Sunday, February 24, 2008


There's nothing more American than visiting a National Park while packin' heat. Or so the dream goes. But that dream could soon be a reality.
In a victory for gun-rights advocates, the federal government is preparing to relax a decades-old ban on bringing loaded firearms into national parks.
And some of those decades-old bans have been in place for ten decades. But that doesn't stop the good old U.S. of A.
The proposed rule change would let visitors carry loaded weapons into national parks in states with few gun restrictions, such as Montana.
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Mosquito Spray - check.
Bushmaster CO-WITNESS Carbine 16" Flat Top, with Flip Rear Sight, and 3 Rail Front Sight Block - check.


Anonymous said...

This may be a naïve question to ask, but why fer god's sake? Protected species are still protected species... aren't they?
Or can you slaughter anything that moves on a National Park? F**kin' NRA

Anonymous said...

BTW, I love this teddy bear. Brilliant!

Mark Brown said...

"If you're hiking in the backcountry and there is a problem with a criminal or an aggressive animal, there's no 911 box where you can call police and have a 60-second response time," said Gary S. Marbut, president of the Montana Shooting Sports Assn.

White in Bay Ridge said...

So - I won't have to sneak my piece in anymore? Excellent!