The AMU has a very unique relationship with 3rd Ranger Battalion snipers. In the late 1990s, the 3rd Ranger Battalion Snipers began to work closely with the AMU. The snipers were able use AMU’s ranges, getting hands on instruction on alternate shooting positions, and calling wind adjustments. The Platoon Sergeant at the time, SFC Lindsay Bunch, believed that if his snipers could master these alternate positions, they would be more effective on the battlefield, where a perfectly stabilized bipod-supported firing position is rarely available.
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Nevada: Nearly half of Nevada Voters Reject Question 1
Bloomberg and his gun control group, Everytown for Gun Safety, poured millions of dollars into Nevada, allowing Question 1 to narrowly pass 50.45% (yes) – 49.55% (no). Just as 16 of Nevada’s 17 elected sheriffs opposed Question 1, so did 16 out of 17 counties at the polls.
“The fact that nearly half of Nevada voters rejected Question 1 puts to rest the gun control lie that 90 percent of voters support expanded background checks,” said Robert Uithoven, campaign director for NRA Nevadans for Freedom. “Voters in every single Nevada county but one rejected Question 1 in favor of freedom. We are sure this new law will do nothing to keep guns out of the hands of criminals. It will only cost law-abiding gun owners time, money, and freedom.”
Question 1 is a poorly drafted initiative with unintended consequences for law-abiding citizens. The few exceptions included in Question 1 use confusing language that leaves law-abiding citizens vulnerable to unknowingly break the law. In addition, under the flawed manner in which Question 1 was drafted, it cannot be modified or changed for at least three years, so it would be a long time before the problems with the language could be fixed.
The NRA would like to thank all of the legislators, elected officials, law enforcement officials, NRA members, gun owners and our countless volunteers across the state who worked so hard to preserve freedom in Nevada. Please stay tuned to http://www.nraila.org for any updates.
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On December 23, a home invader burst through a door in Memphis, Tennessee, and put a gun to a woman’s neck. He was then shot multiple times and killed.
According to WREG, 22-year-old Nico Carlisle and another suspect knocked on a door on the “2300 block of Devoy” around 6 p.m. When a woman went to the door, the two suspects forced their way into the house, and Carlisle put a gun to the woman’s neck.
At that point, the homeowner emerged–gun in hand–and shot Carlisle multiple times. Police arrived, found Carlisle “laying at the front door,” and pronounced him dead at the scene. The second suspect escaped and has yet to be identified.
A neighbor who witnessed the events unfold said he saw “some boys go over there next door, you know, trying to get up in their house.” He walked to his own door for a clearer view, and “that’s when [he] heard some shots.”
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