According to the agency’s website, the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) mission is to: Protect the nation’s transportation systems to ensure freedom of movement for people and commerce. Apparently, the TSA, an agency of the Federal Department of Homeland Security, believes that mission includes requesting that local Sheriffs reve citizens’ concealed carry licenses. TSA Pittsburg, Pennsylvania: […]
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Air travel with a firearm is generally a pleasant experience if one understands the laws and is well prepared. This article will out the basic do’s and don’ts.
Last month I covered a news story in which a child unintentionally shot and killed himself while he was in the car with his mother and sibling. Since then, I learned of some additional information that, at the time, was unknown. And as you may have guessed, it has to do with marijuana and guns. […]
Today, a man and woman are in jail after their 4-year old child died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head yesterday. How did this tragedy happen, and was there anything the couple could have done differently so that their child would still be alive? We Believe Our Mission is Important: Our company’s mission […]
One of the most talked-about topics in the gun world is the never-ending caliber war. I usually try to avoid it if at all possible because it just causes arguments. Still, one of the most popular questions I hear revolves around caliber choice and “stopping power.” This time around, we discuss two of the […]
Money is not unlimited for most of us. If you follow the defensive firearm industry at all (or any other segment of the firearm world) you know that it feels expensive. From every corner, you hear people telling you to “get training” and “buy the latest gadget that will save your life.” I’m guilty […]