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"national sport shooting foundation" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:11 min | 1 d ago

"national sport shooting foundation" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Dental Funeral arrangements are being made for Austin Police Officer Andy Trailer. He died over the weekend following a crash last week on FM 9 69. Interim Police chief Joseph Ciccone says trailer leaves behind five Children and a wife what I asked for. Is the thoughts and prayers and support of our community For this very, very difficult time for trailer family and for the happy family crash happened as an 18 Wheeler was making a U turn on FM 9 69 that caused trailer to slam into the back of the truck. It's not clear if that driver will face any charges. The National Sports Shooting Foundation says there's an ammunition shortage across the United States and their director of public affairs, Marco Leva, tells Fox it's having an effect on law enforcement. The larger metro areas usually have their own contracts with the manufacturers able to buy in bulk and buy for the year. But you're smaller police departments and like towns where I live in, they are buying their ammunition from local retailers. So it does have an effect on their availability to train their ability to maintain your old standards. Dozens of Austin police officers have been moved from specialized units to routine patrols. Now, Police Association president Ken Cassidy tells cave you this is a direct response to budget cuts in the city will notice the difference. We no longer have officers inspecting. Large vehicles like 18 wheelers. We no longer have officers running right on the school zone and on the highways, and we no longer have a DWR unit. That's on top of 33 officers who were moved to patrol in June and the loss of the entire Motors unit. Mayor Steve Adler has toured some of the Austin area hospitals and he has a warning. He says the situation is bad. Taking a tour over the weekend with Travis County Judge Andy Brown, Adler says the ICUs are full with many otherwise healthy young patients, he says almost all share a common theme. It really is a pandemic of just those that are choosing not to get vaccinated, and he says the shortage in the is putting a strain on regular hospital capacity staff is trying to manage spillover patients at the says there's a staffing shortage in the EU's current And he's not convinced that Austin or Travis County have the staff to cover any alternate care sites that might need to open Patrick Osborne News radio K will be Jeff 7 33. Here's Austin's On Time traffic with Melinda Brandt. We are dealing with some slick streets out there this morning. So last makes your time for that. And it looks like that wreck on 35 South Thanet Grunberg. Mostly cleared just a few of those vehicles left on the shoulder. We're starting to see a little bit more congestion on 35 were found between been white and seventh Street. And then we have reports of a collision on toll 1 30 South and east to 90 Your next reports at 7 45 am Melinda brand with us in some time traffic this segment brush radar weather Watch 70% chance of rain throughout the day today High 86 Low 73 Tomorrow side 91 75 degrees now Scattered rain connect with us at news radio kale BJ dot com plumbing problems.

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"national sport shooting foundation" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:51 min | 3 months ago

"national sport shooting foundation" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Heating and there's comfort program. They have almost 10,000 members now and are growing every day. Get a heating and cooling system for zero down, never pay for repairs, Maintenance or even filters again. Visit reliable air dot com. Bar stories make it land is morning news at 6 23. Here's Marcie Whatevs Judge Higginbotham when it comes to the state of the air metro Atlanta Flunks Atlantic. It's a failing grade when it comes to clean air have a lot to do. We got in at this year for the Metro Atlanta area, but we're making improvement. The main culprit in Metro Atlanta is from all the cars and trucks on our road, says June Dean with the American Lung Association. This report is using data from before the pandemic. So, she says, the air quality here may have improved a little as fewer people were on the roads. Sabrina Cubit 95.5 WSB, Georgia voters split down party lines when it comes to the state's new election law, U G A poll shows a majority of Georgian surveyed support the new I D requirements and limits on drop boxes, though the changes are more widely supported by Republican Georgians oppose the ban on giving voters in line food or water and object to the state taking over county election offices. Both parties believe that Donald Trump's loss in Georgia inspired the law adventure outdoors in Smyrna anticipates its best April ever for gun sales. Store owner Eric Wallace says that's how some gun buyers are spending their stimulus checks. National Sport Shooting Foundation counts nearly 5.5 million guns sold in the U. S. Over the first three months of the year. That is the most guns sold in any three month period. In the last 20 years, at least On sales are on pace to beat 20 twenties record high state farm raises auto insurance rates and Georgia as more people get back behind the wheel, Georgia's largest auto insurer UPS the average policy by 4.4%, State Farm spokeswoman tells The Atlanta Journal Constitution rates are still below pre covert levels with fewer people driving auto insurers in Georgia paid a billion dollars less and passenger and commercial losses in 2020..

