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The Armed Citizen® November 2009

Studies indicate that firearms are used over 2 million times a year for personal protection, and in many instances, their presence prevents crime.

The Armed Citizen® January 6, 2012

It was not a good day on the job for one would-be burglar. First, he tried to climb in the window of 77-year-old Donald McElrea’s home, but was caught in the act. Pistol in hand, McElrea confronted the burglar.

For the Armed Citizen

In his presentation, entitled, "Sheepdogs! The Bulletproof Mind for the Armed Citizen," Lt. Col. Dave Grossman offered attendees sage advice on multiple aspects of personal protection.

Perfect 10's

Two classic pump-action shotguns have been at the forefront for decades—the Remington Model 870 and Mossberg’s Model 500.

Another Kind Of War, Another Kind Of Warrior

One hundred and fifty years ago this week, Abraham Lincoln made his disastrous visit to Ford’s Theatre.

Glock 19 Moves In At MARSOC

Gaston Glock might know more about the Glock 19, but when he won’t take our call, we ring up former Navy SEAL and Trident Concepts’ Jeff Gonzales.

Why Can’t We Simply Carry?

National reciprocity remains the ultimate goal.

Isn’t The Second Amendment About Hunting, Too?

The Second Amendment is about defense, all right – but it’s about hunting too!

Under What Circumstances Is It OK To Forcibly Disarm Law-Abiding Americans?

Our rights are liable to be under siege every time an emergency strikes.

Preventable Deaths Show Need For Personal Protection

A deranged man recently went on a crime rampage that left two dead and four injured in Maine. Even more devastating, it could all have been prevented.

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