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Cat & Whitney Potgeter: Defensive Shooting Techniques

NRA-certified instructors Cat and Whitney Potgeter introduce three defensive shooting techniques that could be utilized during a life-threatening encounter. These techniques are: point shooting, flash sight picture and sight shooting. Each has its own benefits and drawbacks, but the one you choose depends on the time available, the distance to your target and the accuracy needed to resolve the situation. ...

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A Call to Arms

In recent weeks our country has witnessed several tragedies involving firearms. It took no time for some people to start blaming the gun for the tragic event, not the hand that held the gun. While the folks on the left side of the 2nd Amendment call for more restrictions on legal gun ownership, I am calling you and all other ...

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In The Other Hand

Each of us develops our own preferences in shooting over time. It is natural to throw all of the handgun’s control to your dominate hand. Do you ever switch and shoot with your non-dominate hand? One of the reasons to carry is to be prepared in the event that we must defend ourselves or others. It is not uncommon to ...

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Martin/Zimmerman: Fuel For The Democrat Attack Machine

Recently, the Huffington Post Enquirer ran a post regarding the shooting of Trayvon Martin by George Zimmerman in Sanford, Florida, entitled Trayvon Martin Case: ‘Stand Your Ground’ Law At Center Of Shooting. The unwritten implication of this article is that enhanced self-defense laws, such as Florida’s, grant protection to murderers. The left have already begun spinning this killing into an attack on Republicans. Note, ...

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SB1: Indiana’s “No Illegal Police Entry” Bill

Last night, the Indiana General Assembly passed Senate Bill 1, which, once signed into law, will resolve a nearly year-long deprivation of the civil rights of residents of the State of Indiana. Readers who have followed me for the last year will be aware of my previous “Outrage In Indiana” posts on this very subject. For those who haven’t, let me recap. In Part One, on May ...

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Do You Carry at Home?

It is nothing new for those with Concealed Carry Licenses to have a gun strapped on when you leaving the house to go about your day to day business. What about when you are at home? Do you carry? In recent years home invasions have become increasingly common. There are many of these homes that have legally owned guns but ...

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From Across the Pond

Here in the United States we are fortunate to still have the right to have guns to protect ourselves and those around us. In some countries like the United Kingdom, most of those rights have been taken away from the law abiding citizen. In return there are some that are trying to regain those rights for citizens of the U.K. ...

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Lesson Learned

Gun owners are not surprised at hearing people speak of guns as dangerous or evil. We have faced these comments for many years but know that it is the gun that insures freedom when in the right hands or tyranny in the wrong hands. Most days I browse and read many articles concerning gun ownership and practices. Recently I read ...

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Clint Eastwood: Spokesman For The New Detroit

Much ado has been made about the Super Bowl Clint Eastwood/Chrysler commercial, expressing the theme that Detroit, and America at large, is making a comeback. In some conservative circles, “Dirty Harry” has been criticized as shilling for President Obama. But after reading this article by Mara Gay of The Daily, I’m convinced that the tough-guy libertarian may be the ideal ...

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