"national sport shooting foundation" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

04:50 min | 10 months ago

"national sport shooting foundation" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"He too became A member of Mara Lago and people close to him, said that that was because his in law's lived in South Florida. What is the more thought there But again? It certainly benefits someone like that to have that access when I should also point out that Elliot Brady just last week, was charged with a single count of conspiring to violate far and lobbying laws in an effort to get a Malaysian Businessman and the Malaysian prime minister in with Trump and one of the places where he wanted to do. That was none other than Bedminster trying to organize a golf game for the Van Malaysian prime minister who subsequently also have been convicted of corruption back home in Malaysia. Tell me a little bit about the Trump Hotel in Washington because that's been a big hub for religious gatherings and other people that want to do fundraisers and tours. And they're so tell me about the Trump Hotel in Washington. Fisher, and it is another access point and you make a good point to that. Sometimes just getting that picture is the goal. But getting that picture can be quite valuable, particularly for foreign politicians where they want to be able to signal that they have the support of the United States and that is beneficial to them back home to their domestic audiences. To be able to suggest that they have an advantage over rivals or opposing candidates or rivals within their own parliamentary government because they have access to the president states. And so there's an example that we sight in the story of Elia Brady again, bringing some Romanian politicians including a guy who happened to be under a corruption investigation. To the Trump Hotel during inauguration week, and they bumped into President Trump and board. These people say it was totally random and prompt to. Nonetheless, this Romanian politician ended up getting a photo and shaking hands with President Trump. Putting it on Facebook and characterizing it as some kind of great victory where he extracted from President Trump a promise of closer ties with Romania. It's unclear whether that happened certainly seems to be somewhat exaggerated, but you haven't example there of how it can be beneficial. To someone just to get that photo now on the religious groups. There's a little bit of a different with a number of these conservative religious groups actually see it there. They're quite open about saying that they want to reward President Trump for being good on their issues in the way that they're doing that is by renting out the space at the Trump Hotel in orderto have their conferences that It's tough in some ways. I mean, we talk about how it is. There's not necessarily a direct provable causal link and with the religious groups in particular, actually, with any of the groups having events at the Trump Hotel in Washington near the Trump Hotel didn't open until right around President Trump's inauguration. So this is all new business. These groups all did their conferences that they would do in Washington, which is a common thing for groups that have an interest in public policy to have a calm annual conference in Washington. They all had done them Previously. Somewhere else. The trump hotel rates were not always competitive. Sometimes they were much more. But nonetheless, some of these religious groups thought that it was something where they were showing appreciation for President Trump, who had been good on their issues, including abortion, taking a very hard lining as abortion. By having their events. Their another one is gun rights groups. They were quite pleased with the Trump presidency and his sort of absolutist position on the Second Amendment. And they too, at events there on most of the cases, except with some of the religious groups who will admit, yes, we're trying to help President Trump because he has helped us In other cases, such as with the Second Amendment groups of the National Sports Shooting Foundation that had a big event of the Trump Hotel. They say Oh, no, it was just a good deal. We've got a good deal there. That's why we decided to do it there, and we reflected them, saying that in the store even as I think a lot of readers would conclude that maybe they were all interior motivation with last question I have briefly. How much money are we looking at? Because there's $100,000 here, a few extra $100,000 there for holding fundraisers, booking rooms, all the whole thing. How much money are we looking at? The Trump properties have gotten from all of this. It's difficult to say overall, but one thing that we can calculation that we did make was that we found 60 customers of Trump Properties that had interests at stake before the federal government. That spent nearly $12 million during the first two years alone of the Trump presidency, and that almost all of these 60 customers ended up having their interest advanced in some way, shape or form by the president or his government. So $12 million is probably just the tip of the iceberg. But you do see the relationship between spending money at the Trump Hotel and getting something from the Trump Administration. Kenneth Vogel, reporter at The New York Times. Thank you very much for joining us, everybody.

