Austin Bombings – Time to Tool Up?

“Police in Austin said an explosion in a residential neighborhood Sunday night appeared to be related to the three bombs that detonated earlier this month,” reports, “plunging the Texas capital further into a frightening mystery that forced residents to remain locked in their home as investigators scoured the area for answers.” Sensible, law-abiding Americans know . . . that […]

Canada (2015): Rifle Ends Grizzly Home Invasion

It was 4:30 a.m. on Sunday, 9 August, 2015, in Kimberly, British Columbia when Niki and Mark Traverse’ pet dog, a 9 1/2 year old Jack Russel Terrior named Sid, started barking frantically. Niki went to investigate, and came within five feet of a grizzly bear. From “It was 10 feet from our son’s […]

Night Vision for Home Defense? Seriously?

Press release: –-( It’s your worse nightmare. Something went “CRASH!” in the living room and now you’re lying in bed, shocked awake and quietly trying to hold your breath while straining for tendrils of sound. The sole focus of your existence at this moment is trying to classify the problem as routine or something far worse. Is […]

NSSF: Unload Your Gun Before You Get in Your Car

The civilian disarmament industrial complex has taken to highlighting “irresponsible” gun owners who leave firearms in their cars — only to have them (the guns) stolen and used by criminals. Cops too! In response, the National Shooting Sports Foundation has produced a Firearms Safety in Vehicles. Among its recommendations . . . – When finished […]