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Common Sense in Concealed Carry
Common Sense in Concealed Carry
Rick Sapp — September 30, 2016

I recently studied a news item from Miami in which a woman raced home when her alarm system sent her an alert. She called 911, and subsequently caught a 17-year-old thief by herself. In the ensuing confrontation, she shot and killed him. Apparently he was climbing out a window when…

Magnum Research 9mm Baby Desert Eagle Steel-Framed Pistol
Magnum Research 9mm Baby Desert Eagle Steel-Framed Pistol
Scott W. Wagner — September 30, 2016

The Baby Desert Eagle (Don’t worry, fellas…the word “baby” does not appear on the gun itself!) is a modified version of the excellent CZ 75 family of handguns that was designed in—you guessed it—1975. The original version of the CZ 75 was a double-action/single-action pistol which…

Coming Home to Beretta: Many Soldiers Choose Familiarity After Service
Coming Home to Beretta: Many Soldiers Choose Familiarity After Service
Robert Campbell — September 28, 2016

It is only natural that military men and women cling to their service pistols. » THERE ARE MANY implements of war. The halberd is long gone, but the rocket launcher and line-of-sight range finders are pretty important. The handgun (which can be classified somewhere between the previous two) has…

The Second Amendment Gives Nothing…
The Second Amendment Gives Nothing…
Beth Alcazar — September 27, 2016

“A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.” – The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution I’m not a Constitutional expert. But what if I told you that the…