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    • June 6, 2013 11:33 PM EDT
    • It seems that the gun and ammo scare is winding down now and suppliers are catching up with the demand. 


      If you are a shopper at Brownell's, I found these latest deals and promos going on right now. 



    • June 2, 2013 10:00 PM EDT
    • With the latest panic on finding ammo, many people are selling theirs on Craigslist. Here is a current list of All Ammo for sale on Craigslist. 



    • May 31, 2013 5:56 AM EDT
    • Here are the lastest Craigslist list Ad with any AR-15 related items for sale! Hurry and view before the CL gods delete these prohibited ads from their site making these links useless! 



    • April 5, 2013 12:01 AM EDT
    • Here a few ads I wanted to share with the SeeMeHunt community. I simply searched all regions of the US minutes ago for all "shotgun" related ads. 

      This is something I can do fairly easily. If you wish to get a daily email like this I will do so for a very small fee ($5). 


      #1 - **SHOTGUN RELOADERS** (TRIMBLE) $475 - [url=][/url]

      #2 - Remington 1100 Scope Mount (Thompson, Ohio) $30 - [url=][/url]

      #3 - ATN illuminated reticle sight (schleswig) $60 - [url=][/url]

      #4 - sc0pe (Flagstaff) $60 - [url=][/url]

      #5 - scope (milton fl) $200 - [url=][/url]

      #6 - BENELLI   M2 SHOTGUN  MAG EXTENTION (MIAMI-DADE) $50 - [url=][/url]

      #7 - RAIL MOUNT FOR 12 G SHOTGUN (MIAMI-DADE) $20 - [url=][/url]

      #8 - Kel-Tec KSG [url=tel:2817051936]2817051936[/url] (Houston/Irving) $2200 - [url=][/url]

      #9 - Shotgun Stock (Essex Junction) $75 - [url=][/url]

      #10 - 2-new shotgun cases (wyalusing, pa) $7 - [url=][/url]

      #11 - shotgun primers & shot (warwick) $100 - [url=][/url]

      #12 - OTIS Military Issued Rifle shotgun pistol cleaning kits  (Essex county NJ) - [url=][/url]

      #13 - Bushnell HOLO sight  (cny) $160 - [url=][/url]

      #14 - SHOTGUN (nevils,ga) $500 - [url=][/url]

      #15 - SHOTGUN (nevils,ga) $500 - [url=][/url]

      #16 - Shotgun Home Defense Class Joe Biden Approved (Key West - Lower Keys) $150 - [url=][/url]

      #17 - Shotgun scope  (Cantonment) $150 - [url=][/url]

      #18 - F/S PW 12 ga. shotgun reloader (twin falls) $450 - [url=][/url]

      #19 - Springfield for sale or trade - [url=][/url]

      #20 - i can get all gun parts and accesories cheap check it out (tampa bay) $20 - [url=][/url]

      #21 - BROWNING TOP STOCK  (S topeka) $20 - [url=][/url]

      #22 - 3 MEC Shotgun reloaders 12 gauge, & 20 gauge (Post Falls) $225 - [url=][/url]

      #23 - Shotgun reloader (ottawa) $150 - [url=][/url]

      #24 - MEC Hustler Shotgun Shell Loader (Duluth) $400 - [url=][/url]

      #25 - Cabela's Camo Waders - Tags on them! (Midtown KCMO) $120 - [url=][/url]

      #26 - shotgun/Rifle case by uncle mike - [url=][/url]

      #27 - For Sale Shotgun Cleaning Kit (Kuttawa) $5 - [url=][/url]

      #28 - 1100 shotgun stock (Parkersburg) $50 - [url=][/url]

      #29 - BRAND NEW RELOADER (Roy, Utah) $225 - [url=][/url]

      #30 - WTB 18.5" barrel for Rem 870 (South Point, OH) - [url=][/url]

      #31 - Reloading Supplies (Mt Joy) $15 - [url=][/url]

