Jarrad has returned from Indiana and the 2019 NRA Annual Meeting. We have a detailed after-action report for you. Professor Paul will discuss what the NRA meeting means to us as Student of the Gun and what the NRA means to the United States.  Do not miss this.

During our Brownells Bullet Points Guns and Gear segment, Paul and Jarrad discuss all the options that are available to you for your very own Pimphand AR-15 project. Did you reserve your lower?

Additionally, during our SOTG Homeroom from Crossbreed Holsters, we have a “Go Team Moment” from California. A good guy with a gun stopped a mass murder from happening. Did you local news tell you all about that? Listen louder all the time.


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From www.reuters.com:

The rabbi wounded in Saturday’s deadly shooting at his Southern California synagogue praised an off-duty U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agent who fired at the fleeing suspect.

“I had spoken to him in the past about coming to the synagogue armed because he’s trained, and I want trained security as much as possible,” Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein told CNN, speaking from a local hospital. “Unfortunately, we couldn’t afford to have an armed security officer at every service, so whenever we had extra help, we were grateful for it.”

The agent, named by the rabbi as Jonathan Morales, had recently discovered his Jewish heritage and traveled more than 100 miles (160 km) each way to visit the synagogue from his home in El Centro, a city on the border with Mexico, the rabbi said.

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From www.theblaze.com:

We Americans find ourselves, yet again, playing a game repeated once every four years. As we look out at the landscape and consider the stable of potential candidates for the highest office in the land, we desperately search for a savior. Not an ecclesiastical savior, no, instead we sort through a short list of politicians and hope upon hope that we can choose one that will be the nation’s savior.

Along partisan lines, Democrats and Republicans attempt to choose the savior for their party. Who will be the person to lead the party to victory and save them from defeat? As a nation, we have been engaging in this endeavor in earnest since the last of the Founding Fathers retired from service and we had to choose from a list of newcomers.

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