Keep and Bear Arms
Home Members Login/Join About Us News/Editorials Archives Take Action Your Voice Web Services Free Email
You are 1 of 114 active visitors Saturday, January 28, 2023
EMAIL NEWS
Main Email List:
Subscribe
Unsubscribe

State Email Lists:
Click Here
SUPPORT KABA
» Join/Renew Online
» Join/Renew by Mail
» Make a Donation
» Magazine Subscriptions
» KABA Memorial Fund
» Advertise Here
» Use KABA Free Email

» JOIN/Renew NOW! «
 
SUPPORT OUR SUPPORTERS

 

YOUR VOTE COUNTS

Keep and Bear Arms - Vote In Our Polls
Do you oppose Biden's anti-gun executive orders?
Yes
No
Undecided

Current results
Earlier poll results
3563 people voted

 

SPONSORED LINKS

 
» U.S. Gun Laws
» AmeriPAC
» NoInternetTax
» Gun Show On The Net
» 2nd Amendment Show
» SEMPER FIrearms
» Colt Collectors Assoc.
» Personal Defense Solutions

 

 


Today | By Month
Newslinks for 5/10/2021

Submit
Newslinks
Search
Newslinks
History of 22 Long Ammo
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

There are no comments on this story
Post Comments | Read Comments

 
The .22 Long was introduced in 1871, and was expected to be a natural progression from the .22 CB to the .22 Short and beyond. To improve the performance of the .22 Short, the case was lengthened and the powder charge boosted, while retaining the 29 grain bullet of the .22 Short. It is currently the second oldest surviving rimfire cartridge on the market.
 

Sturm, Ruger sees a 50% jump in sales
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

There are no comments on this story
Post Comments | Read Comments

 
A worldwide pandemic, political turmoil and mass shootings are usually not good for most businesses, but for firearms manufacturers like Sturm, Ruger & Co. they have meant increased revenue and profits. The company reported a nearly 50% boost in revenue, to $184.4 million, for the first quarter of 2021 over the same quarter in 2020. It also said its net income more than doubled to $38.2 million for the same period, and it announced a quarterly dividend of 71 cents a share.
 

CO: Boulder Mass Shooting Suspect Wounded by Officer: Report
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

There are no comments on this story
Post Comments | Read Comments

 
The mass murder suspect in Boulder, Colorado’s March 22 shooting at the King Soopers that left 10 people dead was wounded by a Boulder police officer, according to a report released Thursday.

A report from Boulder County District Attorney Michael T. Dougherty said Ahmed Al Aliwi Alissa was wounded in the leg by a bullet from the pistol of Officer Richard Steidell. The report also found Steidell was justified in shooting Alissa, stopping the fatal attack.

 

Survey Says – Americans Do Not Want New Gun Control Laws
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

There are no comments on this story
Post Comments | Read Comments

 
There’s a family feud within the Democratic party aimed at pushing more gun control on Americans who’re buying firearms at a record pace, and what they actually want. President Joe Biden, gun control groups like Everytown for Gun Safety and Giffords and Congressional antigun Democrats are jamming through more restrictive policies.
 

MI: Second Amendment Supporters March Through Downtown Marquette
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

There are no comments on this story
Post Comments | Read Comments

 
A march supporting the second amendment took place in downtown Marquette Saturday morning. Citizens United for Freedom And Firearms (C.U.F.F), a non-profit group supporting the second amendment, hosted the “March For Our Rights” event. Participants gathered at Harlow Park and marched down West Washington Street in Marquette holding signs, flags, and firearms. The group made its’ way to the Courthouse and up to the Police Department before looping back to Harlow Park.
 

DE: Gun Rally Draws Kent, Sussex County Support
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

There are no comments on this story
Post Comments | Read Comments

 
More than 500 gun supporters gathered at Legislative Mall in Dover May 8 to voice their opposition to two gun bills that are headed to the House for final passage. “I need a commitment from everyone that the next time we have one of these rallies, you bring someone with you,” said Mitch Denham, president of Delaware Gun Rights.
 

ID: Guns-in-schools Bills Won’t Move This Legislative Session
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

There are no comments on this story
Post Comments | Read Comments

 
Two competing guns-in-schools bills will not get a hearing in the waning days of the 2021 legislative session. “This session’s over,” Senate State Affairs Committee Chair Patti Anne Lodge, R-Caldwell, told Idaho Education News. “I am not having another committee hearing.”
 

Review: CrossBreed DropSlide OWB Holster
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

There are no comments on this story
Post Comments | Read Comments

 
What do you do if you want a tight-to-the-body OWB for concealed carry but don’t like how high most OWBs ride on your belt? Maybe the height bothers you because it’s just a little too close to your elbow on the draw. In that case, the CrossBreed DropSlide OWB Holster might be a good choice.

