We have part one of a two part interview with Joe and Heather from Tactical Response. What is new in Camden and what does the future hold for Tactical Response?
During our Duracoat Finished Firearms segment, we will consider the value of patience as well as play “Name that Tune”. Also, are you ready to build a rifle this summer? Paul and Jarrad discuss the ARMED project rifle and how you build something similar.
The Montana Senate passed a bill, and the governor signed it, making it unlawful for banks to require special or unique designation for firearms sales when using credit or debit cards. Other states have followed suit. This is the type of leadership we need in our state capitals.
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TOPICS COVERED THIS EPISODE
- [0:06:30]DuraCoat Finished Firearms – DuraCoat University
- TOPIC: Patience!
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- [0:23:35]Brownells Bullet Points – Brownells.com
- TOPIC: ARMeD Rifle www.brownells.com
- [0:39:13]SOTG Homeroom – CrossbreedHolsters.com
- [0:46:37] Heather and Joey Glover from Tactical Response (Part 1)
- FULL Interview is available now on GETSOTG.COM!
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PARTNERS:Brownells Inc, DuraCoat Firearm Finishes, Hi-Point Firearms
Republican Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte enacted a bill last week that would bar financial institutions from requiring that retailers in the state apply a special code to track firearms purchases.
Last year, a committee on the International Organization for Standardization (ISO)—a Switzerland-based organization that sets and monitors quality standards for a variety of industries—voted to establish a new merchant category code (MCC) for firearms. The firearms-specific MCC would allow financial institutions to track gun sales separately from the “general merchandise” category on other retail products.
Gun rights advocates have pushed back against the firearms-specific MCCs, and lawmakers in several states have begun pursuing legislation to block the gun-purchase tracking agenda.
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