Semi-Auto Rifles For Self-Defense In Huntley, IL
It has been said that if you know you’re going to be in a gun fight then bring a rifle! And in Huntley, IL it is no different. The best single defensive firearm for one’s own self-defense or the defense of your family is by far a long gun, a rifle and specifically one that has is controlled easily, can be used within the confines of a building environment and has sufficient fire power, preferably a semi-auto. Caliber depends significantly on how much structure penetration is acceptable for your living situation. The most common is by far the .223 (5.56)
For most self-defense situations the small sporting rifles in light to medium calibers have been proven over the years to be the best suited in this role. Depending on the laws in Huntley, IL the type of rifle may be limited in choice. The most popular by far is the AR-15 style rifle, with somewhere around 30 different manufacturers the models are many and the ability for customizing is extensive.
Other rifle types that are becoming popular in the self-defense role are those of the “Bullpup” design that allows for more maneuverability in tight places. Not only in Huntley, IL and in the US Government these excellent self-defense rifles have been labeled by gun-control politicians as “Assault Rifles” which we all know is simply not the case. It clearly illustrates the complete ignorance of Firearms and their self-defense capabilities by our elected officials and government bureaucrats.
No matter where in Huntley, IL that you live as part of a comprehensive self-defense plan one should have both a Handgun and a Rifle. The versatility of a Rifle is many; for Self-Defense, for hunting and providing for your family, for shooting sports and competition, and even as a financial investment.
Living in Huntley, IL may present many unique challenges to Rifle ownership, we at US Precision Defense can help as many of our staff has Military and or Law Enforcement experience that can help you in deciding which is the best Rifle for your Self-Defense needs.
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Huntley, IL, The Village of Huntley Police Department has been granted reaccreditation by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA). The reaccreditation was awarded at the Summer 2016 CALEA Conference, which was held the last week of July in Baltimore, Maryland.
“The accreditation process emphasizes the importance of accountability, transparency, and professionalism in policing,” said Chief of Police Robert Porter. “These concepts are more important today than they have ever been. CALEA is an important institution to ensure we are setting and maintaining the highest standards.”
Chief Porter represented Huntley PD before the CALEA review committee on Saturday morning during which Review Commissioner Barry Rountree complimented Huntley PD on the excellent job done in preparing for the on-site assessment held in April. “I am extremely proud of how the department performed not only through the assessment but each and every day as they fulfill their responsibilities in serving the public,” stated Chief Porter.
Huntley, IL, When Huntley was platted in 1853, land was set aside in the center of town for a town park. Maps as early as 1872 show the area as open space. A wooden pump stood in the center of the park serving as a water supply for both horses and firefighting.
With Huntley’s development as a dairy center, horses were tied to the hitching rail surrounding the park every morning while farmers visited stores after delivering their milk cans at the railroad or factory. On milk contract signing days, the four sides of the park were thickly clustered with horses and wagons. The park was and is an object of pride to the residents.
A band shell stood near the center of the park where the brass band performed patriotic music before some of the members marched off to the Civil War. After WWI, Andrew Schmitt, a stonemason, was commissioned by the Huntley Women’s Club to set a stone as a memorial for those who served in the war. He also set a small cannon on a rock base as a memorial.
A new gazebo replaced the band shell in the 1990s and is surrounded by trees and shrubs and beautiful flowerbeds. A memorial brick sidewalk marking Huntley’s Sesquicentennial surrounds the gazebo, where a time capsule marking the event is buried. The square was named James Dhamer Park in memory of the 14-year mayor after his death in 1999.