September 24th Show

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September 17th 2016 Show

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PGH1bsTZRr0

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The Best Thing Ever – Hoppes”9 After Shave!

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September 10th Show

Hi Guys!

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Sorry a little late getting the files up this week! Way too busy spent time this  weekend putting  a new roof up on one of our Action Range Bays and then enjoyed myself taking time to participate in a Bowling pin Shoot.

Hey, I get to shoot too, can’t spend all my time just talking about it!.

The Film targeted listed below looks to be a good film on The myths of Gun control. Check your area for a local showing.

Targeted Movie Trailer (Click on Link)

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This is neat App and windspeed meter from Nikon

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Apparently the eggheads in academia think that you should be 30 to own guns!

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An unattributed piece from the editorial board of the Harvard Crimson, the daily paper of the school since 1873, rails against recent campus carry legislation. The argument put forward by the board is one of neurology, that students simply aren’t advanced enough to be trusted with firearms, pointing to scandals involving campus Greek life as an example of youth gone wild.

The frontal lobes, the area of the brain responsible for ultimate decision-making, may not even fully develop until the 30s, and one of the last areas to mature. While this lagged development should not exempt college students from all responsibilities, Texas ought to reconsider the prudence of relying on gun-toting 20-somethings for campus safety.

Guess no one told them that 82.9 percent of those on active duty in the Marines, and 66.3 percent of those in the Army are under the age of 30. Whoops.

Notre Dame

Next up, Stephen Raab, writing for The Observer, the student-run newspaper of Notre Dame & Saint Mary’s, starts off strong with an argument titled “Rage Against the Machine Gun” (coincidentally, Zack de la Rocha just dropped his first solo effort since leaving RATM in 2000) for requiring registration and federal tax stamps for many semi-auto rifles.

Raab errs in that he classifies bolt-action rifles (such as Mauser 98Ks, and Short Magazine Lee Enfields, used during World War II) as “battle rifles,” a term generally used to describe the class of intermediate .30 caliber rifles such as the FN FAL, Beretta BM59 and M14. Then, he lumps them in with semi-autos, citing they were extensively used in combat, when– with the exception of the M1 Carbine and Garand– most shoulder fired weapons used in martial service from 1939-45 that were not bolt-action were select-fire (Thompson M1, MP38/40, M2) or full-auto only (M3 Grease Gun, PPsh-40, et. al).

Acknowledging that civilian semi-auto assault rifle variants (“assault weapons”) are “used in less than two percent of all gun crime” Raab tosses out that they continue to get press and will do so, “In the absence of regulation.”

The regulation he argues for? Repealing the Hughes Amendment, thus making new production machine guns registered under the NFA available to civilians again (woot!), but only after adding your favorite Mini-14 and AR-15 to the same class.

A modernized assault weapons bill should be modeled after an excellent law already on the books — the National Firearms Act (NFA) of 1934. Passed in the wake of Prohibition-era gang violence, this law severely restricted private ownership of machine guns, explosives, silencers and short-barreled firearms. Though not banned outright, the purchase of such a weapon requires an extensive background check (including photographs and fingerprints), registration and a tax payment. A new bill would elevate assault weapons to this same level of regulation. Neither full-power battle rifles nor fixed-magazine rifles would be affected by this legislation, and the law would not be retroactive.

Raab, is an MSM Candidate at the Mendoza College of Business, and graduated Notre Dame with a Bachelor’s in Chemical Engineering in 2016.

 

 

 

 

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September 3rd 2016 Show

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August 27th Show

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August 20th Show

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See Steven Crowder’s Video exposing the idiocy of Gun Control

“Common Sense” Gun Control Lies Exposed

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August 13th Show

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August 6th Show

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July 30th Show

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I know this looks a little different, but I am still trying to get the format back to the original style. At least this should work for you in the meantime. Let me know if it works by sending me an e-mail to: dick@triggertalkradio.com or leave a comment in the webpage:

Thank you for listening!

Dick

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