February 20, 2018

Firearm safety/self defense class – October 5th – Missoula

Gun Safety for Personal Protection and
Concealed Weapon Permits Course
Saturday, October 5th, 2013

MISSOULA – A course entitled “Gun Safety for Personal Protection and Concealed Weapon Permits” will be hosted in Missoula by the Montana Shooting Sports Association on Saturday, October 5th, instructed by Gary Marbut.

This one-day course will focus on safe handling, storage and use of handguns suitable for personal protection, selecting a personal firearm, issues of personal protection, allowable use of lethal force, concealed weapon permits, kids and gun safety, and shooting skills, and will include both classroom and shooting range sessions.

Graduates will receive a credential qualifying them to apply for a Montana concealed weapon permit. The class will begin at 9:00 AM, and finish about 4:00 PM.

Class size is limited to the first 20 registrants. Pre-registration is required. Tuition is $100 per student. Students should be 16 years or older (exceptions possible upon request – call).

For further information or to register, reply to this email [mssa@mtssa.org] or call 549-1252.

To register by email, reply to this email and provide:

Name
U.S. Mail or residence address, including City, State, and Zip
Contact phone number

NOTE: These classes fill quickly, so reply soon to this email if you want in on this class. If you can’t or don’t make it into this class, you will be notified of subsequent classes by subsequent emails. I’ll conduct however many classes it takes to clear my any backlog. Watch your email for further announcements.

Expect an email confirmation of your class registration. If you don’t get an email confirmation, call me.

Further class information and instructions will be supplied by return email once you register.

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Watch Out for Foxes Dressed Like Bobcats

I suppose there was once a day in this country that if someone spotted a wild creature about a children’s school, the teacher or perhaps principal would have gathered kids around to point out the animal and talk about it. Not any longer. You lock the kids down in their school in total fear of an animal, and as it turns out, the school officials didn’t even know what the animal was.

At a South Florida school someone reported seeing a “bobcat” roaming around the grounds of the school. A shutdown ensued. Now read the idiot comments made about bobcats:

They typically eat small mammals such as squirrels, rabbits and raccoons, and have a natural fear of people, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said.

“They’re very shy and reclusive. The only time there would be a concern is if there was rabies,” said Carli Segelson, FWC spokeswoman.(emboldening added)

So if bobcats are fearful of people and are very shy and reclusive, what was it doing at a children’s school playground? Oh, it must have rabies! What if it doesn’t?

Oh, but wait! That doesn’t really matter as it seems the bobcat was really a fox, or turned into a fox. It’s just really not clear.

The important thing is those kids got locked up. Right?

What have we become?

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Bear Kills Villager, Villagers Club Bear to Death

Video Included

In or near Karminagar, Andhra Pradesh, India, a bear that had been bothering the local villagers, attacked and killed one of the people there. It is difficult to distinguish the talking in the video but it sounded a couple times as though the reporters were saying the dead villager was attacked while riding a bicycle.

Villagers attempt to scare the bear away from the dead man, with sticks, only to have the bear turn on the people and attack at least one other man. A great number of villagers descend on the bear and club it to death. At some point during the clubbing, a man, whose identity I don’t know, showed up with a rifle and fired two shots at close range at the bear.

Perhaps none of this would have happened if these people had sufficient resources to defend themselves. The report states that the villagers complained that authorities had done nothing about this troublesome bear.

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Woman Whacks Bear in Head With Baby Gate

The Kennebec Journal online is reporting that a woman in New Hampshire used a baby gate to fend off an attacking bear so the bear wouldn’t get her dogs.

Hasn’t this been the story all across the country where bears live this summer? Attack after attack, after attack. And still the idiots continue to report how rare it is, blah, blah, blah.

Not to worry though. Everybody is taught to believe that it’s man’s fault that bear get hungry and need to eat and so, everybody continues on in the usual manner as it depicted in the photograph below.

huggybear

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List of Fatal Bear Attacks in North America – 1870s thru 2010s

I didn’t know this until someone emailed me the link. Wikipedia (yeah, I know) has a list of fatal bear attacks in North American dating from the 1870s through present. Here’s the link.

List of Fatal Bear Attacks

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Hungry Grizzly Bears in Yellowstone Likely to Cause Increased Human/Bear Encounters

It is a common natural phenomenon that food for wild animals comes in cycles. Ever since I can remember, mast crops, such as wild nuts and berries come in various amounts depending on several things that effect growth.

According to a report by Thomson Reuters Foundation, due to a minimal crop of available foods for grizzly and black bears, Yellowstone Park authorities are warning visitors that bears will be hungry and looking for food. Because of this natural shortage bears are bound to encounter human beings, partly because the humans are a food source….directly or indirectly.

