Today, Riley and Matthew discuss 9 myths about guns and shooting and what is actually true. What are these myths? And how can we all be better “students of the gun” and not get swayed by uneducated guesses and opinions??
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When it comes down to those rare instances for which we carry a concealed handgun or keep that 12 gauge by the bed, there are some urban legends about personal defense with a firearm that persist. Many of these erroneous beliefs thrive both within and outside the gun-carrying populace. Let’s get to myth-bustin’. Myth #1: […]
Ok, I’m not trying to beat a dead horse but despite some articles in the past on our site, I get the sense that there is still a lack of clarity in our industry, among armed citizens, about the idea of Shooting to Kill. Specifically today I want to address a common justification I see […]
You’ve heard these myths about gun law before. Here is a list of the most common misconceptions about US firearm laws and the truth you need to know.
If ever faced with a situation where drawing a gun is warranted, what is the right thing to do? Do you shoot to kill? Shoot to wound? Is it ever appropriate to fire off warning shots?