“I’m sure the citizens mean well, but we cannot assume this in every case and we do not want to advocate this behavior,” a letter from the Army Command Operations Center stated.
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.
The FBI is working to determine whether a Glock 9mm recovered from the scene belonged to one of the servicemen present, while four military officials confirmed two of the men were armed when the attack transpired.
Die-hard fans will continue to keep the Colt Commander in the concealed carry conversation due to its workmanship, superb accuracy and classic panache.
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.
Do you trust me, and do I trust you? Those are interesting questions, but they’re not relevant to the exercise of rights.
Sintercore has teamed up with Eric Mutchler of the world’s first 3D-printed 1911 to bring to market a commercial 3D-printed mag extension for the Glock 43.
Crimson Trace has partnered with Ruger to launch their XChange Technology, modular laser and light units that can be swapped around on the updated LC9s Pro.
A report released Wednesday by the Crime Prevention Research Center holds the number of permit holders in the country at an all-time high, topping 12.8 million.
Sig Sauer Academy Director Adam Painchaud gives a pretty good primer on the ins and outs of concealed carry using an ankle holster