Full Conceal Folding GLOCK

After James Holmes opened fire on a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado in July 2012, Mike Full decided that concealed carriers needed a better way to carry a full-sized pistol with higher-capacity magazines. Along with friend and entrepreneur Steve Pantalemon, Full developed a prototype of a folding GLOCK in his garage and debuted it at […]

CDC Hides Facts About Defensive Gun Use

The big boss sent me a link to an article this morning with one simple comment, “interesting.” The link goes to an article on the Blue Lives Matter Maven page claiming that the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) “buried” a study that found firearms are used for self-defense 2.46 million times a year. The study […]

Breaking News: Dick’s Destroys AR-15s

Dick’s Sporting Goods is destroying what its left of its AR-15s, MSRs and “high-capacity” magazine inventory. After the February 14th high school shooting in Parkland, Florida in which 17 people were murdered, Dick’s Sporting Goods announced their Field and Stream stores would cease the sale of “assault weapons” and “high-capacity magazines.” The company also stopped […]

Is the Comment Period on the Bump Stock Ban Sabotaged?

A divide and conquer strategy, also known as “divide and rule strategy” is often applied in the arenas of politics and sociology. In this strategy, one power breaks another power into smaller, more manageable pieces, and then takes control of those pieces one by one. – Gregory Cheadle, JD, MPA On March 23, 2018, President Trump made good […]

Citibank Issues new “Firearms Policy Best Practices”

Yesterday, (Thursday, March 29, 2018) Citigroup, the fourth largest bank in the United States announced a new “U.S. Commercial Firearms Policy” for “firearms sales best practices” for their business clients. The reasoning? “…We want to do our part as a company to prevent firearms from getting into the wrong hands.” To continue doing business with […]

Kroger Stops Selling AR-15 Magazines

I read a story this morning that made me sad. Not just due to my own nostalgia, but it made me sad for an entire industry. Before I could read or write, I loved flipping through glossy magazines. One of the first things I learned to read was the Goofus and Gallant cartoons in Highlights […]