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    by Published on 09-05-2017 12:17 PM
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    From Friday, September 8th to Sunday September 10th, MFS will be holding a BLOWOUT Smith & Wesson Event!

    With huge discounts off of Smith & Wesson guns, and a free swag pack with every gun purchased, this is our biggest sale of the year!

    We will have FREE pizza and drinks between 1pm and 5pm on the Saturday of the event!

    Blowout Firearms will include:

    •M&P Shield 9 & 40 - $275*
    •M&P Shield 45 - $299*
    •M&P 9 Full Size & Compact - $349*
    •M&P 40 Full Size & Compact - $324*
    •M&P 45 Full Size - $410*
    •M&P 45 Compact - $430*
    •M&P Bodyguard 380 - $329
    •M&p Bodyguard 380 W/ Green Laser - $349
    •SD9VE & SD40VE - $299
    •M&P 15-22 - $389 PLUS 300 rounds of .22lr FREE
    •All Smith & Wesson revolvers will be discounted $100!
    •All Smith & Wesson 1911's will be discounted $50!

    *Low price after $75 mail-in-rebate for M&P models.

    **All the above gun prices are in-store cash, check or debit prices.

    S&W Swag Pack includes (For In-Store Purchase Only):

    •Pistol Mag Charger! ($42.99 retail value!)
    •S&W Shirt
    •S&W Hat
    •S&W Cleaning Pad
    •Bottle Openers
    •Pistol Bag
    •S&W Pens, Mugs and more...

    *Deals and giveaways good while supplies last.

    A Smith & Wesson Rep will be on site on Saturday, September 9th to answer any of your questions!

    You can also shop during the event on our online store: https://www.massfirearmsshop.com/smi...son-m-752.html
    by Published on 07-04-2017 10:23 AM
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    The Moderators and I would like to wish everyone a happy and safe Independence Day! ...
    by Published on 05-29-2017 12:01 AM
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    "We come, not to mourn our dead soldiers, but to praise them." — Francis A. Walker

    “It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God that such men lived.” — General George S. Patton
    by Published on 02-28-2017 06:18 AM
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    SACRAMENTO, CA and FRESNO, CA (February 27, 2017) — Earlier today Judge Lawrence J. O’Neill, Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California, issued an order granting plaintiffs’ motion for a preliminary injunction in a First Amendment civil rights lawsuit challenging a California statute that broadly restricts the Internet publication of the home address or telephone number of any “elected or appointed official.” The case, captioned Doe Publius and Derek Hoskins v. California Legislative Counsel Diane Boyer-Vine, is supported by civil rights advocacy organization Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC).

    “We are delighted that Judge O’Neill saw the statute and the State’s enforcement of it for exactly what it was: an unconstitutional restriction on free speech,” said FPC President Brandon Combs following the ruling. Combs added, “especially in times where some government officials are working to pass legislation that would criminalize law-abiding gun owners and eliminate Second Amendment rights, the First Amendment’s protection of law-abiding gun owners’ political speech and protest is more important than ever.”

    Today’s order states, in relevant part, that “the Court finds that Plaintiffs are likely to succeed on their claims that § 6254.21(c) violates the First Amendment as applied to them, and also violates the dormant Commerce Clause as applied to Hoskins. The Court further finds that the remaining preliminary injunction factors weigh in Plaintiffs’ favor. The Court therefore preliminarily RESTRAINS AND ENJOINS Defendant from applying or enforcing § 6254.21(c) against Plaintiffs.”

    Plaintiff Doe Publius, who filed under a pseudonym due to a fear of government retaliation and the potential for criminal prosecution under the challenged law, runs a political blog under the alias “The Real Write Wringer” and writes about California politics, civil liberties, and the Second Amendment. Publius (through their Web host, WordPress.com) was sent a takedown letter from the California Legislative Counsel threatening litigation if they didn’t remove a “tyrant registry,” which was posted after Governor Jerry Brown signed six new gun control bills into law on July 1.

    Another plaintiff, Derek Hoskins, is the owner of northeastshooters.com, an online forum for discussing firearms issues and shooting sports activities, news, and politics. In addition to his First Amendment claim, he challenged the State’s enforcement of the law under the U.S. Constitution’s Commerce Clause as well as Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (47 U.S.C. § 230). The Legislative Counsel issued a takedown demand to Hoskins based on a discussion thread about the controversy over the takedown demand sent to Publius.

    A copy of the Court’s order and relevant case documents can be viewed or downloaded at https://www.firearmspolicy.org/publius_v_boyer_vine.
    by Published on 02-22-2017 04:14 PM
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    It’s now legal to carry a concealed loaded gun in New Hampshire without a license.

    Republican Gov. Chris Sununu signed so-called “constitutional carry” into law Wednesday morning, his first signing since taking office in early January.

    “It is common-sense legislation,” he said during a ceremony in the Executive Council chambers. “This is about making sure that our laws on our books are keeping people safe while remaining true to the live-free-or-die spirit.”

    The signing marked a GOP victory a week after the bruising defeat of right-to-work, one of Sununu’s top priorities.

    Republicans in control of the Legislature have sought to repeal the licensing requirement in recent years, but Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan consistently vetoed the change, saying it threatened to weaken public safety.

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