For the past two years, under Democratic control, the House was pro-abortion rights, pro-gun control, pro-independent redistricting commission and pro-education aid overhaul. Last week, the narrow Republican majority caucus in the House hung together to take actions that reversed every one of...
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Utah Gov. Spencer Cox signs law allowing concealed carry without a permit. The statute will go into effect in May.
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A statement like that makes me think you don't get around much. Dangerous re-holstering is very common, but most people - even when they see it - just ignore it.
In December, TheFirearmGuy showed us what not to do.
Two years ago, in December, Craig Douglas showed us what to do.
Clearing the chamber should be a conscious act, and - if your brain is engaged - you'll probably only need to retract the slide one time.
MINDLESSLY cycling the slide three times, or more, WITHOUT LOOKING is not the kind of muscle memory anyone should want.