Giveaway ends 31st Dec 2021

Did you know this little black magnet can hold 11 Glocks?

Home Defense Foundation Gives Away 200 FREE Gun Magnets To Protect American Families

No Trials, No Hidden Fees, No Strings Attached!

The best part about these cool magnets is that they only take a few minutes to install!

Where else could you get a gun mount setup that quickly?

We did have to limit this offer to a maximum of 10x magnets per person. Because we know if we let you buy more you would and no one else would be able to get them!

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mology The name Chandigarh is a compound of Chandi and Garh. Chandi refers to the Hindu goddess Chandi and Garh means fortress. The name is derived from Chandi Mandir, an ancient temple devoted to the Hindu Goddess Chandi (Parvati) near the city in Panchkula District. The motif or sobriquet of "The City of Beauty" was derived from the City Beautiful movement that was a popular philosophy in North American urban planning during the 1890s and 1900s. Architect Albert Mayer, the initial planner of Chandigarh, lamented the American rejection of City Beautiful concepts and declared "We want to create a beautiful city..." The phrase was used on as a logo in official publications in the 1970s and is now how the city describes itself. History A map of the British Punjab province in 1909. During the Partition of India along the Radcliffe Line, the capital of the Punjab Province, Lahore, fell into West Punjab, Pakistan. The necessity to have a new capital for East Punjab in India then, led to the development of Chandigarh. The area that is today Chandigarh was home to some settlements of Indus valley civilisation. It was also the site of a short-lived late 18th century principality, with a small fort at Mani Majra. As part of the partition of India in 1947, the former British province of Punjab was divided into two, mostly Sikh and Hindu East Punjab in India and mostly Muslim West Punjab in Pakistan. The capital of undivided Punjab, Lahore, had become part of Pakistan after the partition. Instead of shifting the capital to an already existing and established city, Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, envisioned an altogether new and modern city be built to serve as the capital of Punjab. In 1949 the American planner and architect Albert Mayer was commissioned to design a new city to be called "Chandigarh". The government carved out Chandigarh from about fifty Puadhi-speaking villages in the then-state of East Punj