Riley Bowman and Jacob Paulsen tackle a very valid question: what are the best practices for defending oneself or one’s campsite, tent, RV, etc. when out enjoying the great outdoors? How can we limit our risk from both human and animal threats?
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You may have been told that state law varies significantly when it comes to guns. That is partially true. Gun law, the law that impacts gun possession, does vary enormously from state to state. Things like magazine capacity, possession on school grounds, duty to notify law enforcement, vehicle possession, etc., are all examples of gun […]
One of the first warnings I give to new concealed carriers is that they should be prepared to be less comfortable than when unarmed. It quickly becomes apparent that carrying a gun for self-defense is a bit of a hassle. But some people are surprised. Few people carry concealed consistently, because after a while the […]
Today we reported on and offered our condolences to the victims of the shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue where 11 people were killed by a crazed idiot and several others, including a few police officers, were injured. If there were armed citizens among their congregation they would have been able to fight back significantly decreasing […]
What philosophy is right? Should .22’s be avoided like a pawn-shop Highpoint? Or is there a case to be made for small caliber, rimfire ammo in a self-defense context? Let’s face it, our ultimate goal, if we use our firearm in a self-defense incident, is to stop the threat. I am sure you have heard […]
Is the world really getting so bad that each of us has to own a gun in order to protect our d ones? It is intimidating and potentially dangerous. Are you ready to assume that kind of liability?