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"national sport shooting foundation" Discussed on The Daily Dive

The Daily Dive

13:23 min | 10 months ago

"national sport shooting foundation" Discussed on The Daily Dive

"Mondays matter. The episode was fueled by Nature Valley pack sustained energy bars. Here's a clip from the episode. So here's my suggestion if you're working at home these days because of the pandemic use the time on Monday morning that you would have spent commuting. To tackle some big speculative project that you claim you never have time for. Tackling something big and uncertain can light a fire under your career and doing this important but not urgent task. First thing means you start the week with a sense of victory. Brought to you by Nature Valley packed sustained energy bars for more tips on how to start well, sustain your energy and win the week check out the new Corner Office podcast available on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts are wherever you get your podcasts. Supposed to actually be in Florida and had done business with the president before but had never been a member of. and. He and his clients would routinely show up at mar a lago for fundraisers or for other events. When he knew that the president was going to be there and we're able to sort of plead their case. Kenneth Vogel reporter at the New York. TIMES, thanks for joining US Kenan Hey me with your Oscar. Wanted to talk about some of the reporting you guys have been doing at the. New. York. Times it was last month that you released a bunch of president trump's tax returns, and really there was so much to go through and you guys have been doing a lotta great reporting digging in really deep into the president's financials and the latest story that you have is about how much the trump properties businesses have benefited from him being. President for a long. He had been campaigning draining the swamp, but he kind of created this new swamp reinvented it really in his own properties. There's a lot of businesses, a lot of foreign politicians a lot of people that have been going to trump properties they kind of know he's GonNa be there and they've all found a way to speak to the president at different times. There's just really a lot going on. So candidate view can help us with some of this tell us how these trump properties have benefited from the president. Many ways Oscar. They've been a rare bright spot in his business empire, which we reported using the tax data that we obtain really was struggling in the run-up to presidential campaign, and then even after he became presented extent that we have is ability to one year of his finances. At that point, the trump properties on the other hand particularly, the ones that he visited and patronized as president became sort of like they had a little bit of a home field advantage that is anyone who interface with government whether they were lobbyists. Foreign, officials or business owners who wanted something from the government knew as you put it that there was a good chance that he would be there and that even if he wasn't there that he was sorta keeping tabs on what was happening at these businesses and that's one of the things that we revealed that even as he said, when he came into office that he would distance himself from the businesses and put them in a trusted his son Eric trump would run that that was not the case he was very much aware of what was going on to the point where he was even being kept apprised of different managers, performances and potential weaknesses. So those properties when. I talk about those properties I mean there there are a few of them but the two biggies are mar-a-lago which she branded the Winter White House and the trump hotel in Washington DC right down the street from the White House. But then I guess do lesser extent bedminster where he also spent some time in the summers the became real hot spots for access brokering and you saw a number of folks patronize these properties as a way to get in good with the president here that actually be there with him and be able to plead their case or at least have him and his family know that these people were helping him by putting money in his family pocket. Tell us a little bit about who's going to these trump properties while he became president and what he delivered, what the Administration started delivering some for some of these people and entities that we're spending money there take one example mar-a-lago and you know he spent a lot of time down there for sure and there were entities trade associations like that would have their. Conferences they're hoping during the peak season that is the winter when Florida was a nice warm spot for the president to go and there were entities that would hold their gallons there with the hope of him dropping by there were lobbyists who became members of mar-a-lago. There's a guy one guy in particular Brian Ballard who was a fundraiser for the president's campaign and became. The president's election became one of the most powerful lobbies in Washington fact, politico ran a story calling him the most powerful lobbyists and trump's Washington and he was actually based in Florida and had done business with the president before but had never been a member of mar-a-lago and he and his clients would routinely show up at mar a lago for fundraisers. Or for other events when he knew that the president was going to be there and we're able to sort of plead their case and some examples of that are there was a Syrian opposition group that was urging a harder line against President Charlotte. All sides that was objectively sort of a good cause and that they wanted to prevent this brutal. Leader from clamping down on his own people and violent way. But Brian Ballard, encourage the members of this group that was paying Brian Ballard to show opt to pay to show up at a fundraiser with president trump they did so and we're able to make their case directly to them in a way that actually swayed him. Another one was an Indian. American businessman who was pushing for changes to the visa and immigration rules that would benefit companies and people sort of similarly situated and he felt that the president came through with a tweet after he made the case to the president at another one of these fundraisers. So you have this pattern here we're Brian Ballard is using what he understands to be this. Point of mar-a-lago and Brian Valor was sort of none too subtly pressure by people within the president or but like, Hey, you're making a lot of use of more longer. You should become a member and sure enough he became a member of mar-a-lago. He told us that he didn't do it for business reasons but because his mother really enjoy going there and having dinner there. So whether you want to take his word or not, you certainly see how it could be beneficial to a lobbyist to be able to have that unfettered access to the president for both the lobbyist and lobbyists. Clients. How much were the memberships tomorrow Lago because there was a couple of times with the president said Hey I should even increase the membership fees because to weed out the fakers or something like that. Yeah. He did in fact, increase the membership fees he raised it to two hundred thousand dollars I. think it was more than half of that but I think it was one, hundred, twenty, five, thousand before he became president, it was raised to two hundred thousand dollars after he was elected and then it was subsequently raised again to two hundred fifty, thousand dollars. So almost doubled. In the time that he's been president and they added a bunch of new members and you know it's tough to say definitively like in the case of Brian Valor, you see certainly how the cost benefit analysis would weigh in favor of him becoming a member but people have all kinds of different reasons. There's another Guy Elliott Brady, who was a major donor and fundraiser for Republican campaigns for years including trump's, and he had a defense contracting business and you did a lot of business at the trump hotel in Washington to became a member of mar-a-lago people close to him said. That that was because his in-laws lived at South Florida spend more time there. But again, it's certainly benefits someone like that to have that access point and I should also point out that Elliot Brady. Just last week was charged with a single count of conspiring to violate foreign lobbying laws in an effort to get a Malaysian businessman and Malaysian prime minister in with trump and one of the places where he wanted to do that was none other than bedminster trying to organize a golf game for the then Malaysian Prime Minister who is subsequently also been convicted of corruption back home in Malaysia? Tell me a little bit about the trump hotel in Washington because that's been a big hub for religious gatherings and other people that want to do fundraisers and tours in there. So tell me about the trump hotel in Washington. Insurance is another access point and you make a good point too that sometimes just getting that picture is the goal but getting that picture can be quite valuable particularly for foreign politicians were they wanna be able to signal that they have the support of the United States and that is beneficial to them back home to their domestic audiences to be able to suggest that they have an advantage over. Rivals or opposing candidates or rivals within their own parliamentary government's because they have access to the President United States, and so as an example that we site in the story of Elliott Birdie again bringing some Romanian politicians including a guy who happens to be under a corruption investigation to the trump hotel during inauguration week, and they bumped into president trump and these people say it was totally random impromptu nonetheless. This Romanian. Politician ended up getting a photo of shaking hands with President trump putting on facebook and characterizing it as some kind a great victory where he extracted from president trump a promise