The NSSF does a good job at breaking down the 90% gun myth perpetuated by the administration.
Courtesy of Andrew at Vuurwapen Blog
Armed with a belt fed Browning 1919 machine gun mounted on an authentic World War II half track, shooters blast their way through an explosive individual challenge.
While the word “hero” may hold a different meaning to many, I think we all can agree that Sergeant Ed Eaton demonstrated immense courage and heroism the night his helicopter got shot down during the Vietnam war. At only nineteen years old, Ed single handedly fought off two separate groups of Viet Cong with nothing more than a broken sniper rifle and the cover of the night – an act that not only saved his own life, but the life of his fellow comrade in arms.
For more stories like Ed’s visit the NRA LOD Patriot Profiles channel sponsored by Smith & Wesson at: http://www.nralifeofduty.tv/#/patriotprofiles