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Kiwis Rush to NZ Gun Shops in Anticipation of New Gun Laws

Opinion While some New Zealanders are turning in guns to police, others are rushing to gun shops to buy semi-auto rifles in anticipation of new gun control laws. (Dave Workman) USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- Instead of rushing to turn in their guns in the aftermath of the double mosque attacks in Christchurch, reports from New Zealand indicate that many of the island nation’s citizens are actually rushing to gun stores in the anticipation of a ban that might be coming from Prime Minister Jacinda Ard...
Tags: Usa, Guns, America, Cnn, Canada, United States, New Zealand, Un, Watson, Usa Today, Christchurch, Kiwi, Nra, Blenheim, Gottlieb, Dave Workman

New This Week on Shooting USA – Fort Benning Multi-Gun Challenge 2018

Fort Benning Multi-Gun Challenge 2018 Nashville, TN -(AmmoLand.com)- This time, The Army hosts 3-Gun Competition at the Fort Benning Multi-Gun Challenge. And the shooters are facing some of the most difficult stages of fire of all 3-gun events. Then it’s the forgotten rifle of World War One that armed more dough-boys than any other. The Model of 1917 is one of History’s Guns. Plus, speed shooting family fun at the Rimfire Challenge World Championships, shooting steel with the world’s most pop...
Tags: Usa, Guns, Canada, Army, Nashville, John, Shooting Media News, Julie Golob, Shooting USA, Jim Scoutten America, Fort Benning Multi-Gun Challenge, New Sportsman Canada, Sportsman Canada Channel, Model of 1917, Rimfire Challenge World Championships, More Info USA AIR TIMES

Democrats Hate You More Than Your Guns, No Doubt

Opinion AmmoLand's Come and Take It Tee Ft Collins, CO –-(Ammoland.com)- Law-abiding American gun-owners, so viciously hated and feared by Democrats (and all other totalitarians) are slated to be the sole target of Democrats’ anti-gun/anti-freedom agenda as we approach 2020 elections. Here are the steps (entirely predictable, since they were/are used by Stalin, Pol Pot, Maduro, and all other Communists) 1. Identification “It’s just ‘common sense,” they insist “We demand to know whom your are...
Tags: Guns, America, Canada, Planet Earth, John Farnam, Gun Rights News, Defense Training International, Farnam, Democrats War on Guns, Collins CO AmmoLand, Defense Training International Inc, I will Not Comply, Nancy P, Stalin Pol Pot Maduro, Eradication Democrats, Slavoj Žižek John About John Farnam

British Squad Firepower: The Bren Light Machine Gun

The Bren light machine gun was one of the more robust and successful light machine gun designs to see service in the Second World War among the Allied forces. During the war, it was even produced full scale not only in Britain but also in Canada and Australia where it saw extensive service with the […] Read More … The post British Squad Firepower: The Bren Light Machine Gun appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, Australia, Canada, Britain, Ww2, NFA, Bren, TFBTV, NFA / Suppressors / Class III, Machine Guns, TFB TV

How to Start Your Own Game Server

OHishiapply / Shutterstock While you could host a game server on your PC, sometimes it’s more convenient to have a cloud server running 24/7. Game server hosting can be surprisingly cheap, especially if you’re just looking to play with a few friends. Dedicated vs. Shared Hosting Dedicated hosting is when you rent out an entire rack of a server—or, often, a portion of that rack’s resources. You’ll often be given detailed specifications about what exactly you’re buying, and you’ll generall...
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Jordan Peterson on gun control

Shortly after the Las Vegas shooting, Jordan Peterson replied to a question about gun control in America.Peterson believes only the police and army being armed is dangerous, and that the citizenry should be equally dangerous.He also feels that legislation would do "zero" to stop school shootings in America. None In 2016, 64 percent of homicides in the United States resulted from gun violence; in Canada, the number was 30.5 percent the year prior. England and Wales posted much lower numbers duri...
Tags: England, Activism, Guns, Wales, Democracy, Toronto, America, Canada, United States, Innovation, Violence, Las Vegas, Criminal Justice, Sandy Hook, Steven Pinker, Derek

