Like everyone in his family, six-year-old Jimmy Roland had
been taught firearms safety. When a masked man recently held his
mother at knife point outside their home near Bethel, Okla., Jimmy
leveled an empty rifle and yelled, "Let my mommy loose!" The man
demanded that Jimmy put down the rifle, but instead the youngster
cocked it, giving his mother the chance to break away. The
assailant fled, but a suspect and two accomplices soon were arrested
and charged with attempted burglary and assault with a deadly
weapon. Speaking of Jimmy's bravery, Sheriff Paul Abel said, "The
amazing thing is, it was no big deal to him. I'm real proud of that
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This week, numerous anti-gun bills are scheduled for committee hearings in the Volunteer State. NRA Members and Second Amendment supporters must stay engaged this legislative session to help protect your rights in the Volunteer State!
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