Tag: law enforcement

What Famous American Said You Need A Good Revolver and a Steady Hand?

Black Man With A Gun Show Podcast #511 I believe every fan of American history should own a revolver. It should be an heirloom. Before we got caught up on 9mm vs 1911 there was the wheel gun. It was the gun of the Civil War that in surplus was available to poor whites and […]

Can You Believe New Jersey Gun Laws?

Not even law enforcement officers are safe from New Jersey’s gun laws. Sgt. Ray Hughes, a corrections officer in Pennsylvania, was headed home after dinner with his wife in Atlantic City when they were hit by a drunk driver. Even though he was the victim, Hughes became a criminal — he’s now facing a felony charge for bringing his gun into New Jersey. It’s just the latest in a long string of miscarriages of justice that characterize the state’s gun-control regime. Watch this exclusive report with Ray Hughes and his wife Denise from NRA News.

New Jersey: How Bad Is It?

It’s so bad in “The Garden State” that even a trained and experienced police officer is denied a permit to carry for self defense. Confusing N.J. gun laws deny some ex-cops right to carry | Di Ionno John Kotchkowski, then a young University Hospital cop helped chase the killers in 1995, of John Deventer, a […]

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