Post Election Day – November 4th, Planned Events

Left plans for rioting and attacking American institutions and life unless and until Joe Biden is installed as president.

Trump Resistance Plans ‘Mass Mobilization’ After Election To Shut Down The Country If Biden Doesn’t Win

Shut Down DC’s ‘Strategic framework for action following the 2020 election’ sketches out their plans for rioting and attacking American institutions and life unless and until Joe Biden is installed as president.

Concealed Carry Class : Sunday, Oct. 18th at GANDER Outdoors – Bartow

In-Gauge of Polk County does more than conduct concealed carry classes. In-Gauge trains you to defend your life and the lives of your loved ones.

Cost: $30 All materials provided.

No other training or class is required in order to apply for a Florida concealed carry weapons / firearms license.

Nothing has been cut or abbreviated from this class. Range, live-fire, handgun performance evaluation included as part of this class.

Our current October and November class schedule can be viewed at: https://ingaugeofpolkcounty.com/register-for-a-class/

In-Gauge of Polk County’s only business is conducting firearms safety training.  In-Gauge of Polk County is a local, non-profit organization that conducts training that prepares you to defend your life and the lives of your loved ones. 

Do Not Be Misled By An Insurance Sales Seminar Disguised As A Concealed Carry Class

  • In-Gauge of Polk County conducts authentic concealed carry and unequaled official NRA firearms training classes.
  • In-Gauge of Polk County never conducts classes in rented hotel rooms.
  • All In-Gauge of Polk County’s concealed carry classes and firearms training use REAL defensive caliber firearms and ammunition.
  • All In-Gauge of Polk County’s firearms training and concealed carry classes meet and exceed the State of Florida’s training requirement for applying for a Florida concealed carry weapons license.
  • Concealed carry training conducted in a hotel is not recognized for as firearms training.

For complete class information and to register for a class, go to: Register For A Class

FREE class offer for those who already registered for a hotel conducted class – Click on the following link to get our FREE offer . . . . . https://ingaugeofpolkcounty.com/2020/10/05/free-concealed-carry-class-offer-for-those-who-registered-to-attend-a-hotel-conducted-ccw-class/

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The McCloskeys indicted on weapons tampering charges – St. Louis, Missouri

The McCloskeys contend the protest was hardly peaceful.

A grand jury on Tuesday indicted the St. Louis couple who displayed guns while hundreds of racial injustice protesters marched on their private street.

Mark and Patricia McCloskey appeared in court Tuesday morning. After the hearing, Mark McCloskey spoke to media and expressed their frustration over the news that the trespassers involved in their case were not charged.

The McCloskeys contend the protest was hardly peaceful. They say protesters came onto the private street after knocking over an iron gate and ignoring a “No Trespassing” sign, and said they felt threatened.

Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the St. Louis couple who waved guns at protesters, indicted on weapons, tampering charges

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2020/07/20/st-louis-couple-facing-felony-charges-waving-guns-protestors/5476382002/

Is the Right to Armed Self-Defense Obsolete?

The Right to Armed Self-Defense in the Light of Law Enforcement Abdication

DAVID BERNSTEIN – Oct. 5, 2020

This article defends the position that the right of armed self-defense remains important today, in particular in light of the civil unrest of the Summer of 2020. The article proceeds in three parts. The first part will summarize arguments from various prominent commentators that the right to self-defense with firearms is anachronistic in the contemporary United States. These critics argue that Americans can and should rely solely on their local professional police force to protect them.

The second part of the article will focus on how this argument has been undermined by recent events. This part documents in great detail the failures of law enforcement in reaction to looting, rioting, and other forms of illegal behavior that threatened the well-being of the public. First, many police departments received implicit or explicit orders from their political supervisors to “stand down.” Second, in many instances, the police themselves were unwilling or unable to combat lawless behavior. If police consistently fail to enforce law and order, the argument against the individual right to bear arms for self-defense purposes significantly weakens.

Finally, the last part of the article will discuss examples of individuals and groups of citizens using firearms in self-defense during the recent unrest in the absence of effective law enforcement. Some of these episodes are open to criticism, whether on the grounds that one believes that it’s never worth using or even threatening to use deadly force to defend property, or because the line between justified self-defense and unjustified vigilantism is not always a clear one. Nevertheless, if law enforcement is unwilling or unable to preserve basic law and order, it’s both inevitable that citizens will try to fill the breach, and desirable that law-abiding individuals should be given the means to do so.

DAVID BERNSTEIN is the University Professor and the Executive Director of the Liberty & Law Center at the Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University.

A Word of Advice from Sheriff Grady Judd

Sheriff Judd recommends people learn the proper way to handle a firearm , , ,

Bill Kemp, The Ledger
September 27, 2020

How to prevent becoming a victim

Sheriff Judd recommends people learn the proper way to handle a firearm and then obtain a concealed carry permit to protect themselves.

“If you are dedicated to learning how to handle a firearm and you recognize a mistake with a firearm can be a fatal mistake, you should get your carry permit and always carry a firearm to protect yourself, your loved ones and your home,”

Judd said. “But you have to know how to handle it and shoot it. If they are disciplined, it is certainly a safety tool that will keep them alive in a bad situation.”

The Ledger, September 27, 2020

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A Word of Advice from Sheriff Grady Judd

Sheriff Judd recommends people learn the proper way to handle a firearm and then obtain a concealed carry permit to protect themselves.

Bill Kemp, The Ledger
September 27, 2020

How to prevent becoming a victim

Sheriff Judd recommends people learn the proper way to handle a firearm and then obtain a concealed carry permit to protect themselves.

“If you are dedicated to learning how to handle a firearm and you recognize a mistake with a firearm can be a fatal mistake, you should get your carry permit and always carry a firearm to protect yourself, your loved ones and your home,”

Judd said. “But you have to know how to handle it and shoot it. If they are disciplined, it is certainly a safety tool that will keep them alive in a bad situation.”

The Ledger, September 27, 2020

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Concealed Carry Class : Sunday, October 4th At Gander Outdoors – Bartow

In-Gauge of Polk County prepares you to defend your life and the lives of your loved ones.

In-Gauge of Polk County is currently accepting registrations for October classes. Classes conducted both weekends and weekends. Private classes available.

Our current class schedule can be viewed at: https://ingaugeofpolkcounty.com/register-for-a-class/

In-Gauge of Polk County’s only business is conducting firearms safety training.  In-Gauge of Polk County is a local, non-profit organization that conducts training that prepares you to defend your life and the lives of your loved ones. 

Go Gander!

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A Word of Advice from Sheriff Grady Judd

Sheriff Judd recommends people learn the proper way to handle a firearm . . .

Bill Kemp, The Ledger
September 27, 2020

How to prevent becoming a victim

Sheriff Judd recommends people learn the proper way to handle a firearm and then obtain a concealed carry permit to protect themselves.

“If you are dedicated to learning how to handle a firearm and you recognize a mistake with a firearm can be a fatal mistake, you should get your carry permit and always carry a firearm to protect yourself, your loved ones and your home,”

Judd said. “But you have to know how to handle it and shoot it. If they are disciplined, it is certainly a safety tool that will keep them alive in a bad situation.”

The Ledger, September 27, 2020

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