Author Tanaz Bhathena talks her new novel THE BEAUTY OF THE MOMENT

In Tanaz Bhathena’s new YA novel, The Beauty of the Moment, Susan is new Canada. She’s not used to the cultural freedoms in this new country, she’s used to live in Saudi Arabia. Susan is reserved, wary of boys and determined not to get her driving license.  She is very bright and her parents have high expectations of her. They want her to be a doctor although in secret she wants to be an artist. Then she meets Malcolm, and her world spirals into a completely new direction. Article by Lucas Maxwe...
Tags: Books, UK, Saudi Arabia, Life, US, Canada, North America, South Asia, Jeddah, Susan, Malcolm, Malcom, Mahtab, Tanaz Bhathena, Tanaz, Lucas Maxwell

An Irish-American Army Invaded Canada in 1866. Here’s What Happened

The self-proclaimed Irish Republican Army attacked Canada not just once, but five times between 1866 and 1871
Tags: Books, News, Immigration, Uncategorized, Canada, Ireland, Irish Republican Army, Irish American Army Invaded Canada

This Wednesday on Shooting USA – The SCTP Nationals

SCTP Nationals Nashville, TN -(AmmoLand.com)- It’s time for a personal best at the Scholastic Clay Target Nationals in Ohio, with thousands of youngsters participating in the most successful youth shooting program of all time. Plus, Hand building 1911s the old way at Les Baer Custom. It’s the same process developed by pistol smiths in the 1930s, still used to create exceptionally accurate handguns. Then, John and John Paul of JP Enterprises begin a rifle build-up for accuracy. And Colt Pro Sh...
Tags: Usa, Guns, Canada, Nashville, Ohio, John, Smith Wesson, Pendleton, Jim, John Paul, Maggie Reese, JP Enterprises, Shooting Media News, Shooting USA, SCTP Nationals, Les Baer

The brave new world of cannabis: chronic vomiting

A young patient, let’s call him Chad, goes to the doctor. He complains of attacks of nausea from the moment he wakes up in the morning. Sometimes his belly hurts as well. It’s been happening, on and off, for years. He gets cold and shaky. At times, it will progress to full-fledged vomiting, uncontrollable with any medications. The nausea is unbearable. Sometimes, getting in a very hot shower will take the edge off the nausea, but not always. In many cases a trip to the emergency room is needed f...
Tags: Books, Featured, Marijuana, Ulcerative Colitis, Cannabis, Canada, Chad, Nausea, Journals, Medical Marijuana, Health & Medicine, Crohn, Science & Medicine, Crohn's Disease, Gastroenterology, Medical Cannabis

Friday Favorites: Baking Cabinet Organization, Finding Focus, Free Printables + more!

Hey there, happy Friday! Guess what I haven’t done in awhile? A Friday Favorites post! So today’s the day. I’m going to share with you some of my current favorites as well as some of my favorite posts that I’ve read from around blog land lately. Let’s get going! (affiliate links used below which means I make a small commission on products purchased through my links.) Favorite Water Bottle: First I want to start out by sharing something about myself that rarely ever happens. I rarely st...
Tags: Amazon, Crafts, US, Netflix, Canada, Jodi Picoult, Don, Marie Kondo, Nicholas Sparks, Jodi, Friday Favorites, Dollarama, Sutton Place

Ward Bros. & Rosseau Decoys Top Copley’s Record Setting $2.4 Million Winter Sale 2019

High-Head Pintail Hen, Herman R. Trinosky (1874-1956) Rig, Kankakee Marsh, IN, c. 1895, 17 in. long, 9 ½ in. tall, Estimate: $75/$95,000, Sold for $84,000 CHARLESTON, SC – -(AmmoLand.com)- Copley Fine Art Auctions, LLC (copleyart.com), the nation’s premier decoy and sporting art auction house, realized over $2.4 million in sales at the Winter Sale 2019, held in partnership with the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE) at the Charleston Marriott on February 16 in South Carolina. The auction,...
Tags: Florida, Guns, California, New York City, America, Canada, Atlantic, Connecticut, Gear, Wheeler, Lincoln, Bob, Charles, Edward, South Carolina, South

