On July 6th EveryDay Preppers heads back to Peanut Capital of the South for the largest Gun & Knife show in the area put on by Collectors & Shooters Company (AKA: CASC) in Dothan, Alabama.
CASC normally does four shows a year in the Dothan Area, generally one a quarter in the area featuring different vendors from all over the South each time. I say this because due to the nature of the gun show world, not all the same vendors are available each and every time for those date
Affective immediately Kentucky residents aged 21 and older can begin carrying concealed firearms today without a permit anywhere in the state of Kentucky baring only a few locations i.e. Jails, court houses and a few other locations spelled out below. The law, SB 150 signed by Gov. Matt Bevin in March, went into effect June 27 and removes the permit requirement for concealed carry, eliminating the previously required six-hour gun safety course, background check, and $60 appli
EveryDay Preppers USA is honored to be invited to participate in the annual Jammin In June Event held at T-Town Harley which is Alabama newest Harley Davidson dealership which opened in 2016. Since then, T-Town Harley has been hosting events, one being their Jammin In June Event to Kick Off Summer.
Jammin' In June Bike Night at T-Town Harley-Davidson is Saturday, June 22, from 6-9PM! They'll have live music by The Doc Johnson Band, FREE food & beverages, door prizes, vendor
June 18, 2019: The Supreme Court of the United States denied Plaintiff’s petition for a Writ of Certiorari, ending eight years of Knife Rights’ federal civil rights litigation against New York City and District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr. The Court’s denial would be more disappointing had the strong possibility of being granted Cert not been a major factor pushing Governor Cuomo to sign A5944 just a couple weeks earlier, repealing the state’s gravity knife ban.
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Alabama Power is closing 40 businesses offices around the state, including two in Walker County, Alabama this Summer.
This seems to be a trend statewide that has been in the works for some time as our economy seems to going to online bill pay for everything as more and more offices close for business to go towards online bill pay. Business state it helps them save on staffing but the reality is that they are not showing loyalty to their staff! This is also another way to c
As the average gas prices continue to fall across the United States, experts state that some Americans may be paying less than $2 per gallon to fill up this summer. According to AAA, the current national gas average is $2.81 per gallon, which is two cents cheaper than last week, eight cents less than last month and 13 cents less than last year. Motorists across the country are saving as much as 23 cents per gallon as compared to last month.
We have personally seen much che
Nine years of hard work and effort, including eight years of costly Federal litigation and the threat of losing big time at the U.S. Supreme Court (see below), has finally convinced New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to sign A5944, repealing the state’s bans on Gravity Knives. Cuomo previously vetoed two similar bills which Knife Rights Director of Legislative Affairs, Todd Rathner, also worked on tirelessly in Albany. Although the bill leaves the definition of a gravity knife in