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The Armed Citizen® February 2010

When a woman knocked on the door, Donald Kaighn--an NRA member, World War II veteran and gun collector--opened it. Her car had broken down so Kaighn allowed the woman inside to use the phone, a favor she returned by spraying the 84-year-old's face with lighter fluid and hitting him in the head with the can.

The Armed Citizen® November 2010

A gas station clerk was working the register when a man walked in and confronted him. He slid a note to the clerk with the words "money now" inscribed on it and demanded the safe be opened. The clerk ran from the store and attempted to phone police, but his assailant quickly caught up with him.

The Armed Citizen® September 7, 2014

Joseph Sherman, owner of Westwind Automotive, was working late one evening after closing the shop when he heard someone turning the handle of the garage door. At first, he ignored it. But then he noticed the deadbolt being jostled. He glanced out the window and saw the shadow of someone trying to break in through the door.

SIGnificant Departure

Guns & Gear Editor Frank Winn reviews the SIG 320.

A Shift In Strategy

Defeated at the national level, Bloomberg borrows a page from the Allies’ Pacific campaign, taking his anti-gun initiatives “island hopping” from state to state.

The Armed Citizen® Four From Florida

After nearly 30 years, Florida residents know better than anyone else that they have nothing to fear from law-abiding citizens carrying firearms for self-defense.

70 Years ... And Counting

In late February, NRA American Warrior was afforded a rare and rapidly vanishing opportunity—an invitation to attend the reunion of a World War II unit.

Allan D. Cors Elected President Of The NRA

Allan D. Cors of Naples, Fla., has been elected by the National Rifle Association Board of Directors as president of the historic 144-year-old association.

The Armed Citizen® Super Seniors

Older Americans are aware that they are more prone to being targeted by those who wish to make them a victim. Fortunately, many are also quite capable of taking care of themselves when the chips are down, as these five stories from last year show.

The Armed Citizen® | Jewelry Store Robberies

Jewelry stores make tempting targets for professional thieves, but these workers weren’t taking it lying down. Check out these “jewels” from the Armed Citizen® archives.

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