gotta give it to them for adapting to conditions -------------go kentucky gun ! --
never trust a lawyer or a automatic pistol------john Dillinger
Got to do something to stay in business and support the public.
Shut up and reload!
Adapt and overcome.
I like his response to the folks asking why they are staying open.
Sounds good......looks like they are on the ball.
a.k.a. Higgy Baby
Good company. I bought a Ruger PCC from them online a year or so ago. Wish I had a shop like that close to me.
Look folks, this isn't purely a benevolent action. They are a business and they're trying to provide products and services to customers AND paychecks to employees. As long as they can still sell and/or ship items, they'll remain open.
PT1911 - 45ACP, Pietta 1873 SAA - 45LC, PT709SS slim, Heritage RR 6.5" 22LR/Mag dual cylinders
1939 Tula 91/30 Nugget, Evil Copper and Black Rifle, Savage B-Mag in 17WSM
Mossberg 535 12ga
GPS Coordinates to lake where they all reside. Always wear your life vests kids. Boating accidents DO happen.
Gotta be careful how you interpret the title - many folk have driven through the storefront window of gun stores to steal the guns
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"To own firearms is to affirm that freedom is not a gift from government...As the Founding Fathers knew well, a government that does not trust its honest, law-abiding, taxpaying citizens with the means of self-defense is not itself worthy of trust."
The possession of arms by the people is the ultimate warrant that government governs only with the consent of the governed.
know the rules well, so you can break them effectively, go kentucky gun, fight...fight!!
Shouldn't be a fight at all. The KY emergency powers act specifically prohibits interference in the gun trade.