AGSF

AcronymDefinition
AGSFAmericans for Gun Safety Foundation (Tides Center; San Francisco, CA)
AGSFalt.gothic Special Forces (newsgroup)
AGSFArtists Guild of San Francisco (est. 1961; San Francisco, CA)
AGSFAustrian German Special Forces (gaming clan)
AGSFFellow, American Geriatric Society
AGSFAnnual Government Solutions Forum (formerly E-Gov)
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Percy Tamayo President & CEO of Grupo AGSF S.A.
Grupo AGSF is a pioneering Latin American Private Investment Equity Capital Firm introducing disruptive sustainable manufacturing solar, wind, led technologies, urban development projects, global security services, telecommunications, oil and gas, mining projects, leveraging sovereign fund financing platforms.
As such, newsgroup system administrators have developed their own response task force (known as the alt.gothic.Special-Forces, or AGSF) to prevent the alt.gothic forums descending into incommunicative flame hell.
The AGSF showed its hand last week with release of a politically motivated "study" attempting to blame the current president's administration for the criminal activity of illegal gun purchases.
The AGSF tallied traces of guns by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and provided a list of those stores that had more than 200 traces.
The Americans for Gun Safety Foundation (AGSF), an organization it says "supports the rights of law abiding Americans to own guns," released a report in mid-January that attacked many honest gun dealers.
The report, "Selling Crime," which AGSF says "lifts (a) veil of secrecy," uses data from the ATF to name 120 gun stores in 22 states that AGSF reports sold the most guns that later were used in crime.
Bryman, DO, FACOI, AGSF, CMD, is a Primary Care Provider, Internal Medicine and Geriatrics, Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine (SOM), New Jersey Institute for Successful Aging, Stratford, NJ.
realize the difficulties they are likely to encounter when trying to evacuate these residents and thus may be more painstaking in developing their evacuation plans," wrote study author Nicholas Castle, PhD, MHA, AGSF, an associate professor in the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health.