You’ve been to a couple of gun shows, (maybe a lot of gun shows?) and you know what they’re like. The 4 rules of gun safety have been ingrained as […]
The San Diego Gun Show is a family-friendly event. The Second Amendment is all about your right to protect yourself and your loved ones. So why not bring your loved […]
With so much to do and see at the upcoming San Diego Gun Show sponsored by USCCA, it can be overwhelming at first blush, especially if this is your first […]
Weekly Roundup # 14 – A collection of interesting articles you may not have seen by authors you may not have read.
Author’s note: I typically don’t post my Weekly Roundup articles here due to the occasional non-gun related content. For those interested in following my Weekly Roundups they can be found […]
California’s New Gun Rights Infringement Bills – Fifteen great ideas from Sacramento to make your life safer and happier
Americans are suffering at the hands of our two major political parties. In their current configurations, we can reasonably refer to these parties as the Evil party and the Stupid […]
Have California Gun Owners Become Institutionalized? – When people have their basic rights oppressed for long periods do they become more accepting of further restrictions?
I had the opportunity recently to watch the Shawshank Redemption. Some of you may remember the film starring Morgan Freeman and Tim Robbins. Freeman plays long-time prisoner Ellis “Red” Redding […]
Independence Day is a time for everyone in the United States to celebrate this country’s proud history and reflect on how it came to be. For Second Amendment activists, part […]
Introduction As of the writing of this blog post, 31 states allow open carry without a permit; 15 more allow open carry but have some stipulations and special requirements attached. […]
Here lies the National Rifle Association; born November 17th, 1871; faded into irrelevance June 1st, 2023. The oldest and largest self-proclaimed pro-Second-Amendment organization is survived and succeeded by the Gun […]
Introduction One of the most important results of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in NYSRPA v. Bruen last summer is that it strikes down what we call “may-issue” concealed carry […]