Wisconsin is one of two states with no form of concealed carry permit.
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Giuliani faces tough crowd at NRA conference
Members worry about GOP candidate’s track record as New York mayor
Rudy in DC:
Most members of the gun lobby who attended Friday’s “A Celebration of American Values” conference said they were encouraged by Giuliani’s appearance and what he said about support for gun rights. But most also said they were concerned about his track record supporting gun control as mayor of New York City, and favored other candidates in the Republican presidential primary.
Giuliani may end up being the Republican party’s choice, but he’s not the ideal pro-gun rights candidate by a long shot. He’s saying the right things now, but his history speaks differently.
Has he decided to change positions to win more support? It’s possible, of course, but it’s going to take a lot of convincing.
A five month dust chamber test comparing the standard M4 carbine to three piston-driven challengers will begin in December. The outcome of this test could have long-term ramifications for the AR industry.
See more at Murdoc Online.
Sgt. Kerry Williams, squad leader, monitors the progress of his squad as they assault up to an enemy position during a live-fire range. Marines from Battalion Landing Team 1st Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, spent three days in the field perfecting small unit leadership through various exercises. Marines practiced leading squads and fire teams on patrols, taking enemy fire, closing with their foe and using their fire power to win the battle at Fort Pickett, Va., Sept. 16-18. Infantry units focus on a decentralized leadership style that allows them to be more agile on the battlefield. Photo by: Cpl. Randall A. Clinton
Note the M4 carbine. The Marines are shifting away from 9mm pistols.