      #32 - Vintage shotgun shell boxes, Western and Tru-Test (Brocton) $75 - [url=][/url]

      #33 - mec 12 gauge shotgun reloader (sandsprings) $200 - [url=][/url]

      #34 - browning travel hard case for shotgun (northwest houston) $150 - [url=][/url]

      #35 - Truglo 2x42 Realtree APG red/green dot Shotgun scope (winder, buford, cumming, alpharetta) $75 - [url=][/url]

      #36 - Gander Mountain scope (Glenwood) $25 - [url=][/url]

      #37 - Colonial Arms Shotgun Choke (Cedar Falls) $20 - [url=][/url]

      #38 - ISO 16g shotgun ammo (Williamsport) - [url=][/url]

      #39 - Magazine extension +3 for Remington 870 shotgun (Albuquerque NW) $40 - [url=][/url]

      #40 - To progressive shotgun reloading presses with accessories (Townsend) $1 - [url=][/url]

      #41 - Trade shotgun for hand gun - [url=][/url]

      #42 - TASCO SLUG SCOPE (Waseca) $75 - [url=][/url]

      #43 - wanted reloading supplies - [url=][/url]

      #44 - WTT for outdoor items (dayton) $1 - [url=][/url]

      #45 - Hornady 366 shotshell reloader (Helena, MT) $300 - [url=][/url]

      #46 - 12 guage mossberg rifled slug barrel  (east dsm) $100 - [url=][/url]

      #47 - Phesant Hunting Vest - XL (Morningside) $20 - [url=][/url]

      #48 - WINCHESTER SHOTGUN  CLEANING KIT (465 MANN RD S/W) $8 - [url=][/url]

      #49 - Peters True Blue metal Sign Shotshell Shotgun Ammunition (sw boise) $8 - [url=][/url]

      #50 - Shotgun Case Bag Plano 45450 Realtree Camo BRAND NEW (Skippack) $28 - [url=][/url]

      #51 - shotgun cleaning kit (drexel hill) $10 - [url=][/url]

      #52 - Reloader (Moore) $80 - [url=][/url]

      #53 - UNDERWATER METAL DETECTOR - JW Fishers Pulse 8X - TRADE (Stockbridge) $1100 - [url=][/url]

      #54 - Shotgun Light & Laser (Shreveport) $30 - [url=][/url]

      #55 - Trade (RGV) - [url=][/url]

      #56 - Empty Shotgun Hulls (foothills) $50 - [url=][/url]

      #57 - rifle or shotgun case (elbridge ny) $25 - [url=][/url]

      #58 - WTB--LEFT-HAND SHOTGUN (MONROE) - [url=][/url]

      #59 - Shotgun Shell Reloader (NW Houston ) $200 - [url=][/url]

      #60 - Turkey Hunting Bundle (Beresford, SD) $150 - [url=][/url]

      #61 - Wanted: Empty 12ga Shotgun Shells (Bing.) - [url=][/url]

      #62 - Shotgun Reloading Equip. (lisbon, ia.) $300 - [url=][/url]

      #63 - ~~16 Gauge Shotgun~~SidexSide Double Barrel in Excellent Original Cond (bucks pa ) - [url=][/url]

      #64 - Vintage HUGE Antler Rack inlaid with 16 gauge shell brass  (Farmington) $25 - [url=][/url]

      #65 - Remington 870 12 Gauge (Plantation) $500 - [url=][/url]

    • April 4, 2013 1:14 PM EDT
    • April 4, 2013

      [b][]Mike Bazinet[/url][/b]

      [b]NSSF Statement on Passage of Connecticut Legislation[/b]

      NEWTOWN, Conn. -- The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), the trade association for the firearms and ammunition industry, issued the following statement today:

      Gov. Dannel Malloy today signed into law a package of gun-control legislation that was assembled in secret by a small group of state legislators and that never received a public hearing. Most legislators had little time to even read the actual bill language.

