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 […]
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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 […]
The climates of Cleveland and San Diego probably couldn’t be opposite. San Diego has arguably the most ideal weather conditions of anywhere in the country, while Cleveland…well not so much. Dealing with firearm carry differences in those climates has led me…
An off duty deputy is attacked outside his vehicle while at a gas station. His wife is in the vehicle, and is able to fire shots at the suspects. The suspects do not expect to be shot at and flee, only after braking the deputies jaw during the assault.
I chewed up a lot of brass doing gun reviews right before this COVID-19 thing hit. The gun I was working on as the collective crap hit the big reciprocating device in the sky was the Springfield Armory Hellcat. This is a fine gun. A good shooter. So far, I’ve got about 400 rounds through […]
So…you bought a gun…now what? Today, Riley Bowman, Jacob Paulsen, and Matthew Maruster get the whole gang together to talk about where and how to get started as gun owners. Even if you’ve owned guns your entire life, chances are there’s something in this episode you didn’t think of or know about.