There is a movement afoot to force gun owners to insure each firearm they own. We bring our friend and insurance expert, Rick Lindsey from XINSURANCE on to talk about that and more.
Who were the Green Mountain Boys and what historical impact did they have upon the United States of America? The Vermont government recently spit on their graves.
Do you have a Hippo Gun? Do you need one? Well, before you answer, consider what just happened in Michigan. We discussed that during our Duracoat Finished Firearms segment. Also, Memorial Day is fast approaching, that means saving on gun parts from Brownells.
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TOPICS COVERED THIS EPISODE
- [0:02:00] Rick J. Lindsey w/ XINSURANCE
- Night Hog Hunting Insurance?
- Small Arms & Tactics Trainers?
- First Responder / Trauma Med
- [1:01:36] DuraCoat Finished Firearms – DuraCoat University
- TOPIC: Hippo Guns?
- Pygmy hippo attacks, kills sitatunga at John Ball Zoo www.woodtv.com
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- [1:14:30] Brownells Bullet Points – Brownells.com
- TOPIC: Memorial Day Sale
- [1:22:50] SOTG Homeroom – CrossbreedHolsters.com
- TOPIC: Who were the Green Mountain Boys? www.britannica.com
- Vermont bans owning, running paramilitary training camps apnews.com/article
- Sign up to the Precision Rifle Class www.sotgu.com [ USE CODE: GMB ]
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Green Mountain Boys, patriot militia in the American Revolution. The Green Mountain Boys began in 1770 at present-day Bennington, Vermont, as an unauthorized militia organized to defend the property rights of local residents who had received land grants from New Hampshire. New York, which then claimed present-day Vermont, disputed New Hampshire’s right to grant land west of the Green Mountains.
The Green Mountain Boys stopped sheriffs from enforcing New York laws and terrorized settlers who had New York grants, burning buildings, stealing cattle, and administering occasional floggings with birch rods.
The Green Mountain Boys immediately joined the Revolution, and on May 10, 1775, fewer than a hundred of them, under the joint command of Ethan Allen and Benedict Arnold, captured Fort Ticonderoga. Eventually they became part of the Continental Army and served in the abortive offensive against Canada.
Vermont on Monday made it a crime to own or operate paramilitary training camps in the state after Republican Gov. Phil Scott signed legislation introduced in response to a firearms training facility built without permits that neighbors called a menace.
Violators face up to five years in prison or a fine up to $50,000 or both, according to the law. It prohibits a person from teaching, training, or demonstrating to anyone else the use, application, or making of a firearm, explosive, or incendiary device capable of causing injury or death that will be used in or in furtherance of a civil disorder. It also bans a person from assembling with others for such training, instruction or practice.
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