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US Vacation Summer 2016 and Firearms Safety insights from Y-man…

Apologies for the long silence, its been a bit of a tough year. With increased work pressures, and even MORE restrictions related to firearms in my country, I have not been able to write much. Mea Maxima Culpa! I have been thinking of the wide parallels between my country and the United States as related […] Read More … The post US Vacation Summer 2016 and Firearms Safety insights from Y-man… appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
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