The odds are pretty high that you’re never going to be shot at in a movie theater, but when you’re prepared, you’re that much more ahead of the rest.
This tragedy makes me think of three things: the gun debate, understanding evil people, and being proven innocent by reason of insanity.
Isn’t it fair that we expand the open carry and concealed carry debate to include those in military uniform while on US soil? I think so.
Recently, I received some high quality instruction about the importance of follow-through, one of the fundamentals of shooting well.
I see three main areas of debate that opponents will use to prevent troops from being armed at a much more generous level off- and on- base.
Here are seven things that as a cop, I wish more people knew and understood.
I had fun searching for the things I wanted on an AR I built strictly for tactical use.
Reportedly, with the new military modular handgun pick, there’s also talk of going to hollow points. Really, there has never been anything stopping them.
Reinforcing your marksmanship skills and learning to read the wind and the mirage will help you learn to be a better long distance shooter
I couldn’t live the way I want without the blessing of being an American and having the right to bear arms—a right that should never be infringed.