Tennessee Law Exempting County Commissioners From Public Building Gun Ban Takes Effect July 1

A few animals who exercise their Second Amendment rights are about to be more equal than others in Tennessee. A new state law that creates a special exemption for county commissioners so that they may legally exercise their Second Amendment rights in public buildings containing courthouses is about to go into effect. From wbir.com: Anderson […]

Brownells CCW Sash: Must Have Tacticool Accessory?

  The Brownells company has faithfully served gun owners for decades. Furthermore, the People of the Gun appreciate companies that don’t bend to the whims of social justice warriors. And Brownells has lots of good products as well as a few oddball offerings to accommodate virtually any gun owner, including the “CCW Sash”. At first I […]

In Defense of Appendix Carry

If you’ve been following along, you know that we ran a video recently of a carrier whose holstered GLOCK 43 fired when he bent over. He was carrying inside the waistband at 12 o’clock. In other words, AIWB. We took the opportunity yesterday to re-run John Boch’s explainer on why he thinks appendix carry is […]

I Don’t Like Appendix Carry And Here’s Why

Over the weekend, we ran a video showing a concealed carrier who had just replaced his handgun in his holster. He was carrying AIWB and when he later bent over, the gun fired.  Besides speculation as to what caused the gun to discharge, the incident prompted plenty of discussion about the advisability — or lack thereof […]

Good Guy With A Gun Interrupts Armed Robbery in Worcester, MA

Worcester, Massachusetts police say that 20-year-old Jeremy Cintron worked as an aspiring armed robber. Potentially voted “Most Likely to Be Imprisoned” by his high school class, Cintron knew the Bay State’s onerous gun laws keep most of his potential victim pool disarmed. He didn’t count on a witness having a gun though. From WHDH TV: Worcester […]

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