Lead In My Meat?!

Yep, if you hunt with lead ammunition, there’s a good likelihood that you are consuming lead. While, lead levels are typically low, and game meat consumption levels are also low, it may not be a ginormous concern for you, but for children and the elderly it can pose a significant enough risk. First off, I …

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The Scales of Justice

The personification of justice balancing the scales dates back to the ancient Egyptian goddess Maat. [1] Lady Justice is the embodiment of divine order, law, and custom. She is most often seen with a set of scales, upon which she measures the weight of a case’s evidence. Within the justice system, and philosophy in general, …

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Is it actually against the law to sell reloads or homemade guns?

Homemade ammunition (reloads) and homemade firearms are often misunderstood things. It’s been said many times but it is just a myth. Federal law does not prohibit private party sales, although it does regulate individuals and groups who engage in business of manufacturing and selling firearms and ammunition for livelihood and profit. Particularly if it’s in …

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So, what good is a CCW in AZ if we have Constitutional Carry?

Good question. Well, there are a few privileges that having a CCW affords you over just exercising Constitutional Carry rights. 1. Firstly, in regards to state law, the only exception granted to CCW holders is they are allowed to carry in places that serve liquor, provided that they don’t drink, the establishment has not prohibited …

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Knife laws in Arizona

Aren’t switchblades illegal? What’s the maximum blade length? “The only United States law regarding auto-open (automatic) knives is referred to as the Federal Switchblade Act, (U.S.C. Title 15 Chapter 29). The act regulates the manufacture and introducing of switchblades into interstate (crossing state lines) commerce.  It has NO application to individual consumers, or most merchants who sell knives.  It …

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