The Great American Outdoor Show is my Mecca.
For many shooters, our choice ammo is often “what can we get the most bang for our buck?” This often means we are going for the lowest cost per round, and this will likely lead most of us to full metal jacket ammunition.
It’s called the “3Bs Indoor Shooting Range,” and the “Bs” stand for Bows Bullets and BBs. It offers just about anything any kind of shooter could be looking for. The spanking new facility, which was completed in September, is located just behind the plaza that holds the Pennsyltucky Grill.
POUGHKEEPSIE, NY — On a sunny spring day that could not have been more perfect, a crisp, light chill from the Hudson River blew across the faces of approximately 8,000 participants as they marched across the walkway over the Hudson beginning on the Poughkeepsie side.
Lots of facts and opinion are floating around the cyberwaves re guns, gun-control and the Second Amendment, following the recent mass shooting in Florida. Notice that the guns are called assault rifles or semi-automatics, but not weapons of mass destruction, even though the gunman killed 17 and seriously wounded others.
SHOHOLA, PA — Meeting on the day after the March 14, Enough! National School Walkout to protest gun violence, Delaware Valley (DV) officials said safety issues led administrators to oppose a demonstration at DV. Students instead were encouraged to put their grievances in writing to state and federal legislators.
It has recently been brought to my attention via a letter sent to my home that my daughter and her peers who participated in the Walkout of March 14 will be assigned detention, which we both knew would happen. I would like to share some thoughts.
HONESDALE, PA — Not even Nor’easter Skylar’s first flakes could keep people away from the March 12 Honesdale Borough Council meeting. A gallery of more than 40 turned out to protest a lawsuit filed by council candidate Juanita Pisano and council members Bob Jennings and James Brennan against Honesdale borough and its council.
ELDRED, NY — In the wake of the shooting of 17 high school students and staff in Parkland, FL, at least three student threats have been investigated in recent days by the New York State Police.
An Eldred student was charged on February 26 with making a terroristic threat.