Dear Gun-Grabbers, What’s Best for ‘Society’ Is Not My Problem

Dear Gun-Grabbers, What’s Best for ‘Society’ Is Not My Problem

 

I remember when I was in boy scouts (before they let gay and transgender men in as scout leaders) as a lad we had a really cool Scout Leader (Mr. P, God Bless You Sir!) who every Friday would give us a Basic Civics Lesson and this one week he taught us about the “Family First” Rule of Society.

A MAN’S first duty is to take care of his family!

Treat his wife with honor and respect, Raise his kids right and most of all PROTECT them from the world outside their door.

If each and every man follows this rule, Society as a whole has a pretty good shot of turning out decent.

To Prove this point look at the current state of the FAMILY in America (including the high rate of divorce) and then look at SOCIETY.

Yeah, look like the two do in fact correlate!

Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!

 

Texas News: Texas Pastor Murdered by Black Felon Lunatic

Sheriff’s Office releases name of pastor killed, suspect in shooting incident at Starrville church

 

More Unreported Black on White Crime.

This happened about two hours from my front porch.

As always the Fake News Cartel refused to state the RACE of this murdering lunatic POS.

It’s sad the Pastor was killed with his own gun but that is a training issue I have continually harped on for Concealed Carry: You MUST Train frequently in Weapon Retention with Force on Force drills.

My Prayers and Condolences go out to the McWilliams family.

Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!

Five reasons to shoot your Every-Day-Carry Self-Defense Ammunition!

Five reasons to shoot your Every-Day-Carry Self-Defense ammunition!

 

Sound, practical advice a lot of shooters might overlook.

Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!

 

Feeling the Weight of the Gun

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I recently took a handgun class. I was there to renew my concealed carry license, but the rest of my classmates were applying for their carry license for the first time. Several of them had only shot a gun a few times. You could see it in their eyes. They were there to learn how to handle a handgun, a lethal tool. There is a lot to learn. 

This is a time of unprecedented demand for firearms. Given the limited selection in most gun shops, it is harder than ever to find the gun that is right for you. Before you buy it, you want to handle it, load it, and shoot it to see how it feels. After the classroom lecture in the concealed carry class, the instructor let students handle their unloaded firearms which were arrayed on a table. This was the first chance for some students to…

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Court upholds Right of Armed Citizen to Shoot a Police Officer in Defense

So many things went wrong here.
In the 21st Century, Part of being a Responsible ARMED  citizen is knowing the law and also having good legal representation to start with. The reality however is decent lawyers cost money and the everyday joe cannot afford one typically. If this poor guy would have had a decent lawyer at the beginning he would have never had to spend 5 years of his life wrongfully imprisoned.

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via Court upholds Right of Armed Citizen to Shoot a Police Officer in Defense 

U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- On 20 August 2015, in Brevard County, Florida, John DeRossett, 55, shot and severely wounded a Brevard County sheriff’s deputy.

Police claimed they told the niece they were police officers as they grabbed her. She called 911 during or immediately after the firefight, and told the dispatcher she did not know who the men who grabbed her were.

The deputies had no warrant to arrest Mary Ellis.

Criminals often claim to be police to attempt to get compliance. The deputies never told DeRossett they were police.

Why would he be under obligation to believe them, unless they presented credentials or other convincing proof they were operating under lawful authority?

DeRossett was held in jail for nearly five years.

In August of 2018, at trial, his lawyer presented the defense that he was…

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