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Break-In

When Guy Sagi heard someone trying to break into his home, he met the threat head on. However, he admits he could have handled the situation better.

Beware Those Bearing Shrubbery

Overnighting in a gun-free zone may be uncomfortable, but my trip last week highlights just how ineffective “security” can be.

Tough Decision

Two of the four men who tried to rob a Houston, Texas, bar at gunpoint earlier this month died when one of the patrons was carrying—the “hero” is still at large.

Know an Industry More Generous?

Whether the recipients are those willing to stand on the front line of freedom or victims of happenstance, your firearm passion fuels worthwhile efforts across the nation. Here’s a snapshot of the gun industry’s generosity in the last month!

Easy Mark?

Disabled man in North Carolina proved again last week that when it comes to criminals targeting a lawful citizen, a self-defense firearm is the great equalizer.

If They Only Had a Brain

Now the pair can wile away the hours, becomin' jail flowers, consultin' with the pain-of being shot by a 74-year-old woman during an attempted armed robbery.

Guns Ahead

A township declaring itself “not a gun-free zone” has created a feeding frenzy among mainstream media, but their unwillingness to grapple with numbers means they’ll never report why the signage is a sound investment.

Time To Poke Some Fun

When President Obama claims fresh vegetables are harder to purchase than guns in some places, it’s hard to ignore the puns.

After the Tornado

On March 25, the severe weather that hit west of Tulsa, Okla., was quickly followed by opportunistic criminals, including a pair who targeted the home of a 92-year-old, legally blind woman with a handgun.

Ruger Responds to Pandemic with Staff and Community Support

Ruger joined a number of gun companies in offering support to its local community during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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