Continuing on with our short series about extending and teaching safe gun handling procedures to people, we come to rule number two. Rule number two is simple, and it’s simply this: Don’t point your gun at something or someone you don’t want to shoot. Before we move on, this short series about gun handling […]
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Riley Bowman interviews Don West from CCW Safe to get a behind the scenes lo at what goes into a self-defense case. Mr. West was the lead attorney on the George Zimmerman case, this nation’s highest-profile self-defense case featuring a successful affirmative defense. We’re going to get into the nitty-gritty of what really goes on […]
If you are a member of the NRA your membership also comes with $2,500 of ArmsCare coverage. This plan covers insured firearms, air guns, bows and arrows against theft, accidental loss, and damage.
I’m not a huge concealed carry handgun upgrader. I’m not one of those people who will buy a gun and immediately start to upgrade it to be something else. In fact, there are certain upgrades I feel shouldn’t be done except under certain circumstances. For example, I’m a firm believer that changing anything mechanical on […]
Yes, you read that correctly: A store security guard was shot after telling someone they cannot shop the store without a mask. This article is going to be a mashup of sorts — part news, part opinion shaken, not stirred — as the world around us melts due to the pajama party known simply as […]
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 […]