Constitutional Carry in Idaho | SOTG 957


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How did Idaho get Constitutional Carry passed? We have a very special interview with ID House Rep. Christy Zito, the woman largely responsible for the passage of Constitutional Carry in that state.

During our Brownells Bullet Points, Paul considered drum magazines, their pros and cons. What is available to the modern shooter? What is new from MagPul?

For this week’s SOTG Homeroom from Crossbreed Holsters, we once more consider the importance of being dangerous on demand. A woman was attacked in Washington State by a felon released early using the Kung Flu excuse. Once more, the state has no interest in protecting the citizen.

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A convicted felon released early from prison because of COVID-19 concerns is back behind bars, accused in a terrifying attack on a woman in Everett, Washington.

The victim, a woman in her 60s, was taking a break from hiking on a trail Friday when police say 33-year-old Matthew Cory came up from behind her and started choking her.

The interurban trail in Everett is a popular place for people to get outside for some fresh air.

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