Concealed Carry


Interior to Review Guns in Parks Policy

The Obama administration says it will not appeal a federal court ruling that prohibits carrying loaded guns in national parks and wildlife refuges.

Concealed Carry: Wife Shoots Husband in Self-Defense

A local woman's act of self-defense might have saved her life and the lives of four family members, the Winter Haven Police Department reported. According to police, a Winter Haven man who threatened early Tuesday to shoot and kill members of his family instead was shot by his wife.

Armed Hero Saves 4 Lives

There's nothing like a justifiable homicide to bring out the bigotry resting in the heart of Old Media reporters. Last week, Demario Brown, on the run from police, held up two women at gunpoint and forced them into the house they were visiting, and then held two additional victims at gunpoint while demanding money he claimed was stolen from him.

Leaders Disagree On Timeline for Assault Weapons Ban

President Obama and his Mexican counterpart, Felipe Calder, are still blaming American gun owners for Mexico's crime problem, and outlined a common approach Thursday to combating drug violence, climate change and trade disputes but appeared to part ways over the urgency of reinstating a U.S. ban on assault weapons. Their disagreement: When to implement the ban on semi-automatics.

Analyst: Firearms Would Fix Pirates

A retired Navy captain who now serves as an analyst says arming the civilians who run freight ships through the waters offshore from Somalia would allow them to defend themselves and fix much of the pirate problem.

Homeland Issued ‘Extremism’ Report Despite Objections

Homeland Security Department apologizes to Veterans, not gun owners.

Savage Sues Napolitano for Targeting Vets

Radio talk show host Michael Savage has teamed up with the Thomas More Law Center of Ann Arbor, Mich., to file a lawsuit against Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano for targeting gun owners, veterans and conservatives as so-called extremists.

Shootout Leaves Homeowner, Suspect Wounded

Homeowner in an upscale Palm City neighborhood puts a .40 cal handgun to good use when she stops an intruder armed with a shotgun.

Obama Minion Stands by “Extremist” Report

Homeland Security Secretary Napolitano calling gun owners homegrown terrorists.

CCRKBA Condemns DHS Report on “Extremism”

A volatile assessment of so-called Rightwing Extremism by the Obama administration's Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is an insult to political conservatives, military veterans and American gun owners, and demands an immediate apology, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms said today.

Homeland Security’s Gun Smuggling Report Misleads Law Enforcement

Why does Homeland Security's gun smuggling report mislead law enforcement?

Ohio: Proposed Anti-Gun Regulations for County Workers Softened

In Summit County, Ohio, home to the city of Dayton, county officials have proposed regulations to prohibit county employees from having access to firearms while on the job. But after criticism that some of the proposals violated Second Amendment rights, the county no longer will seek to prohibit employees from carrying a legal firearm or handgun in their personal vehicles when they are working a move that effectively would have barred workers from having a weapon while commuting to and from work, the Columbus Dispatch reported.

Tactical Video: Massad Ayoob’s Sustained Fire Drill

Respected firearms trainer Massad Ayoob demonstrates and explains the sustained fire drill.

Tactical Video: Taking the Front Sight Challenge

The Front Sight challenge pits everyday gun owners against police and tactical professionals in a friendly, head-to-head competition. This is Reality TV for Gun Digest fans.

Open Carry Suit Filed in Wisconsin

Open-Carry Suit Filed in Wisconsin: Today civil rights attorney John Monroe filed a federal lawsuit against West Milwaukee and it's police force for gross abuses of power against a man solely because the man was legally carrying a holstered gun.

U.S. Stymied as Guns Flow to Mexican Cartels

John Phillip Hernandez, a 24-year-old unemployed machinist who lived with his parents, walked into a giant sporting goods store here in July 2006, and plunked $2,600 in cash on a glass display counter. A few minutes later, Mr. Hernandez walked out with three military-style rifles. One of those rifles was recovered seven months later in Acapulco, Mexico, where it had been used by drug cartel gunmen to attack the offices of the Guerrero State attorney general, court documents say. Four police officers and three secretaries were killed.

Editor's Note: This story espouses the much-touted "90 Percent" number of guns allegedly entering Mexico from the U.S. This statistic has been widely refuted; we include this story and an excerpt to its source at the New York Times to demonstrate some media's reckless abandonment of facts in reporting.

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