Illinois CCW on the way .. SOON !!

It has been a long time coming but I just heard the news this morning and I quickly verified it with some sources online and it is my absolute pleasure to announce we will soon have concealed carry laws in all 50 United States
Today, Tuesday, December 11, 2012 the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals struck down Illinois’ ban on carrying concealed weapons

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AK47 Ammo in the USA 7.62×39

We take a look at collecting AK Ammunition in the U.S.
The history of the 7.62×39 round
What firearms sere designed to shoot it
The political and legal issues that affect it’s availability here in the U.S.

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Is Arizona REALLY racist ?

I was doing some work online and discovered that Arizona has a Death penalty

To be honest, I never really thought about it before, or if I had, I long forgot we had one.. it simply does not come up in conversation very often

However today I was questioned about it so I did some basic research online


We do have it, here is a little history going back to the old west when AZ was a young state:

History of the Death Penalty

Capital punishment has been a feature of the Arizona criminal justice system since 1865, when Dolores Moore became the first recorded execution in the federal territory that is now the state of Arizona. 108 executions were carried out in Arizona before the national moratorium on executions was imposed by the US Supreme Court in 1972.

Date of Reinstatement (following Furman v. Georgia): August 8, 1973

Executions were generally carried out by method of hanging until 1934, when the first execution by gas chamber was carried out in Arizona. Lethal injection became Arizona’s primary method of execution on November 15th of 1992, however those sentenced to death before that date may still elect lethal gas as their method of execution.

Currently Arizona has 125 Inmates in Death Row:
Ethnic Origin
2  - ASIAN
15 – BLACK
2  - OTHER

122 – Males
3      - Females

I can only assume these numbers don’t support the mainstream medias agenda, so this isn’t talked about too much


Now however you might feel about the state imposed death sentence, and aside from any specifics that might involve these 125 convicts..

In light of these numbers which line up approximately to the population  breakdown of the entire state, it hardly seems AZ is unfair to any one group specifically