Rip to the ones that fell in front of the gun and the young innocent victims. But I gotta speak up for our rights, not all of us are bad people, the only way for a bad man with a gun to be stopped, is a good man with a gun to stop him. #realshit#guns#2ndamendment#talkwithsmallfacejoey#bgk
I’ve started making 2018 my year to try/learn new things. With that has come new goals I’ll be working towards. One goal in particular stems from one giant questions I haven’t found the solution/answer to in all my research and training. This question is something I’m passionate about fixing, and since it doesn’t seem to have an answer I have been able to find in over a year I’ve decided to pave my path to finding a solution on my own. I have a long way to get there, but I’m determined to succeed. I’m starting from basics and trying to get my muscle memory more in tune by setting small goals to dry fire multiple times a week. What are some goals you are working on for this year when it comes to concealed carry/shooting?
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The White House on Tuesday left the door open to supporting a ban on assault rifles and directed the Justice Department to craft regulations to ban “bump stocks,” the accessory used to simulate fully automatic fire in the deadly Las Vegas attack, as the Trump administration’s response to the fatal school shooting in Florida began to take shape.
President Donald Trump announced his directive for Attorney General Jeff Sessions on bump stocks and other weapons accessories a day after the White House signaled that he was also open to bolstering background checks on gun sales.
The attention to the issue comes less than a week after the shooting in Parkland, Florida, where 17 students and staffers at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School were killed by a gunmen using an AR-15 assault rifle.
“We can do more to protect our children. We must do more to protect our children,” the president said during a White House event honoring local authorities and first responders on Tuesday. — CRISTIANO LIMA