Gun Hero of the Day: Donald Rush

A hero with a gun came to the aid of two other good Samaritans in capturing a violent would-be armed robber in Seminole, Florida Sunday. Donald Rush, 40, visiting from Pennsylvania, accessed his gun and ended the mayhem without firing a shot. Sometimes bad guys, looking down the muzzle of a firearm, have just never […]

The Nation’s Longest-Running NRA Youth Camp: Day One

Smiles. Lots of smiles. I saw no end of smiles as I snapped some pics Friday at the nation’s longest-running NRA Youth Shooting Camp. Under sunny skies, about 120 young people aged 9-16 participated in the first of three days of pulling triggers. Seeing them succeed — like the young lady pictured above who had […]

Majority of African-American Families: Gun Ownership is Necessary

Just five years ago, less than a third of African-American families viewed gun ownership as a positive. The Pew Research Center reports that now nearly 60 percent of black families view gun ownership not only as a net positive, but as “necessary.” What’s more, African-American women lead the way as a demographic obtaining concealed carry licensing. […]

“My Kind of Place”: Florida Gov. Hopeful Likes Guns

Florida Gubernatorial hopeful Adam Putnam is the guy whose signature is on my Florida carry license. Mr. Putnam posted this photo on his Twitter account late last week. He tagged it, “My kind of place.” Indeed. Putnam has shown himself to be strongly pro-gun throughout his campaign for Governor. While the 2018 race continues to heat […]

Taurus Judge: Not the Best Choice for Carry?

The Taurus Judge series of .410-firing pistols proves that aggressive marketing can sell ice to Eskimos. The self-defense pistols aren’t ideal for handgun buyers seeking stopping power or concealability. Why are so many otherwise intelligent people purchasing — and presumably carrying — these enormous hand cannons? Let’s go to the tape . . . There […]