Category Archives: Concealed Carry

Campus carry opponents plan to keep pushing, even with law in effect

For four years, dozens of faculty members, students, Lawrence residents and more fought against the inevitable: that guns would be allowed on the University’s campus. Protests, petitions, lobbying, demonstrations and letters were not enough to stop a 2013 law from going into effect three weeks ago on July 1, 2017. Now, these advocates have to…

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SCSD1 board members skeptical of allowing conceal-carry

RANCHESTER — Several Sheridan County School District 1 board members had reservations about allowing educators to conceal-carry firearms on school campuses. At the Wednesday meeting, SCSD1 board members sounded off and heard from community stakeholders concerning district staff members wielding firearms. The SCSD1 board did not take any official action on the matter, and members…

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Concealed-carry permit applicants level off

After a sizeable spike in 2016 that nearly doubled the previous year’s total, the number of concealed handgun permits issued by the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office appears to be leveling off. From Jan. 1 through July 17 of this year, the sheriff’s office issued 1,034 permits. By comparison, 1,933 permits were issued last year, a…

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Why is Austin’s Chief of Police Pleading for Gun Control?

In early December, The Huffington Post brought Austin, Texas into the gun control discussion. Austin’s claim to fame? It is the only major US city to not have a mass shooting in the past 6 years. However, if you listen to the Police Chief Art Acevedo, you would think the city was under imminent threat! Acevedo is a…

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Situation Awareness: Developing It Could Save Your Life!

What women want is safety. Preppers want this as well. How do you surround yourself with a comfort zone where survival isn’t stressing you out constantly? You learn to live outside of the white zone most people exist within. Situational awareness may have begun as a military concept, but it’s mainstream today. With mass shootings…

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Why Conservatives Are Willing to Be Called Crazy Gun Owners

The Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution reads: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” Liberals believe this wording only protects gun ownership rights within State militias— the equivalent to today’s National Guard. In contrast,…

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3 Reasons Your Right to Carry a Concealed Gun Is Under Threat

[ssad ssadblk=”Top Right Ad”]Do you feel secure that the Second Amendment protects your right to carry a gun? Does the ruling by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, which affirms that requiring applicants to demonstrate good cause beyond self-defense “amounted to a destruction of the Second Amendment right” bolster your confidence? It shouldn’t. The decision…

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Women and the Conceal and Carry Movement

[ssad ssadblk=”Top Right Ad”]Statistics show that most women never attain Annie Oakley skills, so what’s driving the conceal and carry movement among women? Is it a desire to be proactive in a country where sexual assault happens every 107 seconds? Do women believe carrying a gun will erase their physical size and strength disadvantage? Or are…

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Prepper

It’s well established in human psychology that we have a tendency to cross the utmost limits when faced with situations risking existence and safety of our families. Our Great Union has faced certain encounters in its history which makes it even more important to prepare for worst. For this purpose a wide range of preppers…

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Concealed carry refers to a weapon

Pistols when designed as early as the 1820s by Henry Deringer were once linked to drug lords, assassins and gamblers. Concealed carry refers to a weapon carried in public in a concealed or hidden manner. Most of the American states respect individual’s right to carry a concealed weapon. Due to this, nowadays ultra-rich businessmen, law-enforcement…

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