Safety vs Readiness: Find Your Personal Balance

There is a large contingent of gun users who are adamant that the only safety a gun needs is a little control over your booger hook. Well, I would like to present an alternative view.  Manual safeties are not the enemy of readiness that some would have you believe. We can probably agree that the […]

When the Bad Guys Aren’t Always Bad Guys

On Monday, Lebanon Police Officer Wheat responded to a man being attacked by a pair of boxers. He arrived at Memorial Park to see an elderly man bloodied on his arms and legs and his Yorkshire Terrier lying dead. While assessing the situation, one of the suspected boxers returned to the scene charging toward the […]

Re-Establishing Castle Doctrine in Indy

Last May, the Indiana State Supreme Court [above] ruled that citizens living in the Hoosier state don’t have the right to resist law enforcement officers entering their home—even when the police don’t have a warrant. Yes, you read that correctly. How, you may ask, is this ruling in compliance with the 4th Amendment that protects citizens from […]