I posted my observations on the change in rules “allowing” guns in national parks earlier today.
I thought it would be helpful for regular readers if I also brought you recent related commentary from my fellow Gun Rights Examiners.
Georgia’s National Parks are no longer gun free zones
National ‘Take a gun hiking’ Day
National Parks gun ban set to expire, hysteria reaching critical
Steve D. Jones/Fort Smith:
Gun ban at Buffalo River National Park in Arkansas
Fort Smith National Historic Site will allow firearm carry Monday, February 22
Would Saint Peter pack a pistol in a national park today?
Parks gun regulations change Monday while anti-gun hysteria never changes
KING 5 deception: Guns in national parks rule change does NOT include target shooting!
I hope you’re regularly checking these and other GREs out and sharing links to their work with fellow gun owners via emails, blogs and forums. That’s one of the best things we can do to overcome anti-gun media bias.
Tracking in Nevada
I just received an alert from my friends at Gun Owners of Nevada:
The legislature is considering a means of “revenue enhancement” that would make privacy for CCW holders a huge problem. This is the exact same bill that was rejected by the legislature last year.
Click here to read the rest and to take action. And make sure to share this with your gun owner friends in the Silver State.
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