How 2A Rights Link To Training

There have been so many instances that people say things like “I don’t see anywhere in the Second Amendment where it says you can xyz.” Xyz, of course is a stand in for any argument that someone who’s not civil rights minded might make against what the Second Amendment means. A crucial and important element […]

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Why You Need A GOOD Holster

When we get the money for a new firearm, we are quick to get many things. First might be ammunition, to practice with it (if we can find it), then a myriad of “cool” gadgets from lights, lasers, optics, different sights…but we tend to neglect how we intend on carrying that handgun. There are several

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Types of Carry

We have all read countless blogs, and seen videos about what style to carry concealed. Why does it matter? Aren’t they all the same? In some ways yes, in others, no. Some are situational. Let me explain. I started carrying on my hip, with a full-length 1911 concealed. I am a big guy, and I

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Bringing About Change

I find that one of the best things an individual can be asked as a gun owner is, “Can you bring me to the range with you?” especially if the person asking you is someone that doesn’t know about firearms as you do. I found myself in this position a lot over the last few

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Texas Permitless Carry

On June 16, 2021, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed into law a permit less carry bill. HB 1927 removes the mandate that one must first obtain a License To Carry (LTC) to possess a firearm outside of their home. From the final bill text, we have: “AN ACT relating to provisions governing the carrying of

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Who is the Gray Man?

Being a ‘gray man’ or if you are politically correct, a ‘gray person’ is an important component of an intelligent self-preservation strategy. When we refer to the term gray man, it is about a strategy of being alert and prepared to address things in our environment, while blending in to and not standing out in a

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Medical Training & Firearm Training

No matter where we are in the country, we always hear the horror stories from individuals when it comes to shooting, whether at a range or other places. Individuals are getting hurt on the range, whether it’s negligence through “flagging” another person or accidents through user error, there is always something that can happen in the

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NSSF Releases Congressional Score Card

Each year the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) releases a scorecard, rating Senators and Representatives of all 50 States. The rating comes from looking at the voting record, sponsorship/co-sponsorship of bills, and committee influence on issues that are important to gun owners. Lawrence G. Keane, NSSF Senior Vice President, and General Counsel summed why they

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