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Product Review: Tank007 TK-703 – Tiny but mighty

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October 20, 2012
Product Review:  Tank007 TK-703 – Tiny but mighty

by John Boch If you would have told me twenty years ago that I could carry a flashlight scarcely bigger than a 7.62×51 cartridge which would emit about 50 lumens of light on a single AAA battery, I would have laughed at you. Just such an animal exists today, for $10.96 delivered from DealExtreme.com. ...
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Sustainment training: Keep your skills sharp

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October 18, 2012
Sustainment training:  Keep your skills sharp

  by Scott Norton Firearms and Tactics Instructor US Training Center Since I’ve never met anyone who could shoot that didn’t dry fire we’ll start by assuming that you keep up with that. Now that we’re at the range but short of time or funds how do we keep in shooting shape? Let’s look...
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Nov 2012 GunNews is here early!

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October 17, 2012
Nov 2012 GunNews is here early!

We’re putting up the current issue of GunNews a little earlier then normal, in part because of the upcoming election. Download it and enjoy.  To get your copy delivered to your mailbox (the dead tree version) each month, sign up for a membership in Guns Save Life. We defend your right to defend yourself. ...
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Tom Shafer: On Survivalism

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October 17, 2012
Tom Shafer:  On Survivalism

About a month ago, some old guy predicted the end of the world on May 21st.  And when it didn’t end, he said he had the date wrong and it’s now in October.  He’s milking this pretty good, especially since the October date will be his third attempt at predicting the date the world...
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10 Things every home should have for short-term survival

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October 16, 2012
10 Things every home should have for short-term survival

by Skip Coryell (Human Events.com) – A few weeks ago, the lights in my house flickered, came back on, then died. The temperature was 32 degrees outside, and it was getting dark fast. I live out in the boondocks and that happens a half dozen times a year. I’ve learned to prepare myself for...
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Olivia’s Story: One happy 7-year-old’s first shots ever

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October 15, 2012
Olivia’s Story:  One happy 7-year-old’s first shots ever

Olivia’s story by John Boch (Guns Save Life) – We had a little seven-year-old girl named Olivia at the Appleseed in Danville.  She was from a family of five, where four were shooting. To her credit, Olivia was very good all Saturday keeping herself busy and out of the way, but on the ride...
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OCCUPY MOVEMENT: Free Guns For All? Nah.

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October 13, 2012
OCCUPY MOVEMENT:  Free Guns For All?  Nah.

Originally published in November 2011, GunNews was one of the first publications to call into question the true motives of the so-called “Occupy” movement. Occupy Wall Street seemed to have its origins in bringing attention to the unlawful acts perpetrated by Wall Street banks and financial institutions. What have these folks on Wall Street...
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All politicians should speak this plainly

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October 12, 2012
All politicians should speak this plainly

By Tom Menner One of the best things that happened in November 2010 was Second Amendment Patriot leader Jim Tomes being elected to the Indiana State Senate.   This would be the equivalent of electing Dr. Richard Klein, a former president of Guns Save Life, as an Illinois state Senator.  It was a very good...
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After Action: GSL Defense Training’s NRA Personal Protection in the Home course

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October 11, 2012
After Action:  GSL Defense Training’s NRA Personal Protection in the Home course

After-action report:   GSL Defense Training’s NRA Personal Protection in the Home class by Dr. Doug Rokke Major, retired, U. S. Army (Gun Save Life) – I had the distinct pleasure to participate as a student in the GSL Defense Training NRA Personal Protection in the Home class taught at Darnall’s Gun Works and...
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Earl Riggins… the loss of a good friend and great American

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October 10, 2012
Earl Riggins…  the loss of a good friend and great American

by Dean Rothermel (Guns Save Life) – On a blustery Central Illinois day in March 2011, many from around the country joined in saying goodbye to Earl Riggins, a brave American hero who helped America defeat Japan in World War II. Riggins served as a Marine guard on the USS Indianapolis, the fast cruiser...
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