Women in law: a legal timeline

In celebration of International Women’s Day, explore our interactive timeline detailing women’s legal landmarks throughout history. Covering from 1835, when married women’s property laws began to be reformed in America, through to future considerations on how the English judiciary system can continue to improve diversity, delve into the key milestones of women’s legal history. In addition, discover the global female pioneers of the legal profession, such as Arabella Mansfield, who was the first ...
Tags: Books, Featured, Law, America, Canada, Feminism, Multimedia, International Women's Day, Timeline, Oxford University Press, Women's History Month, Timelines, Arabella Mansfield, Women in History, Oxford Public International Law, Clara Brett Martin

Bigelow Tea Interview Series for Women’s History Month: Shabnam Weber of the Tea Association of Canada

In celebration of Women’s History Month, we will be sharing stories about women who are a part of our Bigelow Tea family that inspire us. We are thrilled to introduce you to Shabnam Weber, the President of the Tea and Herbal Association of Canada. Shabnam took over as President of the Tea and Herbal Association nearly a year ago and since then has made huge strides in sharing the love of tea throughout Canada and the United States. We are so happy to honor her as a friend of Bigelow Tea. ...
Tags: Tea, New York City, Toronto, Canada, United States, Community, Oscar Wilde, Walk, Green Tea, Black Tea, Bigelow, Women's History Month, Tea News, Tea Lovers, Tea Association of Canada, Teaproudly

Designer Profile: Niels Bendtsen

Via the somewhat unlikely trajectory of Denmark-Canada-back to Denmark-back to Canada, designer Niels Bendtsen has established himself as a foremost emissary of contemporary Scandinavian design. Miles Coffee Table for Linteloo Born in Denmark, Bendtsen emigrated to Canada at a young age where he apprenticed under his cabinetmaker father, cutting his chops in design and manufacture during the heyday of mid-century modern. Beginning in 1963, Bendtsen ran a retail outlet, importing and selling fur...
Tags: Books, Canada, Denmark, Museum of Modern Art, Scandinavia, Moma, Niels Bendtsen, Bensen, Denmark Canada, Bendtsen, Park Lounge, Wallee Light, Miles Coffee Table for Linteloo Born, Bensen Park, Wallee Light for Flos, Wallee

Up at Harwich and back home to the west via Skellig

A few more travels, and we’ll reach our destination. Last week (February 20, 2019), we spent some time in Coventry, where no one dispatched us: we went there driven by curiosity. It turned out that the melancholy idiom send one to Coventry may not have anything to do with that town. To reinforce this unexpected conclusion, I’ll relate another story. At one time, the phrase up at Harwich existed; perhaps it is still known in the eastern counties. Harwich is a port in Essex, and up at Harwich mean...
Tags: Europe, Books, England, London, China, America, Canada, Ireland, Catholic Church, Essex, Norfolk, Johnson, Coventry, Cambridgeshire, Suffolk, Warwick

Other Fiction Street, G. S.: The Autobiography of a Boy. v1. 28 Feb 2019

The Autobiography of a Boy Passages selected by his friend, G. S. Street A fictional autobiography, satirizing aesthetes Oscar Wilde and Lord Alfred Douglas, and the “Decadent” movement of the late nineteenth century. ===================== An excerpt from “The Editor’s Apology”: Spoiler: In fulfilling a promise made to my friend, whom by your leave I will call simply Tubby, I have been conscious of a somewhat difficult dilemma. When he went to Canada, he placed the manuscript of his ...
Tags: Books, England, Canada, Kindle Books, Oscar Wilde, Chamberlain, William Ernest Henley, Alfred Douglas, Tubby

ALPS OutdoorZ Adds New Pattern to Zero Gravity Blind

ALPS OutdoorZ Zero Gravity Layout Blind NEW HAVEN, Mo. – -(AmmoLand.com)- ALPS OutdoorZ has added a new camo pattern for its popular Zero-Gravity Layout Blind. Building on the previously available options of Tan and Realtree MAX-5 is the Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades pattern. ALPS OutdoorZ Zero Gravity Layout Blind Shadow Grass Blades is an uncannily realistic pattern ideally suited for vegetative fields and marsh-edge environments where long grass dominates. Derived from precisely coordina...
Tags: Guns, US, Canada, Gear, Hunting Blinds, ALPS OutdoorZ, ALPS Brands