      The unfortunate results of this process, which made it appear that all points of view were being heard when in fact true expertise was shut out when it was most needed, means that mistakes in what is now enacted law will have to be corrected.

      For example, language in the new law specifies a procedure for licensed firearms retailers to perform mandatory "universal" background checks on private party transactions that is not permissible based on federal law and regulations governing the National Instant Criminal Background Checks (NICS) system. As we read it, this mistake in lawmaking means that all private party transactions in the state now cannot be accomplished legally.

      We share the goal of wanting to make Connecticut safer for our citizens following the unspeakable tragedy at the Sandy Hook Elementary School. In the end, however, public safety has not been enhanced and the unintended consequences of behind-closed-doors lawmaking will cause considerable confusion until the General Assembly corrects its mistakes.

      Here is where we stand today. Law-abiding citizens of this state now have greater restrictions on their Second Amendment and state constitutional rights while Connecticut's firearms manufacturers will be forced to seriously weigh the impact on their businesses and their employees of the state's double-standard of you can build it here, but not sell it here, public policy formulation.

      We will be carefully studying all provisions of the law for possible challenge in the courts.

    • April 4, 2013 9:12 AM EDT
    • [b][size= small]Republican senators -- joined by at least one Democrat -- ripped the international arms trade treaty approved Tuesday by the U.N. General Assembly, calling it a "non-starter" and vowing to oppose Senate ratification. [/size][/b]

      [b][size= small]The treaty approved Tuesday was the first of its kind. The resolution was approved at the U.N. by a vote of 154 to 3 with 23 abstentions. [/size][/b]

      [b][size= small]But in the U.S. Senate, which must ratify the treaty in order for the United States to be a party to it, opposition is much stronger. [/size][/b]

      [b][size= small]The Senate already voted for an amendment last month to prevent the U.S. from entering into the treaty. The sentiment among conservative and moderate senators concerned the treaty represents an infringement of Second Amendment rights had not changed in light of Tuesday's U.N. vote. [/size][/b]

      [b][size= small]"The U.N. Arms Trade Treaty that passed in the General Assembly today would require the United States to implement gun-control legislation as required by the treaty, which could supersede the laws our elected officials have already put into place," Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla., said in a statement. "It's time the Obama administration recognizes it is already a non-starter, and Americans will not stand for internationalists limiting and infringing upon their Constitutional rights." [/size][/b]

      [b][size= small]Democratic Sen. Max Baucus, of Montana, also said he could not support the treaty, claiming it doesn't do enough to "uphold the rights of Americans." [/size][/b]

      [b][size= small]Critics of the treaty claim that, while it's aimed at combating the vast illegal weapons trade, it could end up burdening law-abiding gun owners and businesses with a new web of red tape. Inhofe also said the treaty could hurt national security efforts by preventing the U.S. from assisting allies. [/size][/b]

      [b][size= small]What impact it will have in curbing the estimated $60 billion global arms trade remains to be seen. The landmark U.N. treaty will take effect after 50 countries ratify it, and a lot will depend on which ones ratify and which ones don't, and how stringently it is implemented. [/size][/b]

      [b][size= small]In the U.S. Senate, it takes two-thirds of the 100 lawmakers to win ratification. [/size][/b]

      [b][size= small]Enforcement is left up to the nations that ratify the treaty. The treaty requires these countries to cooperate on its implementation and to assist each other in investigating and prosecuting violations. [/size][/b]

      [b][size= small]Britain and a small group of other treaty supporters sought a vote in the 193-member world body after Iran, North Korea and Syria blocked its adoption by consensus last week. The three countries voted "no" on Tuesday, while Russia and China, both major arms exporters, abstained. The United States, the world's largest arms exporter, voted in favor. [/size][/b]

