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Arizona Trooper's Life Saved By Armed Citizen

Arizona Trooper’s Life Saved By Armed Citizen

One Arizona Department of Public Safety trooper owes his life to an armed citizen after a being ambushed and shot on the side of Interstate 10 early Thursday morning. The 27 year veteran trooper, identified as Edward Anderson, was responding to reports of shots fired at a motorist’s car. The driver of that vehicle said…

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Waffle House Employee Fired for Firing a Warning Shot

Waffle House Employee Fired for Firing a Warning Shot

One Waffle House employee has found herself unemployed after attempting to foil a robbery in Coweta County, GA. Early Thursday morning three suspects passed a note to a waitress demanding money and threatening to shoot everyone. Heather Stanley, a different waitress, went out to her car to retrieve a gun. Stanley then fired one shot into…

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Record Number of Concealed Carry Permits Issued in Ohio

Record Number of Concealed Carry Permits Issued in Ohio

The buckeye state is on track to far exceed the number of concealed carry permits it issued in 2015. A total of 93,851 permits were issued in the first three quarters of 2016, the Ohio Attorney General's Office reports show. Compared to the 72,000 permits issued in all of 2015, Ohio had a 58 percent increase…

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Pistol-Whipped Pizza Customer Fights Back - With His .45

Pistol-Whipped Pizza Customer Fights Back – With His .45

If you ever have a hankering for late night pizza, be sure to bring your sidearm. One customer found he needed his last Tuesday when two armed men attempted to rob Porfirio's II Pizza and Pasta in Levittown, Pa. "They were wearing dark clothing, backpacks, had hoods up, face masks on, gloves, brandishing handguns," said…

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Georgia Supreme Court Rules on Campus Carry Laws

Georgia Supreme Court Rules on Campus Carry Laws

The Georgia Supreme Court ruled last week upholding the weaker of two campus carry laws signed by Gov. Nathan Deal in 2014. The high court affirmed an earlier ruling to dismiss a complaint filed by the gun rights group GeorgiaCarry.org against the state Code Revision Commission. The issue started when Deal signed HB 862 into law on…

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Good Guy with a Gun Stopped the Townville School Shooting

Good Guy with a Gun Stopped the Townville School Shooting

Earlier this month more details were released about the Townville Elementary School shooting. 14-year-old Jesse Osborne shot and killed his father before going to the school and shooting two 6-year-old students and a teacher. One of those students later died. What you may not have heard is that it was an armed civilian that stopped…

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Concealed Carrier Saves AutoZone Employees

Concealed Carrier Saves AutoZone Employees

Three armed robbers thought they had picked an easy target when they tried to rob a Houston-area AutoZone store on Friday night. That is, until a concealed carrier pulled into the parking lot. The Texan with a License to Carry (LTC) saw the robbery from outside, drew his handgun and entered the store where the…

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Walmart Employee Shoots, Kills Attacker

Walmart Employee Shoots, Kills Attacker

What’s the deal with Walmart parking lots and criminals? First a Kansas woman was assaulted by two thugs, and more recently a Florida Walmart employee shot and killed an armed robber. This incident, which occurred early last Wednesday, is believed to be a cut and dry case of self-defense. "Investigators believe this was an attempted…

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Constitutional Carry Comes to Missouri!

Constitutional Carry Comes to Missouri!

Missouri becomes the 11th state to allow “constitutional carry,” allowing people to carry concealed firearms without a permit! On Wednesday, the Missouri state senate used parliamentary maneuvers to end a Democrat filibuster and force a vote to override Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto of SB656, a bill written to eliminate the permit requirements for concealed carry.…

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Deceptive Anti-Gun Filmmakers Face $12 Million Lawsuit

Deceptive Anti-Gun Filmmakers Face $12 Million Lawsuit

Remember earlier this year when documentary director Stephanie Soechtig and her producer Katie Couric were caught deceptively editing their anti-gun documentary Under the Gun to make gun proponents look uninformed? Well, now the filmmakers are facing a $12 million defamation lawsuit. The lawsuit comes from the Virginia Citizens Defense League (VCDL), a Second Amendment rights advocacy…

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