PART ONE THE PRETEXT FOR TRUMP’S CALL FOR A BAN ON BUMP STOCK DEVICES. Following the devastating, unconscionable attack by the maniac, Stephen Paddock, on innocent concertgoers, attending a concert in Las Vegas, Nevada, on the evening of October 1, […]Read More
THE SENATE HAS ONE WEEK REMAINING TO APPROVE HOUSE BILL ON CONCEALED HANDGUN CARRY RECIPROCITY AND SEND IT TO THE PRESIDENT.
IF THE BILL DIES, WHO IS TO BLAME? We were never so close to realizing the right of the American people to defend their lives and well-being with a firearm as we were with the passage of national concealed handgun […]Read More
The Arbalest Quarrel has been at the forefront in the call for national concealed handgun carry reciprocity legislation. Posting our first article on the subject in 2015, in our “Roadtrip with a Handgun” series, we have remained a strong proponent […]Read More
AS DEADLINE DRAWS NEAR, SUPPORTERS OF SECOND AMENDMENT DEMAND U.S. SENATE VOTE ON NATIONAL CONCEALED HANDGUN CARRY RECIPROCITY.
THE U.S. SENATE MUST ACT NOW! We have two weeks left before the Senate adjourns for the Christmas Holiday. If the Senate fails to act on national concealed handgun carry reciprocity within the next two weeks, any chance that this […]Read More
URGENT NOTICE TO ALL AMERICAN CITIZENS: NATIONAL “RIGHT TO CARRY” A HANDGUN FOR SELF-DEFENSE NEEDS YOUR HELP
The Arbalest Quarrel recently published an article, “Attention All Law Abiding Gun Owners: National Concealed Handgun Reciprocity is in Jeopardy.” And this wasn’t the first time we wrote specifically on this critical subject. In February 2018, almost ten months ago, we posted an […]Read More
Concealed handgun carry reciprocity is about to die. It is about to die through deliberate inaction or callous indifference of the U.S. Senate. But we have a small window of opportunity: 21 days left to achieve the goal that has […]Read More
PART THREE* “A closer look at the arguments on both sides often shows that they are reasoning from fundamentally different premises. These different premises—often implicit—are what provide the consistency behind the repeated opposition of individuals and groups on numerous, unrelated […]Read More
PART 2 “We don’t see things as they are. We see things as we are.” ~ Anaïs Nin, French-American diarist, essayist, novelist, February 21, 1903 – January 14, 1977 “The clash between the two visions is not over the actual […]Read More