As reported, a woman used a handgun to stop the violent intruder who had just shot her husband:
Monthly Archives: November 2010
I’ve previously discussed how robbers often harm even those victims who fully cooperate. A terrible pair of casse from Algona and Humboldt Iowa reinforce this point:
As reported, an armed coffee shop employee shot a robber in self defense.
Last year, I mentioned how the 2009 Gallup’s annual Crime Poll showed record low support for stricter gun control laws. The same poll conducted this year broke that record, showing even lower support for stricter gun control:
Since today is Thanksgiving, I would like to take this opportunity to thank the visitors to this website for doing me the honor of caring to read what I write.
Over the past month or so, I’ve reprinted a few articles that were provided by Mark LeClair of Smart Tactics, a security consultation and instruction company. Mark recently sent me another article, entitled “Firing options and thinking out of the box,” which can be seen below. Just as interesting as the content of the article is the rather strong reaction that some people have had to the article’s advice about where one should aim. I’ve found that heated debates and … Continued
As reported, a homeowner used his gun to stop a burglar:
A recent negligent discharge case, in which a concealed carry permit holder shot himself in the leg, teaches several important lessons:
As reported, a pair of robbers were shot by one of their victims:
As reported, an elderly man used his shotgun to stop a gang of 5 robbers who were threatening his family:
As I’ve discussed before, President Obama is about as anti gun as it gets. He was endorsed by the Brady Campaign, and chose gun rights opponent Joe Biden to be his vice president. Since taking office, he has nominated anti gun individuals such as Attorney General Eric Holder, Department of Homeland Security head Janet Napolitano, and State Department official Harold Hongju Koh to key positions within his administration. This trend continues with Obama’s nomination of Andrew Traver to head the … Continued
I’ve previously discussed how robbers often harm even those victims who fully cooperate. Along similar lines, I’ve mentioned how running from a robber can leave a crime victim no better off. As a recent armed robbery from Cincinnati, OH shows, there are robbers who don’t even given their victim a chance to cooperate before opening fire:
I primarily write about self defense cases in the United States. This is because I’m an American, who focuses first and foremost on American gun and self defense rights. However, as the case below from South Africa shows, armed self defense saves crime victims all around the world:
I’ve previously discussed the ongoing drug cartel violence in Mexico, and the unreasonable attempts to blaming American gun owners for that situation. Recently, the Mexican ambassador has rekindled the debate, blaming the NRA and law abiding gun owners for that country’s internal violence and drug cartels. In the video clip below, Wayne LaPierre discusses the situation:
As reported, a man used his gun to stop a would-be copper thief who became violent:
As reported, a man who attempted to rob a Church’s Chicken customer at knifepoint was shot in self defense by his victim:
As reported, a homeowner shot one of the two men who were breaking into his home in the early morning hours:
As reported, the daughter of a homeowner who was being attacked shot the intruder, saving her mother:
Below is my review of the Beretta 92, which is also known as the Beretta M9 in military circles:
As reported, a homeowner used his handgun to stop a pair of late-night intruders:
Below is an article by Mark LeClair of Smart Tactics, a security consultation and instruction company. This is Part II of “Know Your Home” – Part I can be found here.
As reported, a man and his girlfriend used their shotgun to chase off a pair of violent home invading robbers:
As reported, a man who was burglarizing a home was fatally shot in self defense by the homeowner:
As reported, a homeowner used his gun to fend off a trio of burglars:
The results from the November 2, 2010 election were quite favorable towards gun rights. Below is a press release from Gun Owners of America which discusses the victories:
As reported, a sporting goods store owner used his gun to stop an armed robber:
It should go without saying that voting is a sacred right which we should all exercise. I encourage everyone who has not yet done so to go vote right now. For those who have not yet done their research, candidate endorsement information is available from the National Rifle Association and Gun Owners of America.
As reported, a burglar was fatally shot in self defense by an armed resident of the home which was burglarized:
Below is a video clip by Otis McDonald, the plaintiff in the McDonald v. Chicago case which led to the end of the Chicago handgun ban. In this video clip, he discusses gun rights, the upcoming election, the McDonald v. Chicago case, and more. He also endorses Bill Brady for IL Governor: