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The Armed Citizen® May 6, 2011

Though Rocco Bombara's legs were amputated due to a medical condition, he is far from helpless. "He's not someone to mess with," said his daughter Nicco. "He's pretty tough. He does everything on his own."

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.

The Armed Citizen® June 19, 2012

A man came to the door of Herschel Matheny, 82, and Jacqueline Hicks, 75, one morning and asked to use their telephone.

The Armed Citizen® February 26, 2013

Douglas Downs, 48, was at home with a friend, 36-year-old Andrew Boyd, shortly after midnight when several armed men broke into his home and tried to rob him.

Philadelphia Judge Allows NRA Lawsuit To Resume

NRA lawsuits against the illegal gun ordinances found in several Pennsylvania cities have been held up in the courts on a legal technicality.

Dreadful Pittsburgh Two-Fer: Home Invasion, Then Burglary

Some our most courageous top cops have lately bucked the media trend to force-feed disarmament of regular citizens.

How Your NRA Goes To Court

NRA litigators are deployed on cases in courtrooms across the U.S., and they play to win.

BATFE’s Little Shop Of Horrors

Rather than concentrating on targeting dangerous armed felons and violent gun traffickers, BATFE sting operations are targeting mentally disabled persons in cities throughout the country.

Media Moving Toward Truth On Big-Game Hunting

While poaching is reprehensible, blaming law-abiding hunters for illegal killing of animals is equally wrong.

Third Century | Ashley Hlebinsky

Firearms museum curator Ashley Hlebinsky explains why firearm history is American history.

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