Discussion in 'On Topic' started by krott5333, Apr 22, 2006.
just got mine yesterday, read a little bit. it looks like a good one, but then they're all great issues.
dont ruin my excitement
I don't get that magazine, I get American Rifleman.
What am I missing?
You only get to sign up for one w/ a membership. All the others are $10 a year for each one.
I know... what I meant was, what's so awesome in this issue that everyone who doesn't get it is missing out on .
American rifleman is comming soon. Looks good.
I was thinking about america's first freedom, how is it?
let me go grab it out of my car, i'll give you the run down.
I definitely look forward to it each month, great read.
zOMG yes, its worth the price of a membership alone
"Shining a Light on BATFE: Michael Bouchard, BATFE Assistant Director for Field Operations, answers questions from a Congressional subcommittee about recent behavior at a gun show in Richmond, VA."
top of front cover: "New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin finds a stash.. of firearms!"
Table of Contents:
If you cant beat em, join em: In response to the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act, which left only politicians and media conglomerates with a voice, NRA made the bold decision to become a part of national news media.
Shining a Light on BATFE's Richmond Roundup: At the urging of the NRA-ILA, a key Congressional subcommittee examines the heavy-handed tactics used by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives at a gun show in Richmond, VA.
They Just Dont Get it: In his address to the Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) in Washington, DC, this past Februar, Wayne LaPierre challenged his audience to "Remember New Orleans!" in its fight to preserve freedom.
Top Picks '06: Take a peek at some of the best new firearms, set to take center stage at this year's NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Milwaukee.
One on One with T. Bubba Bechtol: Ready to make his sixth appearance at the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits, comedian T. Bubba Bechtol talks to America's 1st Freedom.
Thompson/Center Arms, New Thinking in Old Technology: Thompson/Center produces an extensive line of single-shot hunting pistols and rifles, and a full line of muzzleloading rifles and blackpowder accessories.
Letter from the Editor
Standing Guard: Good people have the right to keep and bear arms.
Presidents Column: The U.N. Small Arms Conference approaches.
Political Report: The future of the Second Amendment and hunting are inexorably linked.
First Things First: Gun rights, news bites - hot and fresh from around the globe.
Armed Citizen: True stories of the Right to Keep and Bear Arms.
Mr. Burgess' Folding Gun: A hinged shotgun designed by inventor Andrew Burgess.
H.Q. Bulletin: Headquarters news, ILA report, regional reports, events.
Parting Shot: "Time to Stand Up for Individual Rights"
krott5333's color commentary:
Wayne LaPierre's speech to CPAC alone makes this issue fucking awesome.
it is a really good mag.
Last Months issue was great as well.. "Exporting Castle", about how there are so many states trying to adopt the same castle doctrine that florida enacted