CapArms Question of the Day: Fake Cops! It Should Have Been a Defensive Gun Use?

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kfor.com reports that a Choctaw, Oklahoma a resident and his wife “told police that three men, who claimed to be police officers, came to the door and asked if they had…

Daily Digest: Trump’s Agenda, Shannon Flails, and Lefties Learn to Count to Two

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Go long on suppressors . . . 3 Gun Laws President Trump Could Change Within the Next Month – “The NRA spent more than $36 million on advertising supporting its favored…

Defensive Gun Use of the Day: Concealed Carrying Uber Driver Stops Highway Robbery

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Uber does all it can to ensure that its on-demand cars are rolling gun-free zones. As you may already know, the company prohibits both its drivers and their passengers from carrying…

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Springfield Armory Daily Digest: Shotgun Weddings, The Power of Paper, and Armed Old Guys

  If this isn’t enough reason to get hitched, I don’t know what is . . . At this Texas jewelry store, buy a ring, get a gun – “A…

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Springfield Armory Daily Digest: Original Meaning, A Temporary Ban, and the Agony of Regret

Clinton’s Missed Opportunity on Guns – “Compared with the rest of the third presidential debate Wednesday night, the opening conversation about the Constitution was practically Lincoln-Douglas-like as the candidates answered questions and…

DeSantis Gunhide Question of the Day: Are ‘High Capacity’ Magazines Really a Must?

Reader freddy fender writes: It’s probably safe to say that most readers are convinced they must have 30 or more rounds in a magazine for effective self-defense, at home or…

Clown with Machete: Defensive Gun Use of the Day? [NSFW]

Are we to assume that this video is for shizzle? To do that, we’d have to set aside the mismatched audio and ignore the fact that World Star is to journalism what…

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When Javelinas Attack: It Should Have Been a DGU

While growing up, I read all kinds of advice saying that Javelinas aren’t dangerous. I read, over and over, that all the old stories of them attacking humans were old wives…

“Just before noon on Monday, 35-year-old T.J. Antell, who had served in the Marines, watched the unfolding of a domestic dispute between a man and a woman outside a Walgreens in Arlington, Texas, authorities said. The man, a soldier stationed at Fort Hood, allegedly fired a gun twice, one bullet burying into the ground and another striking the woman. He then climbed into his truck in the parking lot and attempted to leave when Antell tried to stop him.” So reports the Washington Post. And nothing at all good came of Antell’s efforts to stop a fleeing suspect . . .

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Personal Defense Tip: Approach Domestic Disputes With Extreme Caution

“Just before noon on Monday, 35-year-old T.J. Antell, who had served in the Marines, watched the unfolding of a domestic dispute between a man and a woman outside a Walgreens in…

DGU Week in Review: Hometown Heroes Edition

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It’s worth mentioning that many of our DGU reports occur in small towns, far away from the mega-cities where anti-gun influence so often restricts our natural right to armed self…