Lone Star Gun Show at Will Rogers Center in Fort Worth This Weekend

This weekend we will be at the Lone Star Gun Show in Fort Worth. It is the last Gun Show before Christmas. The last chance to do some Gun Show Shopping before the big gift giving day.

From the bottoms of our hearts we wish you a Merry Christmas.  Or Happy Hanukkah, Solstice or Festivus.

For those taking the Montgomery Street Exit from the I30 make a right at the first light past the frontage Road. We have been assured there will be signs pointing out how to get to the parking lot.

Our knives keep getting more and more unique.

We are in our usual spot over near the door on the west end of the show..

Saturday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday 10:00am – 4:00pm

Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, Season’s Greetings and warm thoughts.  Also have a happy and safe New Years in case we don’t see you at the Premier Show just before New Year’s Eve.

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This Weekend: Last Premier Show at Big Town for 2017

That’s right folks this is the last show at Big Town until January 2018.

I can’t believe how this year has flown by.

We have two Randall Knives, a bunch of Microtechs and a lot of Spyderco and Benchmade knives.  I’m closing out some of the collectable Spydercos to make room for thge new ones that are in the pipeline.

Our last two shows of the year will be over in Fort Worth so if you don’t travel over to that end of the Metroplex stop by.

Admission is $8, kids 11 and under are FREE, and Parking is FREE. Say “SANTA” at the door for a dollar off admission!

Saturday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday 10:00am – 4:00pm

Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy New Years.  Happy Holidays.

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New ‘Assault Weapons’ Bill Would Ban GLOCK 17 And Many Other Popular Pistols

From Concealed Nation:  http://concealednation.org/2017/11/new-assault-weapons-bill-would-ban-glock-17-and-many-other-popular-pistols/

By Johannes Paulsen
November 18, 2017

The text of Senator Dianne Feinstein’s assault rifle ban bill is now available on her website and, contra Nick’s expectations, it isn’t simply a copy-and-paste re-run of the failed Clinton era assault rifle ban language. It’s worse. Much worse.

How bad is it? In the first four pages, it bans the popular GLOCK 17 9mm pistol, a gun that’s commonly used for shooting sports and personal self defense by hundreds of thousands of Americans.

That’s right, one of the most reliable, commonly-used pistols in the US, from one of the most popular firearms manufacturers in the world is now on the chopping block.

But it’s not just the G17. The Beretta 92, the CZ75, and the HK VP70 would also be forbidden. Heck, even the Luger P08 would be out.

Why? Because among the many things the bill prohibits — from the “CZ Scorpion Pistol” [sic], which it somehow defines as an “AK” to the jihad it wages against barrel shrouds that keep people from injuring themselves — the senior Senator from California wants to ban any “semiautomatic versions of an automatic firearm.” (See page 4 of the bill.)

That means that if a manufacturer ever made a fully-automatic version of a semi-automatic pistol (i.e. the GLOCK 18, a select fire version of the G17), the semi-auto gun would be verboten. Feinstein’s bill, if passed, would classify these guns as a “semiautomatic assault weapons” and, therefore, outlaw them.

Let’s be clear here: this isn’t a serious bill. This isn’t intended to generate a conversation leading to an acceptable compromise. This is pure red meat for the anti-gun base, written by a legislative staff who view the Bill of Rights with utter contempt. And it laughs in the face of Supreme Court precedent concerning commonly-used firearms.

To the civilian disarmament advocates who read this blog (and you know who you are): if you ever wonder why we fight you on every single issue, in every forum, on every two-bit propaganda show…if you wonder why rifles like the AR-15 and AK-47 have proliferated in civilian hands to an amazing degree in the past ten years…if you want to know why we burst into raucous laughter every time one of your acolytes in the legacy media parrots the falsehood, “no one’s coming for your guns,” this is why.

Continue reading at:  http://concealednation.org/2017/11/new-assault-weapons-bill-would-ban-glock-17-and-many-other-popular-pistols/

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Premier Gun Show In Lewisville This Weekend

This weekend we are at the Premier Gun Show in Lewisville. The show is on the west side of the 35E, just about a mile south of the Fox Avenue exit.

We have a couple of Randall knives, a Marfione and Microtech Halo, a variety of other knives and guns

General admission is $8, kids 11 and under are FREE, and Parking is FREE! Say “REINDEER” at the door to save $1 off the cost of admission.

Saturday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday 10:00am – 4:00pm

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays

We hope to see you this weekend.


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Quote of the Day: African American Gun Rights In Perspective

From The Truth About Guns:  http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2017/11/robert-farago/quote-day-african-american-gun-rights-perspective/

Nov 27, 2017

“Gun ownership in the black community has been key to achieving many of the gains that we enjoy today. The marches of the Civil Rights Movement and the accompanied voting registration drives in the Jim Crow South would have been impossible without the Black people from those towns who hosted the out of town marchers in their homes and protected those same marchers with firearms against domestic terrorist attacks from [Ku Klux] Klan members and white mobs. While some of the current gun control laws were well intentioned and others weren’t, I don’t think that the current gun control law structure has had the desired effect of reducing gun violence.” – National African Americans Gun Association President Douglas Jefferson, quoted in Guns ‘key’ to African American equality: NAAGA

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