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The Armed Citizen® July 2010

When Michael Lish returned home to find the back door and a window ajar, he entered cautiously with his handgun for protection. As he inspected his home, a man dressed in dark clothing and wielding a sword sprung out at him. Police say the burglar threatened Lish and walked toward him.

The Armed Citizen® January 30, 2015

A 34-year-old man broke into the home of Neil Reller and assaulted him. Reller fought back, causing the intruder to flee. The suspect then showed up a few miles away at the home of 72-year-old Ethel Himes and told her he had been assaulted.

Leading The Way To The Second Amendment

Here is our field guide to supporting the Second Amendment.

Campus Carry Momentum

Nearly half the states have considered allowing on-campus concealed carry in the last few years, and a minimum of 11 more will consider it in 2015.

Mother Files Suit Over Shirt

After her son was arrested for refusing school officials’ demands that he remove an NRA t-shirt, a West Virginia mother has filed a federal lawsuit against the school board.

Open On Sundays

More states may be ready to repeal a silly law prohibiting hunting on Sunday. Mark Chesnut looks at the legal and economic ramifications.

The Armed Citizen® Pharmacy Robberies

A survey of armed pharmacists and employees defending their establishments.

A Little Good News In Nevada And Mississippi

Twenty-three states now have CCW reciprocity in Nevada, thanks to the action of Gov. Brian Sandoval.

More States Honor Historical Connections With Official Firearms

There are official state seals, birds and flowers—and over the last four years, six states have also adopted state firearms.

Attorneys General Urge Supreme Court To Hear Gun Case

Highland Park attorneys now have an opportunity to respond, and then the Supreme Court will consider whether it will hear the case.

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