      [b][size= small]Secretary of State John Kerry welcomed the approval of "a strong, effective and implementable arms trade treaty that can strengthen global security while protecting the sovereign right of states to conduct legitimate arms trade." He stressed that the treaty applies only to international trade "and reaffirms the sovereign right of any state to regulate arms within its territory." [/size][/b]

      [b][size= small]White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said the administration was "pleased" by the outcome. [/size][/b]

      [b][size= small]But Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott swiftly fired off a letter to Obama Tuesday urging him not to sign it. He threatened that if the treaty were eventually signed and ratified, his state would "lead the charge" to have it overturned in court "as a violation of the U.S. Constitution." [/size][/b]

      [b][size= small]He voiced concern that the treaty "empowers a new U.N. bureaucracy focused on firearms restrictions that will be run by international bureaucrats." [/size][/b]

      [b][size= small]Never before has there been an international treaty regulating the global arms trade. Supporters said its adoption took far too long. [/size][/b]

      [b][size= small]Australian Ambassador Peter Woolcott, who chaired the negotiations, said the treaty will "make an important difference by reducing human suffering and saving lives." [/size][/b]

      [b][size= small]"We owe it to those millions -- often the most vulnerable in society -- whose lives have been overshadowed by the irresponsible and illicit international trade in arms," he told the assembly just before the vote. [/size][/b]

      [b][size= small]The treaty will not control the domestic use of weapons in any country, but it will require countries that ratify it to establish national regulations to control the transfer of conventional arms and components and to regulate arms brokers. [/size][/b]

      [b][size= small]It covers battle tanks, armored combat vehicles, large-caliber artillery systems, combat aircraft, attack helicopters, warships, missiles and missile launchers, and small arms and light weapons. A phrase stating that the treaty covers these weapons "at a minimum" was dropped, according to diplomats, at the insistence of the United States. Supporters complained that this limited the treaty's scope. [/size][/b]

      [b][size= small]The treaty prohibits states that ratify it from transferring conventional weapons if they violate arms embargoes or if they promote acts of genocide, crimes against humanity or war crimes. The pact also prohibits the export of conventional arms if they could be used in attacks on civilians or civilian buildings such as schools and hospitals. [/size][/b]

      [b][size= small]In considering whether to authorize the export of arms, a country must evaluate whether the weapons would be used to violate international human rights laws or employed by terrorists or organized crime. A country must also determine whether the weapons would contribute to or undermine peace and security. [/size][/b]

      [b][size= small]In addition, the treaty requires countries to take measures to prevent the diversion of conventional weapons to the illicit market. [/size][/b]

      [b][size= small]Proponents of the treaty said it could make it much harder for regimes committing human rights violations to acquire arms, in conflicts such as the brutal civil war in Syria. [/size][/b]

      [b][size= small][i]The Associated Press contributed to this report.[/i][/size][/b]

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    • March 28, 2013 9:18 AM EDT
    • [b]Maryland -[/b]–([url=][/url])- We need people Thursday and Friday.

      If you haven’t been yet, now is the time to go. The Governor’s staff is putting heavy pressure on a number of Delegates to pass his disenfranchisement bill.

      There isn’t much time left; this is not the time to say [i]“someone else will do it.” [/i]

      If you can’t go Thursday, go Friday. The Governor is pushing with all his might to rip away every gain we’ve made. He is trying to convince Delegates that there is some silent majority out there supporting him. We know the truth, but Delegates are beginning to crumble under the pressure. We need another strong push. We need to pack the halls of Annapolis this week and next week. We will continue to show them that we remain watchful.

      The best time to approach members of a committee is to be in the room prior to the beginning of the meeting, generally 12PM or 1PM. Introduce yourself to the committee members. Thank our friends for their support and remind those who are on the fence or plan to oppose the bill that [i]“Gun Control Helps No One”[/i] and[i] “Self Defense Is A Civil Right.”[/i]

      If SB 281 passes the House, some 1,000 jobs and $200 million in revenue will be lost. Businesses like Beretta, LWRC and Adcor will leave Maryland if the bill passes.

