After last week’s best of episode we had a listener ask us if we could publish a “best of” justified stories podcast episode. These are awful and awesome stories depending on your perspective. I’m confident you will find value from reviewing them.
Real examples of American gun owners who are justified legally in using their firearms in self-defense of themselves, others, or their property. Firearm related self defense is a reality and this is the proof.
We hope you have had a fantastic holiday season and wish you and yours a Happy New Year! Tune in to today’s episode for a “Best Of” the Concealed Carry Podcast from the past year. Thank you so much for all of your support of what we do here. It would not be possible without […]
Florida is working towards passing open carry and allowing for on-campus carry in public schools; a prominent Atlanta attorney is in hot water after accidentally shooting his wife while riding in the car; a man accidentally discharges his weapon while trying to take a selfie in a strip club; the new CZ-USA P-10C striker-fired pistol; […]
Today’s episode is an interview with the hero of a deadly force encounter in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Charles Russell just recently received the final word from the District Attorney’s Office that he will not be facing any charges for his actions in stopping a robbery turned deadly situation at a gas station. Charles has a lot […]
We cover states passing pro-gun bills, more school districts allowing teachers to carry concealed on campuses to protect their students, how UPS managed to deliver a .50BMG rifle to the wrong address in New York State of all places, the ridiculous statement that Obama senior adviser Valerie Jarrett made about her grandfather. And don’t miss […]
We LOVE our veterans!! But apparently there is at least one veteran that doesn’t reciprocate that feeling. Jacob and Riley discuss today the former US Army Captain that has asked gun loving folk to NOT step into his stores…at least with their guns in tow. Also some good news coming out of a few states […]