The author of the article has regurgitated the overused excuse, or coveryourass du jour, that the lack of nuts is caused by climate change…..without offering any definition. Invoking “climate change” is kind of like Article 134 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, i.e when you can’t or don’t want to find the truth, simply blame it on climate change.

I remember seeing a poster in the coach’s office in high school when I played football. It read something like this”

Rule #1 The coach is always right.
Rule #2 Refer to Rule #1

This may now be rewritten to read”

Rule #1 Climate change is to blame for everything.
Rule #2 See Rule #1.

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Predicting a Devastating Future is Simple When You Are Causing the Devastation

To most, the article in the Mail Online of how the big brains of the world are preparing for what is going to be the demise of the planet and all the people on it, is frightening. I find it ironically laughable; mostly due to the fact that there are none so blind as those who will not see.

If you read this article, what it is at the top level is not a prediction but a warning to us dispensable subjects how we are going to die…..or at least that is their plan. The “big brains” referred to here are, in fact, the ones behind the laundry list of things “human-caused” they are trying to tell us will kill us, i.e. crippling cyber attacks, killer computers, release of engineered diseases, extreme weather events, fast spreading pandemics, wars, food shortages. However, these evil propagators of Satanic work promise that they will, “devise ways of ‘ensuring our own species has a long-term future.” But they aren’t telling us that “our own species” doesn’t include you or I. We are not of the “posterity.”

What is clearly visible, to those with vision, is that the creators of the means for human destruction are claiming to be devising ways to stop their own plans for human destruction. They are perpetuating the fear in all of us in order that they may present their own “savior” and we will eagerly follow.

Should you choose, you may continue to bury your head in the sand.

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AR-15 Colt 6920 Giveaway!

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Seriously! Who’s Lying Here?

This piece of propaganda was found recently on the rear bumper of a Connecticut car. These scumbags deliberately lie for one purpose only. To extort money out of millions of people to ignorant and lazy to even bother discovering the truth.

That poor misunderstood little woofie!

littlered

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Public Comment Period Extended for National Delisting of Gray Wolf

MISSOULA, Mont.–The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) extended the public comment period until October 28 on two proposed rules to remove the gray wolf from the List of Threatened and Endangered species.

“It is imperative that we as conservationists, outdoorsmen and women let our government know that wolves are no longer threatened or endangered. They are clearly recovered and need to be delisted,” said David Allen, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation president and CEO. “Wolves surpassed minimum recovery objectives more than a decade ago in the Northern Rockies, thrive in the Great Lakes, and number well into the thousands in Canada and Alaska.”

The proposals also maintain protection and expand recovery efforts for the Mexican wolf.

An FWS comprehensive review determined that the current listing for gray wolf, developed 35 years ago, erroneously included large geographical areas outside the species’ historical range. In addition, the review found that the current gray wolf listing does not reasonably represent the range of the only remaining population of wolves in the lower 48 states and Mexico that requires the protections of the Endangered Species Act – the Mexican wolf population in the Southwest.

“There are some who claim wolves remain threatened if they do not occupy their entire native range. That does not mean they are endangered. The best available scientific research shows the gray wolf is recovered well beyond the point that it needs to be delisted. There are many such species, like elk, that do not cover their historic range. That does not mean they are endangered,” added Allen.

Principles of the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation, the only one of its kind and most successful in the world, indicate that wildlife belongs to all Americans and that they need to be managed in a way that their populations will be sustained forever.

“State agencies are charged with the management of elk, deer, bears, lions and other species. We maintain that the wolf is no different,” said Allen. “It should be state agencies – not the federal government – that oversee the management of wolves.”

The proposals come after a comprehensive review confirmed the successful recovery of wolves in the western Great Lakes states and Northern Rockies following management actions undertaken by federal, state and local partners following the wolf’s listing under the Endangered Species Act more than three decades ago.

FWS also announced a series of public hearings to ensure all stakeholders have an opportunity to comment. The first public hearing is September 30 in Washington, DC followed closely by hearings in Sacramento, CA, on October 2, and Albuquerque, NM, on October 4. The Albuquerque hearing will be a combined hearing on the gray wolf delisting proposal and the proposal to revise the existing nonessential experimental population designation of the Mexican wolf.

“I encourage RMEF members, other sportsmen and women, and all those who value our wildlife and beautiful landscapes to let the federal government know where we stand,” said Allen.

Go here (http://www.regulations.gov/#!documentDetail;D=FWS-HQ-ES-2013-0073-0001) to leave a comment.

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