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17-Year-Old Shoots Two Felons in Self Defense – Then Arrested for Murder

SHOCK: Watch As Kyle Rittenhouse Defends Life Against Mob; Convicted Felons

Quick Recap:

  • Jacob Blake (black) was shot and paralyzed by (white) police officers. [An investigation confirmed he was ARMED with a knife]
  • Rioters and looters immediately set out to destruction and violence
  • Kyle Rittenhouse (17-year-old) was part of a team defending a local business
  • Rittenhouse was first attacked by convicted pedophile (felon!) who was shot and killed in self defense, then attacked by two more felons (one who was armed with a handgun!)

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WARNING: Whether You Are Charged or Not is NO LONGER About Right VS Wrong

I used to trust the law.

I used to believe that all I had to do was the RIGHT THING and the law would protect me.

Then, I lost my gun rights for 14-days after an ex-business partner decided to get some payback.

It cost me THOUSANDS in attorney fees.

That’s when I joined the USCCA.

Here’s how the USCCA Self-Defense Insurance works:

  • You sign up at $22 bucks a month (or $247 per year if you pay all at once)
  • If you get arrested or into any legal trouble, they cover your attorney fees up to $500,000
  • They cover bail money up to $100,000
  •  $350 per day of paycheck replacement during court sessions
  • $3,000 in hardship coverage
  • $3,000 for therapy or other emotional and psychological support
  • BOTTOM LINE: You stay protected and concealed carry with confidence

What’s the Difference Between USCCA and US Law Shield?

The major difference between the two: The USCCA allows you to choose whatever attorney you feel will defend your case the BEST. US Law Shield APPOINTS an attorney on your case.

US Law Shield also does not cover any hardship, paycheck replacement, or emotional/psychological support.

USCCA is the clear choice for protection.

Click Here for the Top 7 Reasons to Join the USCCA – and Get Protected Today



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Masks VS Concealed Carry: Is it Legal to Wear a Mask While Carrying Concealed?

Andy the Gun Guy Interviews Sgt. Bloom to Find Out the Truth

Walmart, some cities, and entire states are starting to require masks for COVID-19.

There are a TON of rumors around about wearing a mask in public while carrying a gun.

Is it a felony?

Is it legal?

Are we breaking the law?

Full Interview: Wearing a Mask While Carrying a Gun


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Florida Proposes Ban on ALL Semiautomatic Rifles: Here’s What You Need to Know

Florida’s Ballot Measure Seeks to Ban All Semiautos

…and it has potential for passing!

Tallahassee – A group named, “BAWN” (Ban Assault Weapons Now) is in full force of the legal process required to amend the Florida constitution to ban all semiautomatic rifles.

The measure would ban possession of all semiautomatic rifles and shotguns.

SHOCK: You’ll NEVER Guess Who is Behind This Legislation

Revealed in the video below!

How does BAWN define “assault weapon?”

Semiautomatic would be defined by the measure as “any weapon which fires a single projectile or a number of ball shots through a rifled or smooth bore for each single function of the trigger without further manual action required.”

Assault weapon would be defined by the measure as “any semiautomatic rifle or shotgun capable of holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition at once, either in a fixed or detachable magazine, or any other ammunition feeding device.”

If a person lawfully owned an assault weapon before the measure’s effective date, their ownership of such weapon would still be legal for one year after the measure’s effective date.

What organizations are supporting this ban?

  • Americans For Gun Safety Now
  • Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
  • Florida American Academy of Pediatrics
  • Florida National Council of Jewish Women
  • Florida PTA
  • Florida Veterans For Common Sense
  • League of Women Voters
  • March For Our Lives
  • Newtown Action Alliance
  • Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami

What is the process BAWN must follow to amend Florida’s constitution and ban all semiautomatic rifles?

BAWN is attempting to use the “voter initiative” process – which requires:

  1. By voter initiative, as a proposed amendment to appear on the ballot. By law, any such amendment 1) is limited to a single subject, 2) must include a ballot title not to exceed 15 words in length, 3) must also include a ballot summary not to exceed 75 words in length, and 4) must further include a financial impact statement not to exceed 75 words in length.

How many signatures are needed?

To place a constitutional amendment on the ballot, proponents must collect signatures equal to 8 percent of the total number of votes cast in the last presidential election.

That means that in order to get an amendment changed voted on, BAWN needs to get 766,200 signatures.

What can I do to get involved and protect the 2nd Amendment?

  1. SHARE this page!
  2. Sign OUR petition to STOP this amendment process from moving forward!

Click here to sign our petition to STOP BAWN in their tracks!