of closer ties with Romania, it's unclear whether that happens certainly seems to be somewhat exaggerated but you have an example of how it can be beneficial to someone just to get that photo now on the religious groups. And there's a little bit of a different twist, a number of these conservative religious groups actually see it. They're they're quite open about saying that they want to reward president trump for being good on their issues and the way that they're doing that is by renting out the space that the trump hotel in order to have their conferences the it's tough in some ways I mean we talk about how? There's not necessarily a direct provable causal link and with the religious groups in particular or actually with any of the groups having events at the trump hotel in. Washington know the trump hotel the nope in until right around president trump's inauguration. So this is all new business, these groups, all did their conferences that they would do in Washington, which is a common thing for groups that have an interest in public policy. Annual Conference in Washington they all had done them previously somewhere else that trump hotel rates were not always competitive sometimes, they were much more. But nonetheless, some of these religious groups thought that it was something where they were showing appreciation for president trump had been good on their issues including abortion taking a very hard line against abortion by having their events or another one is gun rights groups. They were quite pleased with the trump presidency and his sort of absolute disposition on the second. amendment. And they to at events there and and most of the cases except for some of the religious groups who who will admit yes we're trying to help president trump because he has helped us in other cases such as with the Second Amendment called the National Sports Shooting Foundation that had a big event at the trump hotel they say, oh no, it was just a good deal. We got a good deal there. That's why we decided to do it there and we reflected them saying. That in the story, even as I think a Lotta readers would conclude that maybe they were all cheerier motivations. Last question I have briefly how much money are we looking at because there's one hundred thousand dollars here a few extra hundred dollars there for holding fundraisers, booking rooms all the whole thing how much money are we looking at the trump properties have gotten from all of this it's difficult to say overall but one thing that we can calculation that we did make was that. We found sixty customers of trump properties that had interests at stake before the federal government that spent nearly twelve million dollars during the first two years alone of the trump presidency and that almost all these sixty customers ended up having their interest advanced in some way shape or form by the president or his government. So twelve million dollars, it's probably just the tip of the iceberg, but you do see the relationship between spending money at the trump hotel and getting something from the trump administration. Vogel reporter at The New York Times. Thank you very much for joining us. I. Pleasure to be with the Oscar. Did. That's today join us on Social Media at daily autumn both twitter and instagram. We've comment give us a rating tell or is that you're interested in? All of us, an iheartradio subscribe wherever you get your podcast. This episode of the daily divers produced by right and engineered Tony Soren Tina. 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"national sport shooting foundation" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"national sport shooting foundation" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Com. All right because gun talk. About twelve guns ammo opted. Store gun safe out to be a responsible gun over how to shoot well how to yes defend yourself with a firearm which means gun fighting? You know. Term Gun fighting gun is really. Fight. Is the operative word? We'll talk a bit about that in about thirty minutes. We'll be talking with an expert about what was. What should you do if you get into the middle of one of these protests? The drive along somehow you ended up in the middle one of these things people are beaten on your car and trying to smash out your windows. What do you do? How do you go about it? What's the deal? Talk to a real pro about that. We have a lot of other very interesting things going on today. We're GONNA. Be talking about a new APP. It's going to help you perhaps. not, run, a foul of the law as you carry your pocket knife. From state to state. Yeah, no sounds crazy, but. It happens when people get arrested for having a pocket knife of all things. And then we got this crazy story. How gun control groups are invading PTA meetings. Yes. PTA Parent Teacher Association. GOINT. When parents come through these PTA meetings, there's spokesperson there from the MOMS demand. Action. Pretending that they're not. And they're handing out goofy. Little gun locks don't really work. And they're saying with the gun. Fifty people. And then what was really interesting in this one? I'm reading this article. They spokesperson says well. Yes, this actually this. Or they call it the beast smart to program. It was actually created by the MOMS demand action. Bloomberg created gun ban group. But, also we're working in conjunction with. The National Sport Shooting Foundation. Got It wrong. It's national shooting. Sports Foundation which. Would, I saw that wait what since? I sit on the governing board of the national. Shooting Sports Foundation and of course no NSF is not partnering. With the moms demand action or every town for gun, safety or any of the Bloomberg gun ban groups of course not. It was a lie. But what was interesting? Was the messaging. To parents. And what they did at these meetings. At its core, the messaging is how do we shame gun owners? Well We, ask them. Do! You have guns in your house. When our kids may be going over to play at their house. How do you store your guns? And they actually had them practice with each other doing this. Cost play. And they're actually practicing asking each other. Do you have guns? How do you store your guns as though you would have any idea that's safe? This is what's going on. It's going on. It places that you are simply not aware. This is what happens when you have. Billions of dollars to pour into gun, control and gun confiscation gun bans. When you have Bloomberg, it says yeah, here's a hundred Oh. Yeah, here's another one hundred here. Here's another hundred million. And then hire quite frankly some very smart people. And you turn them loose. And they say we will infiltrate the schools. We will be talking to the mothers. We won't be putting programs in the schools to that. Go before the children. To make them understand. That, they need to be frightened of guns. Not Educated about frightened of them, and they really shouldn't hang around with the kids from families who own guns. Gun Shaming. Why would you expect any different? We've got the whole deal going on. Right now and we have. Oh my gosh. The. I. Don't even say protests the riots. The riots going on. In Minneapolis the city council voted unanimously to disband. Not The fun. Disband the police department. But then immediately several of the council members. Hired private firms to do personal security for them using taxpayer dollars, so let's see we get rid of the police who were there to protect everyone and of course city council members, and then immediately because they said well, we've been threatened. Now we're going to hire private security. And let you the taxpayers. Pay For it. Why we're telling you. You can't have police protection anymore. We're doing away with the police. You're utterly. On Your own. But I'm special you see because. I'm on the city council. Understand that I'm important, so I will use your money to protect me, but I'll still hold onto your money all the taxes you paid. Oh, yeah! We're not giving it back to you. We're going to defend the police. We're going to disband the police. We're GONNA keep your money and we're gonNA use that money for me, personally have. Private Security. I think. People are getting to the point where they're gonNA have had. Quite enough. Of this whole thing. Have you reached that point yet. Numbers eight six six tall gun. Let's go talk to Joe. Line four out of St Port Louisiana Hello Joe. What's on your mind, sir? With these great ammo price, we had the last couple of years I really much shooting, but now we're trending back for their almost double. What my? Path so much shooting is getting ready to take a serious brock. And I'm curious. What drills are you? GonNa do with one hundred grounds or two hundred. Eight how're you remember? Yeah. That's a great question. I mean. Here's the deal. ammo is much more expensive. It's fifty percent more if not one hundred percent more than it was six months ago. And harder to get so I I. Get your point. I go back to her back when I was learning to play golf, I was a serious golfer for a while. I don't do that very much anymore. But I remember. The pros and the instructors saying something that really stuck with me. They said never hit a practice shot. That, you don't have a plan for that. There's a reason for hitting that very shot where you get over the ball. What are you trying to do? What are you trying to accomplish with this practice shut? Why don't we apply that to our shooting and rather than go on out there and. May, Be Bank. How about drawn Shit one shot. Or draw and shoot two shots. What am I working on? Am I working hard? Focus on the front sight. Am I working on the trigger press? Maybe swapping out making sure you get a dozen rounds and doing some ball and dummy drills where you're mixing the dummy rounds in with their loaded around and that way when it goes, Click, if that multiple dip slow and right are low in left when you're right handed. That you know that you are flinching. I think Joe. The drill is to simply have a plan for every single shot.

