discussion here.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel – Wants Stricter Gun Laws in Chicago
I can’t understand the thinking of folks like Rahm Emanuel. Chicago already has strict gun control laws, and yet the city has a real problem with criminals using guns to commit crimes. So, have the gun control laws brought this under control, ie, made Chicago a safer place? No, so their answer is more gun control.
CHICAGO — Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel says lax gun laws are a “weak link” in the fight against gun violence.
The Democrat renewed his push Tuesday for legislation to increase gun crime penalties. He says he’ll lobby as much as it’ll take ahead of next week’s veto session in Springfield. . . .
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Why Congress Should Oppose Universal Background Checks – Gun Owners of America
The articles provides thirteen reasons why Congress should oppose them. Here are the first couple to get you started. They are all good reasons. Just that first question is enough to cause concern? Can we trust the administration that gave us Fast & Furious? That was a gun tracking scheme that they lost control of, and we are still waiting for answers.
Thirteen Reasons Why Congress Should Oppose Universal Background Checks
— Biggest concern relates to gun registration and confiscation
Can we really trust the administration that gave us Fast & Furious to respect our Second Amendment rights?
Recent articles in the liberal media have suggested that setting up a framework for gun registration and confiscation -– the so-called “universal background check” –- is somehow less insidious than other gun control proposals currently on the table.
Anyone who believes this is delusional. Here are thirteen reasons why the “universal background check” is the most insidious gun control of all:
FIRST: The principle that no American can own a firearm without getting the go-ahead from the government is offensive to Americans. We don’t require breathalyzer checks before people get into their cars even though drunk drivers kill more than 30 times more people than “assault rifles” do. Nor do we require background checks on clubs and hammers, which also kill more often than “assault rifles.”[i]
SECOND: Universal background checks would not have stopped Adam Lanza (who stole his guns), or James Holmes or Jared Loughner (who passed background checks). . . .
Many great reasons. Please read them and share them with others.
Read more about Universal Background Checks here.
Governor Brown’s Veto Of Semi-Automatic Rifle Bill – “Blood on His Hands” say some
Reactions are mixed to Governor Brown’s vetoes of recent gun bills coming across his desk. It appears the biggest upset was his veto of the semi-automatic rifle bill.
California Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown – the proponent of the “paddle to the left, paddle to the right” school of politics — now finds both camps firing away at his actions on a score of gun legislation today.
While the gun rights conservatives are blasting him for signing what they’re lambasting as “the strictest set” of gun laws in the country, the left is also blasting Brown — saying he has “blood on his hands” for “inexcusable” vetoes.
Their key issue: the veto of SB 374 by Senator Darrell Steinberg,” which conservatives called called “draconian” — but which progressives supported for its ban on future sales of most semi-automatic rifles.
We just talked to Paul Song, head of the progressive Courage Campaign, who told us that his group was “devastated” by Brown’s actions. . . .
Read more here.
California Governor Jerry Brown Vetoes Semi-Automatic Rifle Ban
Governor Brown had 18 gun-related bills on his desk, and although he vetoed this particular bill, he signed 11 others into law. Had he signed this particular bill, it would have banned sales of most semi-automatic rifles with detachable magazines. I just can’t imagine how doing that would reduce crime. Apparently the governor agrees, but how many lawmakers were pushing to get this through? Do they understand what they are doing?
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a bill Friday that would have imposed the nation’s toughest gun ownership restrictions on Californians, saying it was too far-reaching.
The legislation would have banned future sales of most semi-automatic rifles that accept detachable magazines, part of a firearms package approved by state lawmakers in response to mass shootings in other states.
It was lawmakers’ latest attempt to close loopholes that have allowed manufacturers to work around previous assault weapon bans. Gun rights groups had threatened to sue if the semi-automatic weapons ban became law.
“I don’t believe that this bill’s blanket ban on semi-automatic rifles would reduce criminal activity or enhance public safety enough to warrant this infringement on gun owners’ rights,” the Democratic governor wrote in his veto message.
He also noted that California already has some of the nation’s strictest gun and ammunition laws. . . .
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