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The Left's Argument for "Gun Control"

Now remember everyone, guns are scary, evil, and bad, bad, bad.  And criminals always obey the law when it comes to guns – so let’s pass more laws to keep guns out of their hands!* 44 more words

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What Can We Do About All the Violence?

By Chris Wagoner:

I just watched a video of the first shots fired by the Ft. Lauderdale airport shooter. It appears he casually walked through the baggage claim area, drew the gun from his waist, and started to fire. 206 more words

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Responsible Firearms Ownership: I Bought a Firearm for Self-Defense, Now What?

By Chris Wagoner:

OK, you have decided to take that big step and buy a self-defense firearm for home or carry. Or maybe you got one for Christmas. 186 more words

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Carrying a Concealed Weapon Without a Round in the Chamber is a Matter of Life and Death

“The only reason this could be true is that you’re either scared of your firearm or you’re simply not properly trained. If either is the case, STOP CARRYING!” 113 more words

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Florida Legislators are at it again, and citizens lose.

This year in the Florida House and Senate the Representatives and Senators came out swinging for the fences when it came to restoring some of the rights of Florida’s 1.8 MILLION Concealed Weapons License holders and for that matter for all of Florida’s citizens. 1,125 more words

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What to do if You Conceal Carry a Firearm and are Caught in a “Lone Wolf” Attack!

By Chris Wagoner:

Any time there is a discussion about gun laws, concealed carry versus open carry, and the various other issues revolving around the possession of firearms, someone will always bring up the issue that law enforcement will be confused and possibly shoot a licensed concealed carry or open carry firearms holder if involved in a mass shooting, Lone Wolf, or terrorist attack. 166 more words

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What to Do If You Get Pulled Over While Legally Armed – A Cop’s Perspective

By Chris Wagoner:

Recently, I was contacted by my local sheriff’s office and asked to help them out by developing training material for their deputies. This material would specifically provide legal guidelines for a police officer to follow in the state of Florida if someone he or she encountered had a concealed firearms license and was carrying a firearm, or had a firearm legally in their vehicle. 181 more words

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