Today's Read: The Last Woman in the Forest by Diane Les Becquets

What would you do if you were essentially widowed when you were still under the spell of a new love and your forever partner? For Marian, the tragedy deepens as she tries to prove her beloved Tate is innocent of a series of gruesome murders. Kind man who loved animals, nature, and Marian or monster who lured vulnerable women to their deaths? And if not Tate, then who? Here's how the book begins (skipping prologue): It's a terrible thing to have loved someone and not know the extent to whi...
Tags: Books, Canada, United States, Tate, Marian, Beth F, Diane Bibliophile By the Sea, Diane Les Becquets, Emily Rankin, Robert Fass, Diane Les Becquets Berkley March, Les Becoquets

Blog Tour Review + Giveaway | Lady Derring Takes a Lover by Julie Anne Long

I'm delighted to be a part of the blog tour for this first novel in Julie Anne Long's new historical series―The Palace of Rogues. I found my way to Ms. Long's writing in a bit of a piecemeal fashion. Her long-running series is widely beloved and records the various and sundry escapades of the always-scheming, never repentant Eversea and Redmond families. Really, the series is worth the price of admission for the hilarious (and ever-evolving) "Ballad of Colin Eversea" alone (though Colin's is ...
Tags: Facebook, Books, Romance, Review, Canada, Giveaway, Historical Fiction, Northern California, Delilah, Colin, Madeleine, Julie, Arc, Hardy, Redmond, Angelique

Concealed Handgun Manual Provides Invaluable Advice

Thorough, informative and readable — Chris Bird packs a lot of useful information in this authoritative addition to any gun owner's bookshelf. U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)- “I have to admit that I find it a hoot that a Brit is reminding me of situational awareness, and how generally we should be armed 24/7,” Gun Owners of America’s Executive Director Emeritus Larry Pratt notes in the Foreword to an important book. “Well, Chris Bird is not a typical Brit, and he has a lot to teach us typical Yanks...
Tags: Facebook, Guns, Canada, Bird, Resistance, Pratt, Larry Pratt, David Codrea, Gun Rights News, Concealed Carry, Gun Owners of America, RKBA, AmmoLand Shooting Sports News, Firearms News, Chris Bird, Sutherland Springs

Colorado Parks & Wildlife Warn of Mountain Lions in Edwards, Colorado

Opinon Colorado Parks & Wildlife Warn of Mountain Lions in Edwards, Colorado Arizona -(Ammoland.com)- Colorado Parks and Wildlife is warning residents of Edwards, Colorado, that 8-10 mountain lions are roaming about their town, and may be dangerous. From cpw.state.co.us: Yamashita says based on the reports he has received from Edwards residents, it appears there are two females in the area, each with a litter of 3 or 4 juvenile lions. “The young lions are nearly full grown, as large or poss...
Tags: Guns, Colorado, Department Of Defense, Canada, United States, Arizona, New Mexico, Edwards, Yamashita, Northwest Regional, Mountain Lions, Conservation News, Dean Weingarten, Gun Watch, University of Wisconsin Pistol Team, Army Research Development Testing

US Ambassador To Canada Becoming Frontrunner For UN Post

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. Ambassador to Canada Kelly Craft is emerging as the front-runner to be the next U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., is backing Craft for the post, and she also has the support of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and national security adviser John Bolton, according to two people familiar with the matter who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss personnel matters. They say President Donald Trump has been advised that Cr...
Tags: Transportation, New York, News, Washington, Kentucky, White House, Germany, US, Ap, Afghanistan, Canada, United Nations, Venezuela, Craft, Fox News, Michigan

Sell Kobo Mini, Navitech case & snapbacks for sale

White Kobo Mini in EXCELLENT condition, with original silver back and box. Battery still holds a good charge. I will also throw in a brand new 5" screen protector (originally made for the Sony PRS-350 but should also fit the Mini). Note: Kobo folio case shown in photo is NOT included, sorry. $45 USD + shipping from Canada. Kobo Mini accessories for sale: - Pretty much brand new (used once?) Navitech pink case for the Kobo Mini. $8 + shipping - Kobo Mini Snapbacks, brand new in boxes - purple ...
Tags: Books, Canada, Sony, Flea Market, Kobo Mini Navitech, White Kobo Mini, Canada Kobo Mini, Kobo Mini 8, Kobo Mini Snapbacks, Navitech

