mission of the Armory is to assist American citizens exercise with confidence and
safety their right to acquire, possess and use firearms. This
is accomplished by disseminating information regarding handguns, long
ammunition and accessories intended to foster appreciation and enjoyment of gun
domain seeks to promote public proficiency in the use of pistols,
revolvers, carbines, rifles and shotguns for purposes of sport, recreation,
hunting, self defense and the protection of individual and collective
liberty, as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
topics include the character and composition of knives and other sharp
edged tools for utility and survival.
and catalogue of the Armory is currently being updated and refreshed to address the
interests and requirements of those self-reliant individuals among us
known as "preppers" or "survivalists".
In medieval times which
spanned the middle age of Western Civilization,
the "armory" served as the castle repository for weapons,
armor and other implements of war.
Armory serves a comparable social function, now
informational, and thus exhibits a
similar gothic structure.
the past decade, 2000 - 2009, the Armory website featured an on-line catalogue of
firearms, ammunition and gun-related merchandise for sale. Thanks and appreciation are extended to the many customers who allowed
the Armory to serve their firearm and accessory needs during this
in 2010 opened additional opportunities for personal enjoyment
through camping, fishing and traveling, but inhibited our
ability to responsibly serve on-line catalogue customers in a timely
manner. Hence, catalogue sales were temporarily
an invigorated perspective on business, the Armory is now in the
process of restocking our catalogue. Merchandise will focus on
the needs of those seeking to protect and provide for themselves and
others in the event of natural disaster or social unrest. Gear,
tools and equipment will be prioritized in a hierarchy of
"must have", "good to have " and "nice
to have" in product categories of security, sustenance, shelter
Armory complements the Second Amendment of the Bill of Rights in the way a
neighborhood library complements the First. Linger in the various
"munitions rooms". They contain a wealth of gun lore.
Whether you are already an accomplished enthusiast of the shooting sports, or are perhaps
merely inquisitive about firearms, ammo, self defense and gun-related activities and issues, the
Armory welcomes you to its domain.
website was last updated in November, 2014.