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Image via Michigan State Police (Facebook). Next Post Coming Soon…▶ A Michigan State Police Public Information Officer has found himself in the hot seat after a tweet quoting him making disparaging remarks about concealed pistol license holders appeared in recent days. F/Lt. Mike Shaw, a public information officer (PIO), madeRead More →

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Brandon Hooper/Unsplash Photo Next Post Coming Soon…▶ Despite a strong Republican majority in the house that makes it unlikely any of the radical anti-gun bills proposed this year will ever see the light of day, the force of that majority wasn’t enough to get one bill out of committee thatRead More →

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Shutterstock Next Post Coming Soon…▶ Concealed carriers have long said if property owners don’t allow them to carry on their property, then those property owners should be held liable if people are attacked on it and can’t protect themselves. After all, it only makes sense, as it is the ownersRead More →

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Next Post Coming Soon…▶ The case challenging California’s “sensitive places” law that bans carry in nearly every public place in the state continues to move forward, with appellants filing response briefs with the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. In the lawsuit Carralero v. Bonta, the Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) onRead More →

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Do you need a permit in constitutional carry states? Next Post Coming Soon…▶ We can already feel the hackles going up on the backs of many of our readers as they read that headline with the resounding “Oh, hell no!” sounding off louder than last night’s cheers of “Happy NewRead More →

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(AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin) Next Post Coming Soon…▶ By Tim Carroll What gun should I carry for self-defense? That’s a question that’s been asked more times than I can count during my professional training career and more often in recent years. The answer is, well…complicated. 1. Stopping Power First we needRead More →

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(AP Photo/ Rick Bowmer) Next Post Coming Soon…▶ Carrying a gun lawfully for self-defense can make the difference between life and death in a critical situation. Yet at the same time it comes along with risks to the carrier thanks to laws and land sharks. Training can help reduce thoseRead More →

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New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (AP Photo/Morgan Lee) Next Post Coming Soon…▶ After an 11-year-old was shot and killed in Albuquerque on Wednesday, New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham declared a “gun violence public health emergency.” Just what that would mean in practice wasn’t immediately clear. As the GovernorRead More →

This Is What (Still) Happens In A 'May-Issue' Permitting State

Next Post Coming Soon…▶   You may remember that last year, the Supreme Court handed down a ruling in New York State Rifle & Pisol Association v. Bruen. It made all the papers at the time. The Court invalidated New York’s “good cause” requirement that kept hundreds of thousands ofRead More →

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Tents line a sidewalk on Golden Gate Avenue in San Francisco. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu) By Chuck Michel The San Francisco County Board of Supervisors has backed down on a proposed ordinance that would make much of the city into a “gun-free zone” after the Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) and CaliforniaRead More →