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Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe vetoed Senate Bill 626 and House Bill 766, gun rights bills that would have expedited the concealed carry permit process for domestic violence victims who file for a protective order. As Bearing Arms notes, this bill would have allowed individuals to carry a concealed handgun for 45 days after the issuance of a protective […]

If a gun fires in the forest, and there’s nobody around…. According to the New York Times article by Jack Healy entitled In Quiet Woods, A Clamorous Gun Debate, America’s cultural divide over guns has gone into the woods. As growing numbers of hikers and backpackers flood national forests and backcountry trails searching for solitude, […]

According to Charleston Gazzette-Mail‘s article Thousands Seek Concealed Weapons Permits in WV, “roughly 13,000 residents of West Virginia received a carry permit from Jan. 1 through the end of March this year.”If permits continue to rise, West Virginia could have the largest amount of permit requests since 2009. West Virginia isn’t the only state seeing […]

Why have shooters around the world flocked to the Austrian “wonder gun” for self-defense? In 4 Reasons Why New Shooters Choose GLOCK For Self-Defense, Personal Defense World list why thousands of shooters convert to GLOCK. Simple Operation. It is simple to use and shooters enjoy how it does not have any switches or levers that are difficult […]

Its often said that carrying a concealed handgun is a lifestyle. Truer words have never been spoken. Adding a concealed handgun to your daily attire is a huge commitment that can be a pain both literally and figuratively. But, take heed. As burdensome as carrying a handgun can be, that’s the easy part. Becoming proficient with your […]