If you kill someone in self-defense, are you guilty of homicide? Well, yes, technically speaking, but we’ll get into that more in a minute. You know as well as I do that lawyers get paid by the page, so any discussion of the legal issues surrounding a self-defense incident could break the internet. We just […]
One foot in this photo is in a legal concealed carry zone, while the other is in a gun free zone. Make sense to you? Me neither. Useless, pointless, ineffective and ill-conceived legislation gets people killed. Write your congress leech.
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Back to back Second Amendment victories emerged from an unlikely source – the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. In two cases filled with irony, it turned out that California’s recent ban on open carry paved the way for the concealed carry victory. Huh? Monkeys are now flying out of my… well, never mind. While California […]
Given the confusion, lies and pure garbage being regurgitated by the mainstream media about gun sales and background checks, it seems appropriate to release this excerpt from our forthcoming book, The Insanely Practical Guide to Guns and Shooting. We hope you enjoy! You can buy all sorts of things online. The Jack LaLanne Power Juicer, […]
I almost went postal today. I think. But it was a contract deal, so I’m not sure. You see, I stopped by an ACE Hardware store near my home. ACE is the place. Ours sells everything from designer spackle to multi-color Post-It Notes to Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. I know this because the Reese’s are […]
“Oh, signs, signs, everywhere there’s signs Blocking up the scenery, breaking my mind Do this, don’t do that, can’t you read the sign?” While the 5 Man Electrical Band was nowhere to be found, the city of St. Louis took the message to heart – and even hired James Earl Jones to make new audio […]