Honeoye Falls, NY –(Ammoland.com)- It’s getting to be that time of year- the kids are back to school, shooting events are winding down, and the political signs are out in every yard.
One candidate that we will be behind is the Republican gubernatorial nominee in the Texas general election scheduled on November 4, 2014: Attorney General Greg Abbott.
We first met AG Abbott when we were looking at states to relocate ARFCOM, and as you all know, here we are.
Simply put, Greg Abbott believes the right to keep and bear arms was settled in 1791 when the 2nd Amendment was adopted to the U.S. Constitution…
In addition, he’s for putting an end to ObamaCare, protecting traditional values, combating federal government overreach in Texas, bringing human traffickers to justice, and much more.
It’s nice to have a nominee that you believe in rather than having to choose between the lesser of two evils.
If that’s not enough, the weather is still sunny and warm, the Cowboys are 2-1, and no matter how hard we try to eliminate them, there are still plenty of pigs around. Texas rules!
DON’T FORGET: We have our big annual member giveaway coming up next month. Bronze and higher level members are eligible, and the higher your membership level, the more chances you have to win. So if you’ve been debating joining, renewing, or upgrading, now would be a great time to do it…
Canton Trade Days
October 2-5 is the next Trade Days, and the ARFCOM store will be open, and featuring all the ARFCOM products and a lot of night vision equipment, representing most of the manufacturers of image intensifying and thermal gear.
The Gun Cleaners is no longer a part of the ARFCOM store so those of you with dirty guns, you’re gonna have to clean them yourselves…
With the cooler weather, many more folks will be making the trip to Canton, so enjoy the day, come out and see us, and bring the spouse.
Expect to see some REALLY exciting news here in the next AR15.COM NEWSLETTER!
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