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Gun Stuff…….Redcoats are Back…EPA useless…Withdrawing….

Reed Refuses to Budge as Eastern Show Fallout Nears 200

Despite the withdrawal of at least 183 exhibitors, and 23 scheduled celebrities, British-owned Reed Outdoor Exhibitions refuses to budge on a prohibition of the presence or display of images of the modern sporting rifle at its Eastern Sports and Outdoor Show scheduled for February 2-10 at the State Farm Complex in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Yesterday, Smith & Wesson, the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) joined the growing list of companies withdrawing both their participation and sponsorship of the east’s largest sport and outdoor show. In protest of the Reed Decision, former advertiser MyNortheastOutdoors.com plans to build and host a no-cost “Virtual Sports Show” online for vendors who have pulled out of the show.

Smith & Wesson® Withdraws from Eastern Sports and Outdoor Show

Smith & Wesson, a U.S. based leader in firearm manufacturing and design, today announced that the Company will not attend nor will it support or participate in the 2013 Eastern Sports and Outdoor Show in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The announcement comes after the decision of show management company, Reed Exhibitions, to prohibit the display of modern sporting rifles in this year’s event.

NWTF Joins Companies Withdrawing from Eastern Sports and Outdoor Show

Calling it “an important time to take a clear stance on the support of sportsmen and the Second Amendment and the clear link between the two, the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) has joined the companies withdrawing from the Eastern Sports and Outdoor Show due to the show’s decision to ban the display of modern sporting rifles.

RMEF Withdraws from Eastern Outdoor Show

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has announced its withdrawal as an exhibitor and conductor of the elk calling contest from the Eastern Sports and Outdoor Show in Pennsylvania. RMEF believes disallowing of legal modern sporting rifles taken by Reed, a British company, are detrimental to the Second Amendment and our right as Americans to bear arms.

This Week in Guns – Bans & Confiscations

This Week in Guns features a panel of hosts from the Firearms Radio Network headed by Jake Challand, they discuss the magazine ban in New York, possible confiscations and the realities of an assault weapon ban.

Beck and lots of Guns…

During his television program on Tuesday night, Glenn Beck brought in gun expert Paul Michael and historian David Barton to dispel a number of myths about firearms. In the middle of Beck’s Dallas studio sat a table full of various types of firearms — all unloaded of course.

Watch Beck and company go over the difference between “assault rifles” and regular rifles and other common misconceptions about guns:

Hollywood Blames Guns, Americans Blame Hollywood

If we banned TeeVees…Hollywierd wold shrivel up and die…Just a thought….

If you only own 1 gun, own this 1

I agree the .22 lr would make and excellent one gun to survive weapon. I would not as to it ‘having’ to be a Ruger. I think there are a number of fine .22 rifles out there..and I own a couple…

Kurt Schlichter:
Let the Democrats Shoot Themselves in the Foot

Jonah Goldberg:
Good Sense and Gun Control

Liberal Dem: EPA should flex its powers on climate change

No we should get rid of the EPA..A Federal Agency like so many others htat has way to much power and authority over our lives…Ban them…
Members of Congress—who are about to debate raising the debt ceiling tomorrow—should have paid attention yesterday. The President was very clear that he sees no urgency about reducing the debt and cutting the deficit. In fact, in his second inaugural address, President Barack Obama was honest about his intentions to grow government in order to remake our country along his progressive vision.
It appears it is time to boot the damn Redcoats out again…make it permanent this time!!!

Brits Ban Guns at America’s Largest Gun ShowThe Eastern Sports and Outdoor Show announced last week that America’s largest outdoor sports show will be banning “certain products” from the show.  This week it is becoming clear that they might be regretting that announcement.

Reed Exhibitions, the British company promoting and organizing the event said in a statement “this year we have made the decision not to include certain products that in the current climate may attract negative attention that would distract from the strong focus on hunting and fishing at this family-oriented event and possibly disrupt the broader positive experience of our guests.” . . . please click here for the rest of the post →