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"national sport shooting foundation" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"national sport shooting foundation" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Now high bashan old maybe teams like styles only sit down yes she is we all know she is you bet your bottom dollar that's what she's gonna do she loves her some pie multiple gun manufacturers sever ties with sporting goods chain house this last month dick's sporting goods announced they had hired a lobbyist to advocate for gun control now multiple gun manufacturers have severed ties with the sporting goods company i honestly these people what is the matter with them what is the matter with these people mossberg the mossberg corporation make many fine firearms including shotguns will no longer accept future orders from dick's sporting goods or field and stream a subsidiary of dick's the manufacturer is also reviewing any current contractual obligations they have with dicks ivor mossberg is the chief executive offer officer of of effort q f mossberg and sons said in a statement it has come to our attention that dick sporting goods recently hired lobbyists on capitol hill to promote additional gun control make no mistake mossberg is a staunch supporter of the us constitution and our second amendment rights and we fully disagree with dick's sporting goods recent anti second amendment actions isn't that nice that's wonderful hi points m k s supply the producer of hi point firearms also decided to part ways with dick's sporting goods the company's president charles brown released a statement saying the because the right to keep and bear arms was recognized by our founding fathers to fundamental right the insured it's protection under the second amendment just as we show our commitment to our customers by standing behind their second amendment rights that's good i'm proud springfield armory i have at least one springfield last week springfield armory made a similar move and decided to call out dick sporting goods for their attempted infringement on the second amendment the gun manufacturer posted a press release on their company facebook page going after dick's sporting goods and rightly so the national sport shooting foundation also came out with a statement the gun manufacturer the gun manufacturers move comes after the national sporting the.

