I’ve seen the question asked many, many times before: What weapon should I carry to defend myself and my family? Perhaps that’s jumping ahead a bit. Who’s responsible to protecting yourself and your family, the police, the government, the National Guard? Who’s job is it to provide for the protection of you and your family? […]
A convenience store customer in Ocoee, Florida turned the tables on alleged robbers. The customer, identified only as “Chris” to protect his identity, said he walked into a Kangaroo convenience store on Franklin Street and noticed two suspicious men. He returned to his car to get his phone, then heard the clerk inside screaming for […]
One of the biggest challenges to a grass-roots campaign (such as this one) is getting the word out. All our regular readers know who we are, but Joe Average on the street has never heard of us, and may not even know that he’s a sitting duck. Leveraging today’s techno-culture of cellular phones and text […]
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Book: The Concealed Handgun Manual: How to Choose, Carry, and Shoot a Gun in Self Defense (paperback)
Summary The Concealed Handgun Manual: How to Choose, Carry, and Shoot a Gun in Self Defense was the first book that I read when researching the option to carry a firearm. It details personal accounts of being a victim both when a firearm was present and without. Also covered are statistics and a history of […]
Lagoon Amusement Park in Farmington, Utah has long been a staple of summertime fun for residents of Utah and the surrounding states. Lagoon’s “Code of Conduct” and “Guest Rules” prohibit weapons (specifically “Firearms, knives, and other weapons as determined by Lagoon”) while at the park. Ironically, kissing your sweetheart is also prohibited. Who to contact […]
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