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International rules football (Irish: Peil na rialacha idirnáisiunta; also known as inter rules in Australia and compromise rules in Ireland) is a team sport consisting of a hybrid of football codes, which was developed to facilitate international representative matches between Australian rules football players and Gaelic football players.
The first tour, known as the Australian Football World Tour, took place in 1967, with matches played in Ireland, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The following year, games were played between Australia and a touring County Meath Gaelic football team, Meath being the reigning All-Ireland senior football champions. Following intermittent international tests between Australia and Ireland, the International Rules Series between the senior Australian international rules football team and Ireland international rules football team has been played intermittently since 1984, and has generally been a closely matched contest. The sport has raised interest and exposure in developing markets for Gaelic and Australian football and has been considered a development tool by governing bodies of both codes, particularly by the AFL Commission.
International rules football does not have any dedicated clubs or leagues. It is currently played by men's, women's, and junior teams only in tournaments or Test matches.
Stopped by a larger sporting goods store a couple days ago and couldn’t help but check out the gun counter. I was fondling a handgun and wanted to take it down to check out machining quality. I was told no guns were allowed to be field stripped in store, not by customers or employees. I then...
OFF is reporting that Rep. Post has been booted from the House Judiciary Committee. This committee was already stacked in favor of antis. If Rep. Post removal is accurate then we can expect them to run anti-gun bills through at will. Not good news.
PRO-GUN LEGISLATOR SILENCED - Oregon Firearms...
Supreme Court Rules Against Excessive State Fines
The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Wednesday that states may not impose excessive fines, extending a bedrock constitutional protection but potentially jeopardizing asset-forfeiture programs that help fund police operations with...
Looks like a Federal District judge in Massachusetts said that AR-15’s and high capacity magazines are not protected by the 2nd Amendment. He quoted Scalia to support (or provide precedent?) to his decision.
Court rules Second Amendment doesn't protect AR-15, assault rifles and large capacity...
Stoneman Douglas students question new security measures regulating backpacks
Scott Travis Contact Reporter Sun Sentinel
April 2, 2018 5:50 PM
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High created a new environment Monday, with clear backpacks, bag searches...
I'm always armed. My weapon is always loaded. It seems like common sense to me. I know firearms safety is a very important topic. I've always done my best to observe the 4 weapons safety rules as taught to me by my grandfather and the military. I realize that what is common sense to me is...
I am posting this in the General Firearms Section in the hope of reaching those not familiar with Muzzle loading firearms.
For those of you who do not know me very well...
I have a few original muzzleloaders that I like to display and share with folks.
I do this throughout the year , but mostly...
So can someone explain the rules on carrying a loaded weapon in Oregon that is not concealed? I read that you are allowed to open carry a loaded weapon as long as you have a license but a co worker of mine told me it is not legal only concealed carry? So I was just hoping someone could clarify...
Judge Rules Against Seattle in Gun Tax Public Records Case
A King County Superior Court judge on Friday ruled in favor of the Second Amendment Foundation and the senior editor of its monthly publication, TheGunMag.com, in a lawsuit against the City of Seattle over violation of the Public...