Wednesday, March 14, 2012

The Endless Trip...

Finished the second day of filming with Joe Mantegna for Season 2 of GUN STORIES...went very very good. We're filming at the Autry National Center in LA...spectacular firearms collection! Gatling serial number 1, S.A.A. serial number S1, Wild Bill's Navy Colt, John Wesley Hardin's Colt, Billy the Kid's rifle, etc. Cool stuff behind the scenes, scheduled to go on exhibit in a year or so.

I also spent the morning at Independent Studio Services discussing future some neat stuff on the horizon for SG!

Bill introduced into Senate on national concealed carry reciprocity. Here's the NRA release:

Senate Bill 2188, an important self-defense bill that would enable millions of Right-to-Carry permit holders across the country to carry concealed firearms while traveling outside their home states, was introduced in the U.S. Senate today. S. 2188 is the companion legislation to H.R. 822, which passed the U.S. House of Representatives on November 16, 2011 by a majority bipartisan vote of 272 to 154.

 Here are the details from Shall Not Be Questioned. I support this big time!

Meanwhile, I'm sorta tired...

1 comment:

nj_larry said...

If you want to move the Reciprocity bill forward please consider writing your Senators today. The NRA has a very easy to use site for this purpose:

Remember to be polite and you don't have be long winded. Just get to the point, why the bill is important and ask for their support, and thank them. Its an election year folks! Every 2A voter should be pushing their reps. For sure the anti's are contacting your Senators !!

If you want some words to get started this is what I sent out, (feel free to modify):

Dear Senator, as a resident of XXX State, I am asking that you consider co-sponsoring the recently introduced bill S 2188 "National Right-to-Carry
Reciprocity Act of 2012." This bill is vital to ending the confusion and potential legal liability to the law abiding citizens of our state and this
nation. Multiple recent incidents illustrate how the lives of honest citizens can be ruined by the patchwork of state laws with regard to the carrying of firearms.

Your help would be appreciated in doing what Congress should be doing, improving the life of law abiding citizens. Please support this bill.