Seattle’s Proposed Gun & Ammo Tax – This Week on GUNTALK Radio

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Mandeville, LA -( It’s the latest gun tax measure, a new IWB holster, tips from a top trainer, and more this week on Tom Gresham’s GUNTALK Radio, the original nationally-syndicated radio talk show about guns and the shooting sports.

Journalist Dave Workman stops by GUNTALK this Sunday to discuss the latest anti-gun proposal out of the state of Washington. The Seattle City Council will vote on establishing a tax of $25 on every firearm purchased, and a nickel per round of ammo purchased, for all Seattle retailers, on Monday, August 10th. Find out more at

Tyler Botts, Marketing Director for Alien Gear Holsters, drops in to introduce their newest IWB holster, the ‘Cloak Tuck’ 3.0. “This new holster improves on the original design with enhanced retention, a spring-steel core and ballistic nylon padding for added comfort,” says Botts. Find out more at

Also on this Sunday, top trainer Tiger McKee, owner of Shootrite Firearms Academy. McKee will offer up some training tips, including what to do when fighting with multiple assailants. Train with Tiger by finding a class here: and buy his DVD and book here:

Don’t forget to enter to win with Ruger! During the month of August, sign up for a chance to win the Ruger Precision Rifle, a “highly configurable, in-line recoil path, bolt-action rifle, available in .308 Win., 6.5 Creedmoor and .243 Win.”

Find out more at, and enter at through August 28th, 2015.


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Clark Kent

LibertyRick: You are delusional if you believe there is a ‘Republican’ side of Seattle. That is like claiming there is a ‘Republican’ side of the ACLU. By the way, for the sake of accuracy, the city council proposed the law in question, not the mayor. THINK before you post…….


Being a resident of the Republican side of Seattle (Lake Washington separating us from the communists in Seattle), I can tell you that this will be found unconstitutional under our state constitution. Washington state constitution prohibits any subordinate govt. from passing and enforcing any law that is more restrictive than the state laws and since this would only apply to Seattle residents it will be held to be illegal under state law. Just another example of a homosexual socialist mayor with an agenda of dysfunctional libertird utopian fantasies.