A Muslim-free shooting range 11

Yet again private enterprise does what government fails to do.


Jan Morgan, the highly responsible owner of a Muslim-free shooting range

Here’s an announcement that every shooting range in America owned by a non-Muslim should copy:

To understand why I am have a problem with islamists, you must first consider the nature of my business.

This is not a coffee and donut shop. This is a live fire indoor shooting range. People come here to buy, rent, and shoot lethal weapons.
In the range, people are shooting guns in close proximity to each other, so my patrons depend on me and my discretion regarding who I allow to shoot beside them.

One mistake in judgement on my part could cost innocent people their lives.

The primary reasons I am do not want muslims shooting at my range are listed:

1) The Koran (which I have read and studied thoroughly) and (which muslims align themselves with), contains 109 verses commanding hate, murder and terror against all human beings who refuse to submit or convert to Islam.
Read those verses of violence HERE at this link.

2) My life has been threatened repeatedly by muslims in response to my publication of those verses from their Koran. Why would I want to rent or sell a gun and hand ammunition to someone who aligns himself with a religion that commands him to kill me?

3) * Muslims, who belong to and, or, support ISIS, are threatening to kill innocent
* Muslims, who belong to or support AL Qaeda, are threatening to kill innocent
* Muslims who belong to or support HAMAS are threatening to kill innocent Americans.
See a common thread here?
On the news, just this week, our own government has discovered approximately 100 people have aligned themselves with or are supporting in some way, ISIS..

4) Two men walked in to my range last week with allah akbar ring tone and message alert tones on their smart phones. They spoke very little english, one did not have proof of U.S. citizenship, yet they wanted to rent and shoot guns. They were constantly glancing toward the cameras in the range, then looking at each other and speaking in their own language.
Their behavior was so strange, it frightened my patrons. No one would enter the range to shoot while they were there. Some of my customers left. I lost business and the people who remained at my facility said they did so out of fear for my safety.
(can you blame them?)

4) * The barbaric act of beheading an innocent American in Oklahoma by a muslim 
* the Boston bombings (by muslims)
* the Foot Hood mass shooting (by a muslim) that killed 13 people and injured over 30 people
* and the murder of 3000 innocent people (by muslims) on 9/11
This is more than enough loss of life on my home soil at the hands of islamists to substantiate my position that Muslims can and may follow the directives in their Koran and kill here at home.

6) I have a federal firearms licence… The ATF informed us when we received the license that if we feel ANY reason for concern about selling someone a firearm, even sense that something is not right about an individual, or if we are concerned about that persons mental state, even if they pass a background check, we do not have to sell that person a gun. Two different ATF agents stressed that it is better to err on the side of caution.

In other words, a federal agency has given FFL’s discretion on firearms deals. An FFL can turn people away if there is any concern about their behavior and or plans for use of the firearm in the commission of a crime.

7) I understand that not all muslims are terrorists. I also believe there are as many Muslims who do not know what is in their Koran as there are Christians who do not know what is in their Bible. However, I hold adults accountable for the religion or organizations they align themselves with.
Since I have no way of discerning which muslims will or will not kill in the name of their religion and the commands in their koran, I choose to err on the side of caution for the safety of my patrons, just as I would anyone else who aligns himself with an organization that commands him to commit crimes against innocent people.

8) On the issue of religious discrimination:
I view Islam as a theocracy, not a religion. Islam is the union of political, legal, and religious ideologies. In other words, law, religion and state are forged together to form what Muslims refer to as “The Nation of Islam.”
It is given the sovereign qualities of a nation with clerics in the governing body and Sharia law all in one. This is a Theocracy, not a religion.

The US Constitution does not protect a theocracy.

The 1st Amendment is very specific about protecting the rights of individuals from the government, as it concerns the practice of religions, not theocracies.

It clearly differentiates between government and religion. Again protecting the individual’s religious beliefs and practices from (the state) government.
In Islam, religion and state are one.
We are a Nation governed by laws, the U.S. Constitution. We are not a Nation that is governed by religion, politicians or clerics.
A theocracy is not protected by the U.S. Constitution?

9) Islam allows Muslims to kill their own children, (honor killing) if the behavior of those children embarrasses or dishonors the family name. (which has already occurred on American soil)
Why would I allow people (whose religion allows them to murder their own children), be in the presence of other children?
My patrons often bring their kids to the range to teach them to shoot.
I am responsible for providing a safe environment for those children to learn gun safety and shooting sports.