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"national sport shooting foundation" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"national sport shooting foundation" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Of thousands of high school and university students plan to walk out of classes across the nation they are protesting gun violence aren't we all here's a rundown of what's going on the nationwide protests will honor the lives of those lost february fourteenth of the marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland florida and they want to press legislators to pass stronger gun laws we have a lot of gun laws already that would have would be effective if we actually enforce them the hashtag enough what would happen to never again that was that was just a couple of couple of days ago their proposals include banning assault weapons well what is an assault weapon a rock if you want to call it assault forget the term weapon assault rifle assault rifle is fully automatic automatic firearms have been severely restricted from civilian ownership since nineteen thirty four a salt weapon so an ar fifteen you pull the trigger wants one bullet fires now again they have a higher capacity magazines you can put those in you can fire a lot of bullets with quick quick polls i understand that but that gun does not perform that much differently than most other semiautomatics on on the market it happens to be a sporting rifle target shooting practice it's the new hunting rifle for a lot of people i know people roll their eyes and don't want to believe that but these are this information not from scott stigler this is information from the national sport shooting foundation but everybody should know that an assault rifle or a military rifle fires automatically hold the trigger multiple round bull if you pull the trigger a semi automatic one time if i was one bowl you gotta pull it again and again and again and again and again now sure you can train yourself to pull it a lot of times in rapid succession but that's not the definition of an assault rifle so this with these folks want what do they know what they're asking for that's the issue now walk out of class but are they educated to do some.

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