California mag limit repealed & reinstated
Such is how the anti-gunners go. They act quickly and push their agenda using the excuse of “safety” even though nowhere in the Bill of Rights it says, “These are the rights to all Americans, unless someone is afraid in the name of safety.”
But they don’t stop there.
They do things like
But wait, there’s more!
The current trend is the constant push for “Red Flag” Laws. The supposed goal of these laws is to disarm violent criminals before they kill someone with the goal. The problem is they involve a complete suspension of all due process and people losing their 2nd Amendment rights without sufficient evidence, a judge, a trial, counter arguments, jury, conviction, lawyers… none of it. A judge gets to arbitrarily decide that maybe you’re a criminal, so you lose your gun rights and you have to then prove your innocence after the fast.
That is completely anti-American.
Enough with the bad news, let’s move onto happier things.
Violent crime is a issue of the individual showing disregard of other people’s well being and the law.
You can’t change that through more laws that criminals will still ignore.
Conceal Carry Corner
These words should NEVER leave your mouth in a defensive encounter. This police officer accidentally grabbed a handgun instead of a taser, resulting in the subject they were attempting to arrest getting shot.
Be it police or civilian conceal carriers, everyone should be able to CYA – “Can You Articulate.” Each and ever action you take in a defensive encounter should be able to be explained in a meaningful way.
If you can’t, then your actions very well might’ve been the wrong actions, which can land you in all sorts of legal trouble.
Which is a nice segway into our next link.
Intervening into a third party encounter is a very risky and tricky business.
Do you know who the aggressor is? Or are you possibly attacking the victim of a violent attack?
Guns save lives – it’s that simple.
Competition breeds excellence.
Defensive gun uses are a competition between you and the other guy.
Can you perform under stress?
Speaking of competition, do you compete?
Practicing rapid fire is important, but expensive. Here’s a budget-friendly way to practice rapid fire.