The Rossi 92 lever-action rifle, Captain Phillips, and the DHS

I frequent a couple of gun boards.  On those boards, there’ve been some folks asking about lever-action rifles in .357 Magnum.  I would like to make a case for the Rossi Model 92 for your consideration.  It’s Rossi’s copy of the classic Winchester 92 design.  It’s one of the more popular rifles on the Cowboy Action Shooting circuit, and for good reason.

Also, I saw the new movie, “Captain Phillips”, just last week.  It actually relates pretty strongly to the Right to Keep and Bear Arms.  It also kinda dovetails into something recently put out by the Dept. of Homeland Security and the Dept. of Justice, something that, as a Liberal, gives me some pause for concern.

Finally, we hear from a man named Mr. Henson Ong, an American Citizen who emigrated here some time ago (I think from China).  He is, in his words, “American by choice.”  Old-school Liberalism at its finest.

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