 

Handgun Sights: Then & Now
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

There are no comments on this story
Post Comments | Read Comments

 
A long time ago, I was privileged to handle an original Colt Paterson revolver. As you may recall, this was the first American revolver—a legendary arm that saw wide use in frontier conflict. The Paterson principle of multiple chambers rotating into alignment with the barrel proved itself over and over again. The original maker of this arm is still making guns on this principle. When I examined that much used sample, I was sternly advised not to work the action. This was in deference to the aging lockwork of a century-old handgun. I recall that there was a tiny little front sight, but no visible rear sight. Colt revolvers at the time used a slight notch on the tip of a (cocked) hammer for a rear sight.
 

New Revolvers for 2021
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

There are no comments on this story
Post Comments | Read Comments

 
As firearms continue to sell at record pace, manufacturers are struggling to keep up with demand for existing models. Nonetheless, innovation continues. We are seeing introductions of MRDS-ready, striker-fired, polymer-frame pistols, including higher-capacity micro-9s. Also hitting the market with some frequency are large-format pistols in both rifle and pistol calibers. And, of course, super-premium 1911s continue to be unveiled at the aspirational end of the market.

 

Fueling Confusion- Biden’s Enforcement Mercenaries To Crack Down On Homemade Guns
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

There are no comments on this story
Post Comments | Read Comments

 
One of the founding antithesis to principles of overbearing autocratic expansive government revolves around the concept of diversion while attempting to dissolve a right or codify a behavior, combined with the brute force purity of repetition. At least the Biden administration was not cryptic in threatening broad and strict gun control measures, sprinkled with specified obscure limitations in sowing debilitating ideas threatening to propagate into legal precedent.
 

NY: Three Wounded in Times Square amid 83 Percent Surge in NYC Shootings
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

There are no comments on this story
Post Comments | Read Comments

 
Three people were wounded in Times Square on Saturday night as shootings in Mayor Bill de Blasio’s (D) New York City surge 83 percent. The New Daily reports three individuals were shot around 5 p.m. Saturday “at the intersection of 7th Avenue and 44th Street.”
 

'Bad Timing': Rise & Fall of Luxembourg's SOLA Submachine Guns
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

There are no comments on this story
Post Comments | Read Comments

 
Luxembourg is not a country that is known for gun-making, nor is it typically associated with the political intrigues of decolonizing the African continent. Nevertheless, in 1957, gun-making drew Luxembourg into the middle of a diplomatic confrontation with both France and Belgium regarding the war in Algeria. It all started in January 1952 when 49-year-old businessman Nicolas Scholer established a company named Société Luxembourgeoise d'Armes (abbreviated as “SOLA”) with administrative offices in the city of Vianden, and a factory in the city of Ettelbruck.
 

CO: Colorado- House Expected to Consider Pair of Anti-Gun Measures this Week
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

There are no comments on this story
Post Comments | Read Comments

 
With bills rapidly advancing through the legislature, the Colorado House will likely consider two anti-gun measures this week and your State Representative needs to hear from you! House Bill 1298 allows for the indefinite delay of firearm transfers. Current state law allows licensed firearm dealers to proceed with firearm transfers if the Colorado Bureau of Investigation does not make a determination within three days, for what is supposed to be an instant background check done by computers.

 

Now in FDE: FN 503, Five-seveN Pistol Models
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

There are no comments on this story
Post Comments | Read Comments

 
South Carolina-based FN this month announced new flat dark earth offerings in both its Five-seveN and 503 model pistols. “Today’s gun buyer is looking for variety and options, not just with accessories but with color variants that stand out in unique and noticeable ways,” said Chris Cole, VP of Sales and Marketing for FN America. “FN’s all-FDE models certainly stand out and we feel that these new releases in our signature color give consumers greater options to further customize, and personalize their gun and gear setups.”


 

 QUOTES TO REMEMBER
A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the dying, take orders, give orders, cooperate, act alone, solve equations, analyze a new problem, pitch manure, program a computer, cook a tasty meal, fight efficiently, die gallantly. Specialization is for insects. — Robert Heinlein

COPYRIGHT POLICY: The posting of copyrighted articles and other content, in whole or in part, is not allowed here. We have made an effort to educate our users about this policy and we are extremely serious about this. Users who are caught violating this rule will be warned and/or banned.
If you are the owner of content that you believe has been posted on this site without your permission, please contact our webmaster by following this link. Please include with your message: (1) the particulars of the infringement, including a description of the content, (2) a link to that content here and (3) information concerning where the content in question was originally posted/published. We will address your complaint as quickly as possible. Thank you.

 
NOTICE:  The information contained in this site is not to be considered as legal advice. In no way are Keep And Bear Arms .com or any of its agents responsible for the actions of our members or site visitors. Also, because this web site is a Free Speech Zone, opinions, ideas, beliefs, suggestions, practices and concepts throughout this site may or may not represent those of Keep And Bear Arms .com. All rights reserved. Articles that are original to this site may be redistributed provided they are left intact and a link to http://www.KeepAndBearArms.com is given. Click here for Contact Information for representatives of KeepAndBearArms.com.

Thawte.com is the leading provider of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and digital certificate solutions used by enterprises, Web sites, and consumers to conduct secure communications and transactions over the Internet and private networks.

KeepAndBearArms.com, Inc. © 1999-2023, All Rights Reserved. Privacy Policy