Early Americans brought their arms to church

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Early Americans brought their arms to church

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Hello,
Early Americans had to bring their guns to church.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/gunculture ... erica/amp/

https://digitalcommons.liberty.edu/cgi/ ... law_review

I wonder which president would be in closet agreement with this:
1. Biden
2. Obama
3. Trump
4. Bush
5. Washington
6. Adams
Also, wonder for Constitutional Carry.
Look at the progress we have made. :mad5

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Really an excellent article.

As an art lover, I have posted this picture on Facebook, so many of my liberal artist friends can see it and marvel at the composition and how the dark figures contrast with the white snow allowing us to see with keen detail their distinct profiles.

Thank you for posting, something we have really forgotten.

Although with the daily occurrences in Houston, I’m really not far away from wanting to carry the modern equivalent with me when I venture out.
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EP45 wrote: Wed Jul 21, 2021 7:59 pm Hello,
Early Americans had to bring their guns to church.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/gunculture ... erica/amp/

https://digitalcommons.liberty.edu/cgi/ ... law_review

I wonder which president would be in closet agreement with this:
1. Biden
2. Obama
3. Trump
4. Bush
5. Washington
6. Adams
Also, wonder for Constitutional Carry.
Look at the progress we have made. :mad5
Which Adams?
O. Lee James, III Captain, US Army (Retired 2012), Honorable Order of St. Barbara
2/19FA, 1st Cavalry Division 73-78; 56FA BDE (Pershing) 78-81
NRA, NRA Basic Pistol Shooting Instructor, Rangemaster Certified, GOA, TSRA, NAR L1

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Re: Early Americans brought their arms to church

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oljames3 wrote: Wed Jul 21, 2021 9:05 pm
EP45 wrote: Wed Jul 21, 2021 7:59 pm Hello,
Early Americans had to bring their guns to church.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/gunculture ... erica/amp/

https://digitalcommons.liberty.edu/cgi/ ... law_review

I wonder which president would be in closet agreement with this:
1. Biden
2. Obama
3. Trump
4. Bush
5. Washington
6. Adams
Also, wonder for Constitutional Carry.
Look at the progress we have made. :mad5
Which Adams?
Why not both, same for Bushes. Do you think either pair would be that different?
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John and John Quincy were often at odds. The Bushes seemed to be more on the same page. Of the four, I'll go with John the Elder being the closest to the Constitution.
O. Lee James, III Captain, US Army (Retired 2012), Honorable Order of St. Barbara
2/19FA, 1st Cavalry Division 73-78; 56FA BDE (Pershing) 78-81
NRA, NRA Basic Pistol Shooting Instructor, Rangemaster Certified, GOA, TSRA, NAR L1
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