Dec 172014
Our Wyakin Warriors: Since its inception in 2011, 33 veterans have become Wyakin Warriors.

Our Wyakin Warriors: Since its inception in 2011, 33 veterans have become Wyakin Warriors.

The 3rd Annual Wyakin Warriors Guardian Ball, held at the Boise Centre on the Grove, was another success. Hundreds of local citizens and veterans attended the black-tie affair to honor our wounded veterans and to raise money for the worthwhile program.

The event raised enough money to put another local wounded military veteran through the Wyakin Warriors program that provides education, leadership training, job training and job placement. The four-year program costs $30,000. Seven new Wyakin Warriors were inducted as the highlight of the evening.

Alex and Amy, of Patriot Pawn & Gun in Star, Meridian and Homedale, attended the ball and donated a “Hunter’s Package” that included a Remington hunting rifle. The live-auction package raised $1,000 for the Wyakin Warriors thanks to a generous donation by the Yarnall’s (owners of four Dutch Bros. franchise locations in the Treasure Valley).

Please consider attending and supporting this worthwhile cause. You can find out more information about Wyakin Warriors here:

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Dec 112014
Gun Rights Advocate, Dick Heller of DC vs. Heller Supreme Court Case, pictured with Alex and Ashley of Patriot Pawn & Gun.

Gun Rights Advocate, Dick Heller of DC vs. Heller Supreme Court Case, pictured with Alex and Ashley of Patriot Pawn & Gun.

Support for gun rights is higher than it’s been in decades, according to the latest data from the Pew Research Center that signals a stunning turnaround in how Americans feel about the issue just two years after the Newtown school shooting.

The data shows a surge in support for gun rights as the vast majority of Americans view legal gun ownership as an important part of public safety.

Record gun sales seem to demonstrate that popular sentiment.

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 Posted by at 9:30 am
Dec 202013
Armed response stops gunman 80 seconds into school assault, saves lives.

Armed response stops gunman 80 seconds into school assault, saves lives.

NRA-ILA, December 20, 2013

Back in March, we reported on Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper (D) signing into law the most sweeping anti-gun legislation in the history of the Centennial State, despite overwhelming opposition to the legislation.  The new law bans magazines with a capacity of greater than 15 rounds, imposes a “gun tax” for a background check when purchasing a firearm, and criminalizes the private transfer of a firearm, among other things.  The anti-gunners claimed these measures would keep guns out of the hands of bad guys.

Last week’s tragic shooting at Arapahoe High School in Centennial, Colorado, left one student in critical condition.  The perpetrator, a senior at the school, was reported to have randomly shot 17-year-old Claire Davis as she sat innocently in the hallway.  As bad as that was, things could have been much worse.

Information released this week indicates that the perpetrator was planning a much larger attack and was armed with a shotgun, about 125 rounds of ammunition, three Molotov cocktails and a machete.

According to a CNN story, Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson said of the shooter, “His intent was evil, and his evil intent was to harm multiple individuals.”

On his arm, the perpetrator had written in indelible ink five classroom numbers and a phrase in Latin that translates to “the die has been cast,” according to the sheriff’s office.

But as reported in the Washington Times, the attacker’s mission was stopped short by the quick response of an armed deputy sheriff who was working as a resource officer at the school.  Upon learning of the threat, the deputy ran from the cafeteria to the library, yelling for people to get down and identifying himself as a deputy sheriff.  The horrific incident lasted only a total of 80 seconds and ended with the shooter turning his gun on himself in the library as the deputy was closing in on him.

“We know for a fact that the shooter knew that the deputy was in the immediate area and, while the deputy was containing the shooter, the shooter took his own life,” Sheriff Robinson said.  Robinson said the deputy’s response was “a critical element to the shooter’s decision” to kill himself.

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 Posted by at 8:05 pm
Dec 132013

The Right to Bear Arms is really a Women’s Rights Issue, the right to self-defense.

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Mar 222013

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Jan 192012

We want to be your source for Firearm Transfers / Gun Transfers.

We are location in Star, Idaho and we will receive your incoming Firearm Transfer for $20 per Firearm received. For Outgoing/Sending Transfers we will quote you a price based on zip code, weight and size of Firearm and packaging and shipping cost.


Here’s how the process works: If you are ordering a gun / firearm on the internet, our FFL (Federal Firearm’s License) information may already be registered with the site or online store. If not, please contact us via phone or email and give us the contact information for the FFL Licensed Gun Dealer you are receiving the Firearm from, their email address, your name and phone number and your order number. We will send a file copy of our FFL License via email to the sending FFL Dealer. We will remind them to include a file copy of their FFL License with your order and we will ask them to include your name and phone number so we know who to contact when the gun / firearm arrives.

For outgoing FFL Transfers, please give us the contact information of the FFL Dealer you are sending the gun / firearm to. We will require them to send us a file copy of their FFL License (which will include their ship to address) and we will include a file copy of our FFL License in the shipment to them. We only transfer / ship to FFL Licensed Dealers. Please contact us first to receive a quote for your outgoing/sending transfer. Cost factors include the zip code, the size and weight of the shipment and the packaging. Typically, outgoing/sending transfers of a handgun range from $60.00 to $70.00 including packaging and shipping. Typically, outgoing/sending transfers of long guns range from $80.00 to $100.00 including packaging and shipping. Again, please contact us for a custom quote as prices on outgoing/sending transfers do vary.

If you are receiving a gun /firearm and using us for the Transfer, you will have to go through the normal Transfer process to legally receive the gun /firearm. You will be required to fill out a Form 4473 and present a government issued picture identification with your current address on it. If your identification doesn’t have your current physical address, you will be required to submit a secondary form of government issued document that includes your current physical address. The most popular secondary forms of identification that the Government accepts are a state issued vehicle registration or Idaho Fish and Game license.

If you have a current Idaho Concealed Weapon’s License, you are not required to be called into the FBI NICS background check and once you complete the Form 4473 properly, assuming proper photo identification and proof of address, you can leave with your gun / firearm.

For those who don’t have the Idaho CWL, we are required to call into the FBI NICS offices and within a few minutes they will either allow the transaction to proceed, they will delay it or they will deny the Transfer. A vast majority of the time, if the paperwork is in order and your background is clear, the Transfer process is smooth and takes about 10-15 minutes total.

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