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Stuck at Home? Ten Ways to Train and Thrive

Gun Reports - Special Reports - Sun, 03/22/2020 - 11:39

Many of us are working from home or remaining out of the public for a while. With time on your hands, you can binge-watch Netflix and overeat or you can study something useful and train. As a trainer, I have some suggestions for you based on what am I doing and some of my favorite training systems.

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The World’s First Truly Modular 80% Glock: The GST-9 By 80 Percent Arms

Gun Reports - Special Reports - Sun, 03/22/2020 - 11:26

The GST-9 is a modular frame that accepts two different grip extensions. One is shorter, resulting in a grip the same length as a Glock 19. The other is longer, configuring the grip to the same length as a Glock 17. Naturally, magazine compatibility changes when you swap these grips out. When in Glock 19 configuration, you can run Glock 19 magazines and larger. Ditto for the Glock 17 configuration of course.

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Disabled Woman Weak to Coronavirus Issues Message to Politicians Using Pandemic to Push Gun Control

NRA-ILA News - Sun, 03/22/2020 - 11:02
Americans are flocking to gun stores because they know the only reliable self-defense during a crisis is the Second Amendment. Carletta Whiting, who’s disabled & vulnerable to coronavirus, asks Dems trying to exploit the pandemic: Why do you want to leave people like me defenseless?
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Florida Alert! Galvano/Bloomberg Gun Control Bill is Dead This Session

NRA-ILA News - Sat, 03/21/2020 - 14:09
Senate President Bill Galvano (R) picked a fight with law-abiding Floridians who believe in and exercise their constitutional Right to Keep and Bear Arms.  He lost.  The bill died when Session ended last week.  Yet the media is covering it up for him. 
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Rhode Island: Gov. Raimondo Taking Advantage of National Emergency to Advance Political Agenda

NRA-ILA News - Sat, 03/21/2020 - 13:43
On Friday March 20, Gov. Gina Raimondo issued Executive Order 20-07 which suspends the 7-day statutory background check requirement and now allows up to 30 days to complete checks.  
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