This is a guest post by Jennifer Just the other day, I was digging through a post on an archery forum. The members were discussing the relevance of bow and arrow in a modern world surrounded by guns.
This is a guest post by John Rawa Dogs have long been useful tools for protecting homes. Canines are loyal and benefit from training. Don’t underestimate how much training they need, either. You’ll want to ensure your dog is well grounded in tactics before letting them loose to protect you. Some breeds are faster learners […]
This is a guest post by Joseph Mack Since society evolved from the nomads to fixed location homes human beings, have created increasingly innovative ways to protect their property. The domestication of wolves into both beloved family pets and fierce security guards shows us that keeping our families and homes safe has been a priority […]
This is a guest post by Tara Stoddard Presentation and Functionality plays in every part of our lives. Kinda like my grandma always said. “Your porch is the window into your home.” Humm you say, how does that fit into firearm cleaning and maintenance? Your guns appearance and the way it functions shows dedication to […]
This is a guest post by Joseph Gleason Choosing a handgun is a very personal decision. One that only you can decide as it needs to perfectly fit in your hand, be small and light enough for you to carry. There are a lot of options out there so here are some tips to help […]
This is a guest post by Christina Doidge You are sleeping its midnight and suddenly you hear the dogs barking and a sound coming from inside your home. You get up half asleep and take your firearm. You slowly start moving towards the sound but you have a problem its dark and you cannot see […]
This is a guest post by Katey Hart Overview This week we will be comparing West Virginia and Florida gun laws. West Virginia and Florida both score high on gun rights.
This is a guest post by Katey Hart Overview While California and Nevada may be neighbors their gun laws are strikingly different. You should exercise more caution if you are from Nevada going to California with your firearms because gun laws in California are generally stricter.
This is a guest post by George Wauchope, from Guns For Sale Reviews Website. Anti-gun groups in America are constantly trying to erode the fundamental right to bear arms. Simply put, they don’t want citizens to be able to defend themselves. Seconds count in life-and-death situations, and one cannot wait for the Police to arrive when there […]
This is a guest post by Andrew Betts I didn’t stutter. Garbage. Baloney. Hooey. Hogwash. The notion of “over penetration” has been circulated a great deal. It’s been repeated again and again by gun counter know-it-alls and 1st Interwebz Division commandos, but there is virtually no reason to be concerned about it. I am fully […]
This is a guest post by Lisa Megan Women love their handbags more than anything else exists in this world. It’s just not an customary bag for them in fact, they consider it as the essential part of their body. The trend of carrying concealed carry bag is getting popular among them these days.
Overview This week we will be comparing Maryland and Tennessee gun laws. These two states are quite different in how they handle their handgun regulations, assault style weapons, secure weapon storage and many other firearm issues. We will highlight some of the biggest differences but this is in no way an exhaustive comparison.
This is a guest post by Andrew Betts Lehigh Defense is well known for producing gimmick pistol ammunition like the Controlled Fracturing Hollow Point as well as their Extreme Defender and Extreme Penetrator which are based on specious claims about magical fluid dynamic faerie dust.
This is a guest post by Gary Fretwell Have you ever considered getting a red dot sight for home defense? If not, you probably should.
This is a guest post by Rose Cabrera Home invasion is a terrifying situation for anyone. Aside from the terror it gives, it can also lead to beatings, rape or the loss of a loved one. While preventive measures are essential, it’s also important that you prepare yourself in the event that an actual invasion […]
This is a guest post by Andrew Betts For some reason, people desperately want birdshot to be suitable for home defense. They will come up with all manner of excuses to make that work.
This a guest post Let’s be real – you need the right AR Optic for your AR-15. Good thing we’re sharing how to pick the scope that hits the mark here. The AR-15 often gets a bad name. Most people don’t realize that the AR does not stand for assault rifle, but instead for Armalite rifle. […]
This is a guest post by Tarra Stoddard It has been all over the news the last few years how more and more women are buying and using guns in the United States. There has also been a surge in women only shooting groups. Gun Powder Gals, founded by Candy Sugarman, a former anti-gunner is […]
This is a guest post by Jeffery Nelson You knowing you need to secure your home but you aren’t sure what exactly to do first. Step one is understanding the risk is real and taking action.
This is a guest post by Kevin Steffey Probably the only subject to generate more squabbles than politics is the endless discussion of what qualifies as the best firearm for home defense and hunting. If you are considering purchasing a firearm, you need to ask yourself a few questions go out to shop.
Overview This week we are comparing two neighboring states: Alabama and Georgia. Both states are good states for gun owners as neither state requires registration or permits to purchase firearms.
This is a guest post by Andrew Betts That’s insane, right? .308 Win is a ridiculous choice for home defense because it penetrates way too deeply and cheap Russian ammo is just garbage. Right? Except, what if that wasn’t actually the case? What if cheap Russian .308 ammunition actually performed very well and what if […]
This is a guest post by Andrew Betts The VMAX Bullet – Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover Sometimes something that looks pretty decent on the surface turns out to be not so great. A .300 AAC loaded with 110 gr VMAX should perform pretty well, theoretically. Sometimes the devil is in the […]
Today gun ownership is a basic American right. Some 300 million firearms are owned by private American citizens in the US‐ i.e. around one gun for every man, woman and child in America, or nearly one third of the US population owns on gun or more. Many of these firearms were bought with home protection in […]
This is a guest post by Andrew Betts Over the past few years, a variety of companies have started making level III steel armor plates for very affordable prices. Purchasers of these plates have met harsh criticism on the gun forums because level III steel plates may be perforated by high velocity 5.56x45mm M193.
This is the first post of a weekly series comparing gun laws in different states. Overview Neither states require permits to purchase, nor do they have gun registration requirements. Both states require a concealed carry permit for handguns. Additionally both states are shall-issue states in regards to the issuance of concealed carry licenses. Though as […]