Monthly Archives: October 2015

CHANGE IN RULES FOR FIREARM SOUND SUPPRESSORS POSSIBLE?

According to a news release, Representative Matt Salmon, Republican, Arizona, introduced on October 22 a bill to be known as the Hearing Protection Act, which would remove firearm suppressors from National Firearms Act oversight. Currently suppressors are classified as NFA … Continue reading

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Alabama State Snapper reporting Numbers Half What NOAA Claims!

This is a press release from the Alabama Marine Resources Division, showing that believable red snapper catch records gathered by that state amount to HALF what NOAA claims Alabama anglers landed. If you don’t know, the numbers NOAA uses consistently … Continue reading

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Building A Back-up/Hideout Gun

Back in the late 1970’s I bought a really nice little Belgian Browning semi-auto pistol chambered for .380 ACP from a retired police officer who didn’t think he’d need a “back-up” gun as much in his new life as an … Continue reading

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Flower Gradens Exhibit at Angleton Library

Reef on the Road in Angleton About this time last year, the sanctuary premiered its new traveling exhibit, Reef on the Road. Following the premiere, the exhibit went to its first host site in the Aquarium at Moody Gardens. In … Continue reading

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SAN BERNARD RIVER UPDATE TO BEGIN OCTOBER

This is an update on the efforts to solve the problem of the San Bernard River Gulf outlet sanding closed, sent to us by Roy and Jan Edwards, good friends and advocates for the river. Regards – Roy and Jan … Continue reading

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