Legal & Second Amendment

Uncover the rules governing the legal use of force in self-defense, get tips on how to practice safe and legal concealed carry, and stay up-to-date on firearms-related legislation at both the state and national levels—especially as it relates to the Second Amendment and the right to keep and bear arms.

Judge … or Jury?

Those of us who carry may one day find ourselves charged with a crime for using or threatening lethal force… Read More >

Happy New Year, Winners!

What a fantastic time to be a gun owner and CCW holder in America. I will touch on this more… Read More >

Welcome to the New Year

Yes, indeed. Welcome to the new year. 2017. How about that, huh? It’s here. I can remember years ago thinking,… Read More >

No Time to Back Off

I’ve talked to quite a few gun owners over the last few weeks who naively seem to think that the… Read More >

Improving Your Odds

If you are ever involved in an armed self-defense situation, it will become a clash between your attorney and a… Read More >

In the Aftermath

It is called the “post incident” and I have interviewed many individuals — some lawfully carrying and some not —… Read More >

Restoration of Rights

As you can imagine, I get a lot of emails. I love reading them, and I have even more fun… Read More >

Road Rage: No Winners

I’m really getting tired of reading about road rage incidents involving lawfully armed citizens. Because if there is one situation… Read More >

Three Deuces! But Let’s Keep Looking Ahead…

This is the 222nd column I have written for Concealed Carry Report. I had every intention of reflecting on past… Read More >

Much to Be Thankful For

For the first time in many years, I’ve decided to take a couple of days off and squeeze in a… Read More >

Do Not Imagine…

In 1971, John Lennon released the song “Imagine.” It remains the anthem of the left. At the end of the… Read More >

In the Garage

Is your garage piled with junk, yours and the spouse’s? Stacks of rusting, greasy tools and ropes or odd plumbing… Read More >

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