I asked the folks over at Talon Grips to send me a few different sets for two of my handguns. They obliged and, so far, I’m pleased with my findings.
“The guy that works here, he’s a hero,” said Robert Felton, who was in the establishment when the attempted robbery and shooting occurred. “He’s really a hero.”
But, had it been time to fight, I wish I would have been there because there’s definitely “a time to kill,” but now is “a time to heal.”
The Knoxville Police Department said the case is closed and according to a local attorney, Issac Scruggs would only face charges if the federal government intervened, which he said would be unusual and unlikely.
A local court in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico this month issued a stern ruling that could end some of the strongest gun laws in the country.
One pastor of a Minneapolis church has had a security team made up of church members with concealed carry permits for almost a decade.
Uber, the crowd-sourced vehicle for hire program that is sweeping the nation, has changed its policies and is now banning guns for anyone either using or providing their service.
A bill that could allow Buckeye State permit holders to carry on schools, private aircraft and other places won the approval of a House committee this week.
Over the weekend, an angler detained by police in Florida and warned to stay away from the pier under threat of trespassing charges was cited in error.
Two weeks after a man legally open carried a rifle through Atlanta’s airport, U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson, D-GA, debuted a proposal to prohibit firearms from unsecured areas.