      The following Delegates represent areas that will suffer heavy job losses if SB 281 becomes law. Remind them that if Maryland loses jobs and revenue as part of the Governor’s bill, you will remember that in 2014. You will remember that the Governor put 1,000 Marylanders into the unemployment line but couldn’t stand for enhanced penalties for violent criminals in a bill he says makes us safer.

      <li>Delegate Robert A. Costa (Anne Arundel County), 410-841-3551</li>
      <li>Delegate Wade Kach (Baltimore County), 410-841-3359</li>
      <li>Delegate Curt Anderson (Baltimore City), 410-841-3291</li>
      <li>Delegate Nathaniel Oaks (Baltimore City), 410-841-3283</li>
      <li>Delegate Jill Carter (Baltimore City), 410-841-3268</li>
      <li>Delegate Eric Bromwell (Baltimore County), 410-841-3766</li>
      <li>Delegate Kathleen Dumais (Montgomery County, Vice-Chair Judiciary, head of gun working group), 301-858-3052</li>
      We need to pay special attention to Curt Anderson. Reports are coming in that he is not receiving a strong showing of opposition from his constituents.

      <address>Maryland Shall Issue, Inc.
      1332 Cape Saint Claire Road #342
      Annapolis, Maryland 21409
      [b]Mission Statement: [/b]Maryland Shall Issue is an all volunteer, non-partisan effort dedicated to the preservation and advancement of all gunowners’ rights in Maryland, with a primary goal of CCW reform to allow all law-abiding citizens the right to carry a concealed weapon; and to the education of the community to the awareness that ‘shall issue’ laws have, in all cases, resulted in decreased rates of violent crime.

    • March 28, 2013 9:15 AM EDT
    • [b]


      [b]Minnesota -[/b]-([url=][/url])- What’s Happened So Far
      Last week in the Minnesota House, anti-gun-rights extremist Rep. Michael Paymar gave up on his Punish Gun Owners Act, HF237.

      Paymar, who chairs the Public Safety committee, acknowledged that he didn’t even have the votes to get his gun control agenda out of his own committee.

      Rep. Paymar did manage to get a “[i]compromise[/i]” bill passed out of committee — a bill hidden from the public until less than an hour before the hearing last Thursday. While GOCRA supports most of the provisions of HF285 [i](they were already in the GOCRA- and NRA-supported “Good bill” that Rep. Paymar refused to hear in committee)[/i], it does include one controversial provision:

      HF285 requires the purchaser in a private sale of a pistol or sporting rifle, if the transaction takes place at a gun show, to have a permit to purchase or carry, and show that permit to the private seller.

      While this is what most of us do anyway, it is still a step, though a small one, toward increased regulation of private sales.

      [b]What’s Next[/b]
      Representative Paymar has vowed to reintroduce Universal Gun Registration as an amendment on the House floor. We need to make sure that Minnesota lawmakers know that we will not tolerate a vote for such an amendment. There is also the possibility that some of the [i]“Good Bill”[/i] criminal control provisions that GOCRA supports will be amended on to his bill.

      There is also a lot of room for things to change as the House and the Senate work to match up their bill, either by amendment, or in conference committees. We’ll be watching that closely.

      We don’t know yet when Rep. Paymar’s bill will be heard in the full House. We’ll let you know as soon as we know.

      [b]What You Can Do[/b]
      Starting Tuesday, it will be time to once again remind legislators that we’re watching, and that we won’t stand for any infringements. We’ll let you know when and how.

      [b]Membership premiums update[/b]
      We’ve been swamped with all of the new memberships! THANK YOU! We are working as hard as we can to get the pins and patches out the door. We ran out of each; the pins are back in stock, and patches are on the way, so it won’t be long now.

      Please forward this article to gun owners and civil rights supporters, and ask them to sign up at [url=]