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.

Unforced Errors: Don’t Send the Wrong Message

No Trespassing. WE’VE ALL SEEN THEM: bumper stickers, welcome mats, signs and placards, each proclaiming some political or social value… Read More >

A Shot Across the Bow

The old saying claims you should stay away from politics and religion during family gatherings, right? Yeah, well that doesn’t… Read More >

The D.C. Project: Revealing the Face of Firearms

We recently celebrated our nation’s 240th birthday. And this is a very important election year. If those two things, alone,… Read More >

Now More Than Ever…Tread Carefully

Legally carrying firearms always comes with responsibility, and a certain amount of risk, both physical and legal. But the two… Read More >

Barbarians at the Gates

No, I’m not talking about ISIS—unless you’re a hermit (or get your news exclusively from MSNBC), you’re well aware of… Read More >

Here We Go Again…

When the movie Jaws first came out, the tagline on the promotional videos back then was: “Just when you thought… Read More >

SCOTUS Ruling in Voisine v. U.S.

So another SCOTUS case came down Tuesday pertaining to gun rights…sort of. Maine residents Stephen Voisine and William Armstrong had… Read More >

Carry Your Gun in Church? Hell Yes!

Don’t get all upset with me about that headline. I know this is a family publication. But if you are… Read More >

Guess Which Party Wants Your Guns…Again

What a remarkable two weeks. Think about it: the last two weeks have been nothing short of incredible. In the… Read More >

Stand Your Ground? A Good Idea, But Questions Remain…

“Stand Your Ground” laws provide honest citizens the ability to remain in any area they have the right to be. Read More >

BREXIT: Why It Matters

This month, Britain will vote whether to remain a member of the 28-nation European Union (EU). The vote has consequences… Read More >

Prosecuting Parents?

Shoot your neighbor during a violent argument and you could conceivably get the death penalty. Kill or maim… Read More >

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