Menu Plan Monday ~ Feb 18/19 Weekly Dinner Inspiration

Welcome to Menu Plan Monday! Hi friends! Thanks for stopping by and checking out my menu plan this week. I hope you find my menu plan gives you some ideas for your own meals this week. The recipes I use are typically Paleo but don’t let that scare you. The majority of the recipes I use are not only healthy but quick and easy to make as well. I’m not a fan of cooking in the kitchen (unless I have helpers to talk to) so I like to get in and out of the kitchen fast. Healthy cooking does not...
Tags: Crafts, Canada, Paleo, Pizza Party, Menu Plan Monday, Yoyo, Weekly Dinner Inspiration, Inlinkz Link Party Please, Rosemary Honey Mustard Chicken, Pepperoni Pizza Egg Cups

Stacked-Up Book Thoughts: A Great Reading Week

I've reached that point where cabin fever is starting to set in. The sleet or ice or cold or snow has kept me cooped up inside and made me miss way too many outdoor walks. It's driving me crazy! We finally started the new season of True Detective. I like it but need to see a few more episodes before commenting. We finished the Netflix series You, which started out strong, but I was less enamored by the end. We also finally watched the movie Room, which I liked. It's been too long since I re...
Tags: Books, New York, France, Netflix, Canada, New Hampshire, Paris, Hamlet, Jack, Ann Leckie, Marie Antoinette, Versailles, Don, Hill, Camille, Wynn

Marijuana, Mental Illness and Violence

Opinion Marijuana, Mental Illness and Violence USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Ten states and Washington, D.C., have legalized the recreational use of marijuana. Twenty-two other states, along with U.S. territories Puerto Rico and Guam, allow marijuana to be used for medical purposes. Let's examine some hidden issues about marijuana use. Before we start, permit me to state my values about medical or recreational use of any drug. We each own ourselves. If we choose to take chances with substances th...
Tags: Guns, Australia, Washington, Oregon, Marijuana, America, Canada, United States, South Africa, Puerto Rico, Yale University, American Journal of Psychiatry, Berenson, National Academy of Medicine, Gun Rights News, Hillsdale College

Bipartisan Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus Leadership Announced for 116th Congress

Washington, DC – -(AmmoLand.com)- During the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation (CSF) Annual Changing of the Guard Dinner on February 12, Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus (CSC) leaders from the last Congress officially passed the torch to new House and Senate CSC leadership for the 116th Congress. Now charged with leading the largest bipartisan caucus on Capitol Hill with the mission of protecting and advancing our hunting and fishing traditions, the new leadership addressed former CSC lead...
Tags: Guns, Congress, America, Canada, Washington Dc, House, Capitol Hill, CSC, Parliament Hill, Scott, National Shooting Sports Foundation, National Rifle Association, South Georgia, Debbie Dingell, Cabela, Joe Manchin

Black History Month: a reading list

February marks the celebration of Black History Month in the United States and Canada, an annual celebration of achievements by Black Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of African Americans in US history.The first variation of Black History Month was initiated by Dr. Carter G. Woodson (founder of the Association for the Study of Negro Life) in 1926 titled Negro History Week, which took place during the second week of February. The Association for the Study of Negro Life and Hi...
Tags: Books, Featured, Lorde, Australia, Nigeria, Africa, US, America, History, Reading List, Canada, United States, New Orleans, Journals, Paul Robeson, Alice Walker

Savage Arms 110 High Country Rifle in Popular TrueTimber Strata Unveiled at SHOT

Savage Arms 110 High Country Rifle in Popular TrueTimber Strata Unveiled at SHOT INMAN, S.C. –-(Ammoland.com)- TrueTimber has partnered with Savage Arms to introduce the new 110 High Country rifle in the coveted Strata camouflage pattern. Debuted at Industry Day at the Range and SHOT Show in Las Vegas this year, the new bolt-action rifle features the Savage AccuFit system that allows hunters to customize length-of-pull and comb height of the TrueTimber Strata synthetic stock. “Strata is one o...
Tags: Guns, Canada, United States, Las Vegas, Savage, Savage Arms, Rusty Sellars, Shooting Industry News, Firearm News, Inman South Carolina, TrueTimber Strata

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