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Concealed Carry

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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My Experiment in Open Carry, Part Two: Maiden Voyage

My Experiment in Open Carry, Part Two: Maiden Voyage

As the title would suggest, this is the second article in a series about my experiences open carrying a handgun. If you're just finding this, I'd suggest starting at the beginning.  When all the plans had been made and the preparations double-checked, I found myself thinking of something my father was fond of saying: “It's…

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10 Reasons Why You Should Consider A Revolver For CCW

10 Reasons Why You Should Consider A Revolver For CCW

Who needs a high rate of fire when you can put high caliber rounds on target? In this article, we'll discuss a few reasons why revolvers should be considered for concealed carry. Affordable When we're talking about having a single handgun that can serve all purposes of self-defense, a good, solid revolver is it. Capable…

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Two Men Help a Woman in Need, One of Them Was Armed

Two Men Help a Woman in Need, One of Them Was Armed

A Kansas woman possibly owes her life to two good Samaritans who intervened when she was attacked in the parking lot of a Shawnee Walmart, KMBC-TV reports. The victim was putting her infant child in a car seat when two strangers approached her and struck her in the head. One unarmed man nearby heard her…

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Israeli Carry

Israeli Carry Is Obsolete; Keep One In The Chamber

Israeli carry, otherwise known as carrying with the chamber empty, is a topic of much debate among concealed carriers. Go to any concealed carry forum and you'll find numerous discussions on the topic - lots of people go back and forth about carrying with one in the chamber or not. The truth is that there WERE…

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Gun Ownership at 40 Year Low with Record Gun Sales?

Gun Ownership at 40 Year Low with Record Gun Sales?

In my last article I included a quote from Andrei Berman, a spokesman for Michael Bloomberg’s anti-gun group Everytown for Gun Safety, who thinks that gun manufacturers are using fear tactics to sell to minorities because gun ownership is the lowest it has been in 40 years. Now, I never take anything these people say…

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Arizona Private Schools Can Allow Guns on Campus

Arizona Private Schools Can Allow Guns on Campus

You know one of the great things about private schools? They aren't always tied down with the same bureaucratic nonsense that public schools are. In Arizona’s case, this means that private elementary, middle and high schools can allow guns on campus. This news comes from Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, who released a legal opinion…

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5 Ways To Improve Your Shot Groups

5 Ways To Improve Your Shot Groups

Precision is just as important as accuracy. Precision is being able to do something reliably and accurately is, of course, doing it right. When it comes to defensive shooting, being able to confidently know your rounds are going on target can be extremely helpful. It's not always just the defender and the assailant in a…

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burglar in home

Lethal Force: Can it Be Used In Defense Of Property?

The question of whether lethal force can be used to defend one's (or someone else's) property is both philosophical and legal. Some ponder if it's morally right to do so and then there are legal ramifications. Use of force laws vary by state and so does how police, prosecuting attorneys and judges interpret those statutes.…

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