BRIEFING ROOM: No More Compromises

Those who would spit on the Constitution and turn free men into slaves by disarming them are fond of saying they only want a “compromise” for “common-sense” gun control. The very definition of compromise is give and take. In the minds of gun-control fanatics, this mean we give and they take. Beware of wolves dressed

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BRIEFING ROOM: The Gloves Are Off

The cry by liberal politicians has been, “We don’t want to take your guns. We only want ‘sensible’ gun regulations.” Lately, however, they have become more brazen and admitted they don’t want to take some guns, they want to take all guns. In March of this year, retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens called

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BRIEFING ROOM: Backdoor Gun Control

Historically, people who would deprive us of our Second Amendment rights have been confined to the halls of Congress. Being largely unsuccessful on that front, they are trying to silence us in other ways. To be specific, this includes social media, retail outlets, and proposed new taxes. It’s no secret that some social media outlets

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Briefing Room: Firepower?

In the last few years, I’ve noticed many people seem to be overrunning their headlights on the range—shooting faster than they can make good hits, especially with pistols. I understand that in competition, time is a critical portion of the score. I get it. But while several “C” zones hit with a fast overall time

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Briefing Room: Slimming Down

Making New Year’s resolutions is an annual tradition, and it’s never too late to start. One of the most common is to lose weight. This is one of my resolutions, though not in the usual way. Let me explain. I have a pretty fair collection of firearms. I shoot all of them occasionally, and don’t

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BRIEFING ROOM: Gatekeepers at Houses of Worship

As this is written, the entire country has been shocked by yet another mass shooting. This one occurred at the First Baptist Church in the small town of Sutherland Springs, Texas. Twenty-six people were killed, with the victims ranging in age from 17 months to 77 years old. An armed citizen stopped the carnage by

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Briefing Room: Winter Projects

This time of year, most hunting seasons are over and training organizations are ramping up for spring. With cold weather setting in, evenings are the perfect time to complete projects you haven’t had time to get to. First up: a complete breakdown and cleaning of your firearms and other gear. Most semi-auto pistols are easy

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Briefing Room: Atrocity in Las Vegas

In the late evening on Sunday, October 1, evil incarnate came to Las Vegas, Nevada. Before committing suicide, a madman killed 58 people and wounded over 500 at an open-air concert. It was the lead story on all the networks for over a week. But unlike the mainstream media (MSM), we won’t sink to mentioning

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Briefing Room: Warning Shots

Recently my attention was brought to a paper published by the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) titled National Consensus Policy on Use of Force. One section of the paper dealt with warning shots, and read as follows: “Warning shots are inherently dangerous. Therefore, a warning shot must have a defined target and shall

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Briefing Room: Non-Peaceful Protests

Starting the day after Inauguration Day, we have seen what the popular media terms “peaceful protests.” And while many have in fact been peaceful, some would be better characterized as riots.

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