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Seven Mile Tom

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  1. Apparently this is being considered again by the current administration.  To be ratified it only has to pass the Senate.  Here are a few things in this treaty.

    Remember, the goal of the UN’s “Small Arms Treaty” is to impose radical gun control like:

    *** Mandated national “screening” for those seeking to own guns, giving bureaucrats the final say on whether or not you’re “competent” enough to own a firearm;

    *** Restrictive licensing for gun and ammo sales, and even bans on certain types of firearms. This could include anything from semi-auto rifles to shotguns and handguns;

    *** Restrictions on the number of guns and amount of ammo any “properly-licensed” individual may legally own;

    *** Bans on magazines holding more than ten rounds; and

    *** Bans on owning a firearm for self-defense -- unless you jump through the endless bureaucrat hurdles.

    So be sure to contact your Senator if this gains traction.

  2. Been using it for years. Before storing my guns I wipe them down with it. Does a great job of preventing rust. Not really good at removing rust.

     

  3. Jack Lee Beeson

    JUNE 11, 1954  FEBRUARY 24, 2021
    Obituary of Jack Lee Beeson

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    Jack L. Beeson passed away unexpectedly on February 24, 2021, at the age of 66. He was born on June 11, 1954, in Richmond, IN to the late Robert L. and Dorothy L. (Cones) Beeson. He was a 1973 graduate of Fairmont West High School.

    Jack is survived by his wife of over 40 years, Christina M. (Sudhoff), and their three girls Jacqueline (Nicholas) McGuire, Jamie (Christopher) Hepfer, and Katherine (Cody) Hogle as well as their precious grandchildren Abigail McGuire and Samantha and David Hepfer. Jack was eagerly awaiting the arrival of two grandchildren to be born later this year. Jack is also survived by his brothers Richard (Janice), James (Kelly) and Mark (Ann) Beeson, and brother Charles Paris, as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins. In addition to his parents, Jack was preceded in death by his sister Karen (Beeson) Paris.

    Jack was a lifelong lover of cars and was a master grease monkey by trade. In his younger days, he would spend his time racing cars with the Sports Car Club of America. Jack was also an avid shooter and his passion was Cowboy Action Shooting. He was a top-notch competitor and truly embodied the “Spirit of the Game”. Blackjack was a member of SASS and the Big Iron Rangers of Middletown, OH. He loved to travel across the country to attend the cowboy shooting events with his cowboy family.

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