Emailing companies to get them to change their policies never works. Right?

Well, maybe, maybe not. A recent Facebook post seen by yours truly sent me off on a little adventure. It seems Gearhog.com was advertising Thermold 30-round magazines on behalf of Tactical Eagle. Unfortunately, Gearhog's ad came with


The Miamisburg Sportsmen's Club has passed a unanimous resolution opposing any new restrictions on law-abiding gun owners. The resolution also states that any infringement promoted by elected officials will be regarded as a violation of their oath of office and a hostile action against their constituents.

"Over the past few months, politicians and media outlets have claimed that a majority of firearm owners favor new gun control," said Mike Kinsey, Trustee of the Miamisburg Sportsmen's Club. "With this unanimous resolution, we show our elected officials that this certainly is not the case."

               On January 31, 2013, the Ohio First District Court of Appeals issued a decision in State of Ohio v. Woodrow W. Edwards, III, which has been reported by Cincinnati.com as deciding that the Castle Doctrine does not apply if a person is not in a car which he owns. The decision is more complex than the reportage suggests, something which is not really unexpected or unusual considering the press’ lack of understanding of the law and how it works.

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