In an ongoing effort to reach more firearm and 2nd Amendment supporters, WMSA now has a Facebook presence, a closed Facebook group for WMSA members and others like us. If you wish to join us on Facebook, follow the link below and click on the JOIN button.
The next General WMSA Meeting is Tuesday, November 25, in the Conservation Room in Bass Pro Shops (I-70 & I-470).
WMSA General Meeting, Tuesday, November 25 (4th Tuesday), 2014, 7:00pm @ Bass Pro Shop, lower level Conservation Room, Independence, MO
Update: Bill E. Kidd won by 9 points. Jacob Turk lost, although he came close to beating Cleaver. Cleaver won by 7 points. This is the closest Turk has come to beating Cleaver. There have been allegations of Cleaver supporters attempting to intimidate Turk supporters.
You can find the state and federal MO election results here.
Wherever you are, vote today for the candidate of your choice. WMSA has endorsed Jacob Turk, MO Congressional District 5 and Bill E. Kidd, for MO State Representative, District 20. The polls are open now.
Don’t know where to vote? Here is a link to find your polling place. Just enter your home address.
The Bullet archive is now up to date through November, 2014. The Bullet archives are in .PDF form. Follow the links, click on the archive and you can download and read it using your PDF viewer. Viewers are available from Adobe and other sources.
In addition, Kevin’s Liberty Notes has been updated with his November, 2014, article.
Western Missouri Shooters Alliance
Post Office Box 11144 – Kansas City, Missouri 64119
www.WMSA.net Hot Line (877) 333-WMSA
23 October, 2014 Release
Subject: celebratory gunfire
Contact: Kevin L. Jamison (816) 455-2669 KLJamisonLaw@earthlink.net
What goes up must come down. WMSA warns Royals fans not to fire their guns to celebrate the team’s wins. “It violates gun safety rules to fire unless you are certain where the bullet will land,” said WMSA President Kevin L. Jamison. “People have been killed by celebratory gunfire. Violation of safe shooting rules has been found to be the basis for a manslaughter conviction. See State v Whiteley, 294 S.W.3d 114 (Mo.App. S.D. 2009). Some of our members have seen celebratory gunfire in the Middle-East,” Jamison continued. “Multiple tragedies have been the result.”