This year has been a crazy and very eventual year so far in 2020. From the global pandemic to protest and riots, 2020 has rocked America and the world. All the uncertainty and chaos of the times people have turned to their Second Amendment rights to keep and bear arms.
On Sunday, a gunman opened fire at a Texas Church killing two churchgoers. The gunman was killed by churchgoers who returned fire at the gunman in the church.
The FBI processed the second-highest number of NICS checks in a single day. On Black Friday this year the FBI processed 202,465 NICS background checks. For comparison on Black Friday 2018 the FBI conducted only 182,093 NICS checks.
Last night, I was browsing Geissele’s website to see what my next potential purchase would be. When I went to the navigation bar and I noticed a new section called Special Agent. I clicked on the link and found out that Geissele is now selling products that used to fulfill government contracts, specifically the FBI.
There is a lot to consider when conceal carrying. If you are reading this you are potentially on the fence about conceal carry or conceal carry infrequently. Deep down you are asking yourself, “Should I conceal carry? If so, why should I?” Today, I am here to help you answer the question, “Should I conceal carry?”
Around 8:40 am CST a man wearing tactical clothing and gear exchanges fire with Federal Officers outside of Earle Cabell Federal Building Monday morning.
Last Friday San Francisco police raided the home of a freelance journalist Bryan Carmody. Eight to ten uniformed officers walked up to Mr. Carmody’s front door with sledgehammers ready to breach he’s residence