2 edition of What the citizen should know about our arms and weapons found in the catalog.
What the citizen should know about our arms and weapons
James E. Hicks
|Other titles||Our arms and weapons.|
|Statement||[by] James E. Hicks... Illustrations by André Jandôt.|
|Contributions||Jandot, Andre, illus.|
|LC Classifications||U880 .H5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||252|
|LC Control Number||41051944|
In , a million people marched in New York City protesting nuclear weapons and urging an end to the Cold War nuclear arms race. It was one of . “As time went on, we learned to arm ourselves in our different ways. Some of us with real guns, some of us with more ephemeral weapons, an idea or improbable plan or some sort of formulation about how best to move through the world. An idea that will let us be. Protect us and keep us safe. But a .
The US does not “allow” its citizens to own firearms. It is their Natural right, and the right is explicitly PROTECTED by the Second Amendment to the US Constitution. Even if the Second Amendment were somehow repealed, the RIGHT would still exist. One fact few gun opponents seem to know: Assault weapons don't exist. There are assault rifles, but the broader category of weapons that were banned in and legalized in are a political.
The Citizen brings you breaking news, current affairs, celebrity and entertainment news, as well as sport news throughout the day. More news. Your way. A weapon, arm or armament is any implement or device that can be used with intent to inflict damage or harm. Weapons are used to increase the efficacy and efficiency of activities such as hunting, crime, law enforcement, self-defense, and broader context, weapons may be construed to include anything used to gain a tactical, strategic, material or mental advantage over an adversary.
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This volume was originally meant to bring comfort and understanding to the average citizen. Thorough in its scope, What the Citizen Should Know About Our Arms and Weapons covers such weapons as: • Pistols and revolvers • Muskets • Grenades and mortars • Field artillery • Antiaircraft artillery • And much /5(2).
This volume was originally meant to bring comfort and understanding to the average citizen. Thorough in its scope, What the Citizen Should Know About Our Arms and Weapons covers such weapons as: Pistols and revolvers Muskets Grenades and mortars Field artillery Antiaircraft artillery And much Released on: J Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for What the Citizen Should Know About Our Arms and Weapons: A Guide to Weapons from the s at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5.
What the citizen should know about our arms and weapons. New York, W.W. Norton What the citizen should know about our arms and weapons book Co. [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James E Hicks; Andre Jandot.
Cover title: Our arms & weapons. Same as his What the citizen should know about our arms and weapons. Description: pages illustrations, diagrams: Other Titles: Our arms and weapons. What the citizen should know about our arms and weapons: Responsibility: [by] James E.
Hicks. Illustrations by. If You Don’t Own Military-Grade Weapons, You’re Failing As A Citizen arms suitable for ownership by American citizens. We know this because each and every single one of Author: Bob Owens.
Our government officials represent the PEOPLE, and as long as they represent us, they will never turn against us. The current 2nd amendment debate in the US is whether or not the PEOPLE should have access to small arms such as assault rifles.
I think that they absolutely should, because they offer a level of force which is fitting for civilian use. Gun Facts is a free e-book that debunks common myths about gun control. It is intended as a reference guide for journalists, activists, politicians, and other people interested in restoring honesty to the debate about guns, crime, and the 2nd Amendment.
Gun Facts has pages of information. If the armed citizen wants to have a fighting chance against criminals who are armed with high capacity rifles and pistols, they also need effective weaponry.
Just like the police did back in the s and today. When might an armed citizen be attacked under circumstances in which a modern semi-automatic. Photo Credit: Braden Gunem via Compfight cc We rely on cops to keep us safe. But sometimes the police themselves are the danger — to your rights.
Whether you actually committed a crime, or you’re dealing with a federal officer on a power trip, here’s a list of 30 things you should know about your rights when dealing with cops. THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF WEAPONS (from the dust-jacket end-flaps) In The Archaeology of Weapons, Ewart Oakeshott, an authority on medieval arms in Europe, presents a full, accurate, and readable account of the development and use of arms from the Bronze Age to the Age of argument is based upon evidence of arms found in excavations, tombs, rivers and the ground, as well as in.
We may think we are reasoning but almost always we are rationalizing what our emotion wants us to do. The perception of personal power and worth are by definition psychological. To set the stage for a review of this book, let me tell you about my own psychology regarding weapons and power/5.
That a citizen should have the right to have a gun. Pistol - a short firearm intended to be held and fired with one hand. Gun - any portable firearm, as a rifle, revolver, etc.(a weapon comprising a metallic tube, with its stock or carriage and attachments, from which heavy missiles are thrown by the force of an explosive; a piece of ordnance.).
What firearm suppressors are, what they aren't, why they are restricted in the US, and why they shouldn't be. Table of Contents: Introduction - Thompsons and Prohibition. Folks that are so inclined and have lead a criminal free life can legally obtain a concealed weapons carry permit.
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– Additional Information on Citizens Owning Firearms. Not everyone should own. The government should never be armed better than the citizens. An absolute prevention of tyranny is if you can't outgun those that are ruled. In the 18th century it made sense everybody could buy firearms, cannon and warships if they had the money to spend.
In the 21st century not so much. Citizen Arms is owned and operated by a God-fearing veteran who has been saved by Christ and is guided by faith. All products are proudly made in the USA. Psalm R E L I A B L E -A C C U R A T E -P R A C T I C A L. Citizen Arms Custom ARs. Arms Through the Ages: Military Arms in the Hands of Citizens Throughout history, military weapons in the hands of the civilian populace have represented the high water mark of a free society.
“Then the English archers stepped forward one pace and let fly their arrows so wholly and so thick, that it seemed snow—the sharp arrows ran into the. The Founders believed that citizens should be able to own every weapon the military could possess, with only their personal financial condition being an impediment to : Bob Owens.
12 Reasons Why You Should Own a Gun Because You Own a Fire Extinguisher. Bad things happen. You can still callbut when seconds count, you need to act quickly to save your life and the life of those you love. Because Shooting Is An Olympic Sport. Shooting is an Olympic sport and the United States holds more gold medals than any other nation.
Because Many Americans Own Guns. Youll be. Along with the public's right to know, there is the public's right not to know. The public has a right, through electing a government, to have some information kept from them and from our Author: Alex Kingsbury.
It’s unclear if Hitler spoke those exact words, but he did express the sentiment. A variation of the quote often reads, “To conquer a nation, one must first disarm its citizens.” A Newsday op-ed entitled, “Misinformation: Did Hitler say “one must first disarm citizens” to control a nation?” sought to dispel rumors that the quote originated from Hitler, offering its absence.
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