Help Those In Need From Hurricane Harvey @ Tactical MA This Weekend!!

Go2FirearmSafety donates $300 Tomahawk for Fundraiser, $5.00 Drawing to be held at Tactical Martial Arts in Atlanta, GA. This Weekend 9.2-9.3.2017. 100% of the proceeds go to helping those in need from Hurricane Harvey in Texas and Louisiana. Donation amounts and names will be announced next week. Continue reading “Help Those In Need From Hurricane Harvey @ Tactical MA This Weekend!!”

Message From Go2FirearmSafety

“Identifying a terrorist before an attack happens is one of the most difficult tasks we face in the FBI. We compare it to finding a needle in a stack of needles.” -FBI
Suspicious father tipped off authorities. A great example of behavioral profiling and preventing an Active Shooter Event left of bang (always be prepared).
Learn how to prevent and defend yourself against an Active Shooter. It could save your life and countless others.
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Thanks,
Tom Westcott
CEO
Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc.

Traveling The Safe & Smart Way With A Firearm

Traveling with a firearm

When traveling with firearms in the Atlanta International Airport, even if you are platinum or gold status with Delta, you now have to check in thru Special Items Area only. Fill out an orange card that declares empty weapons and then put it in you hard side case with two locks if it has two locking areas. Then you will have to take the firearm to a TSA check in area where the case will stay locked, and the will wipe the case to detect nitrates or explosive material. They will say you are ready to go through security with your firearms and your other carry-on items. However, double check your carry on so that knives, ammo, pistols are not in your bags or you will need me to introduce you to Matt Kilgo, Firearms Attorney here in Georgia!Make yourself a note to remind you that you are traveling with firearms; it is an extra responsibility you have to take very seriously. Safe travels. Also, check with your airline on firearm restrictions how many, how much ammo and type of case and locks, etc.Todd Droege International director of training. Go2firearmsafety.com*Airlines, airports and TSA may have different policies on protocols and traveling with a firearm. Always be proactive and check in before traveling so you can follow these policies in a safe and smart order.Helpful link: https://www.tsa.gov/travel/travel-tips/travel-checklist

Multiple people shot in San Francisco at UPS facility

Multiple people have been injured after a shooting at a UPS facility in the area of 17th Street and San Bruno Avenue in San Francisco, police say. Sources tell ABC7 News at least three people were shot at the facility and multiple victims have been transported to SF General.A source says this was a single shooter who went into the building during a morning meeting and the suspect may be a disgruntled employee. The source says that one of the people who was shot is the suspected shooter. A witness who was inside the building says she believes it was one driver shooting toward other drivers while a morning meeting was happening.Police are surrounding the facility but it is unclear if they’ve made their way inside the building.David Phister says he lives across the street and heard four shots fired at 9 a.m. When he ran to the window, he says there was a brief moment after the four shots and then he says he thinks he heard four more then saw a lot of people running out of the building.Phister says the area where the shooting occurred was at garage doors at the corner of 17th and Utah, a part of the building for employees only.San Francisco police are advising residents in the area to shelter in place.

Link to ABC 7 article: Multiple people shot in San Francisco at UPS facility

Shooting at GOP baseball practice; House Majority Whip Scalise shot

A gunman opened fire at a GOP baseball practice in Alexandria, Va., on Wednesday morning. At least five people, including House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., and two Capitol Police officers were wounded. Follow Yahoo News’ live blog for all the latest developments. Continue reading “Shooting at GOP baseball practice; House Majority Whip Scalise shot”
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