10) In the 14 hundred year history of Islam, muslims have murdered over 270 million people.
Since 9/11 muslims have committed over 21 thousand deadly terror attacks world wide.

In summary, people who shoot at my range come from all religious backgrounds… some are atheists… I do not care about their religious beliefs until or unless those beliefs command them to commit violent crimes against innocent people and I witness those crimes increasing, as we all have lately.

If you had received death threats by muslims, would you want the government telling you that you had to allow them in to your home or business and hand them a loaded gun?

I will do whatever is necessary to provide a safe environment for my customers.
It is not a choice… It is my responsibility.

Jan Morgan- owner / The Gun Cave Indoor Shooting Range


(Hat tip Don L)

Posted under Islam, jihad, Muslims by Jillian Becker on Friday, January 9, 2015

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This post has 11 comments.

  • Don L

    All might follow the link to the quoran verses (HERE, within her point 1) and copy and save. Mail to any taqiyya spewing/practicing muslim-loving politician (or anyone) who says it’s a religion of piece. Right now, christians are only killing abortion doctors…atleast for an actual behavior. The muslims kill because of what people think or don’t think. Let’s see, a handul of doctors vs 100s of thousands on the road to everyone who isn’t, or isn’t the right kind of, muslim. Say, no atheists killing anybody!

    We have discussed, on this site, the idea that islam is not a religion but a political party/movement based on power aquisition and maintenance by coercion & murder. I think Ms Morgan’s observation, as Liz pointed out earlier, about muslim’s own description of the “the nation of islam” proves the point.


      “We have discussed, on this site, the idea that islam is not a religion
      but a political party/movement based on power aquisition and maintenance by coercion & murder.”

      Personally Don, I think Islam is a mental disease which is brought on by cult addiction.


      • “The radical Muslim wants to kill you, while the moderate Muslim wants the radical Muslim to kill you.”

        I’m storing that one for frequent use. Mark Twain would have been proud of it. Please tell us the source if you can.

        Thanks, REALBEING.

      • liz

        Yes, good quote!
        I think it’s both- a political ideology and also a cult – just like Nazism, with the same supremacist, word domination agenda.

        • REALBEING

          I think that people will do what they do, since human beings are addictive by nature. Some people from a long time ago took some beliefs and popularized them, creating a ‘cult’ following.

          The leaders needed Politics, so they added this element. Politics are included in every subject you can think of.

          Christianity, Buddism, Jainism, etc. are no different. People feel a need to belong to something social.

          Theres a political hierarchy in anything to do with us humans, so this is natural. In the case of religion, the mentality of humans at a lower level of thinking takes over. Before long, its a cult.

      • Don L

        Interesting observation, GREAT quote but NO…you didn’t tell me I spelled peace wrong! LOL. (piece has been corrected)

        Considering your comment below. I don’t think it’s human nature to be addictive. I think seeking associations relative to security occurs (…to secure these rights government are instituted by men…). I think cultwise addiction is inculcated by coercion and long-term isolation.

        I think people who have had poor parenting, transfer of survival skills (skepicism, personal responsibility….) fail by falling into cultism/collectives faster. Sunday schools, religion-oriented schools and government compulsory schools send kids into this inculcation and conditioning. Everytime I hear a politician argue for more ‘education’ I want to hurt him and relieve stomach upset too.

        Anyway…that’s my story and I’m sticking to it. Nyaaa NaNa Nya Nyaaaa

        • REALBEING

          When I state that we are by nature addictive, I mean that ALL human beings have the potential to be addicted to something, no matter how slight, at some level, and most probably are.

          Not following through on the addictive behavior doesn’t mean your not addicted to it. Ask any recovering alcoholic.

          These tiny levels are quite healthy, usually.

          Humans are drawn in by these cults, as the dogma they put out fills some need amongst the followers.

          IOW, most humans, like water and electricity, take the easiest route. It is easier to follow someone else’s ideas then go out and find your own truth.

          Face it. Like me, most of the people you know are in some type of a cult. I know that I belong to the ‘cult’ of Conservative beliefs.

          I am at comfortable levels of belief and I am consciously practicing and hope to continue until something better comes along, if ever.

          The next time you’re hungry, tell yourself that your not going to eat….ever again. Then you’ve successfully broken your addiction to food, and then you can move on to your addiction to water…LOL!!


          • Enjoyed your comments, REALBEING, and will be indulgent of your link to the Guardian because even we have linked to it sometimes.

            • REALBEING

              yeah…(SIGH) I only use items from these types of places which make sense! LOL!! Most of their stuff is typical Socialist slanted drivel….