The Armed Citizen

The Armed Citizen® April 22, 2022

True stories of the right to keep and bear arms.

Overcoming COVID Obstacles, NRA Holds 149th Annual Meeting Of Members In Tucson

In accordance with the NRA’s bylaws and other legal requirements, the 149th NRA Annual Meeting of Members was held at Loews Ventana Canyon Resort, in Tucson, Ariz., on October 24, 2020. Because of COVID-19 restrictions and concerns surrounding large gatherings, the historic Members’ Meeting had been postponed twice, putting NRA in the difficult position of finding a suitable and safe location on short notice.

The Armed Citizen® March 26, 2020

Three women leaving a bar just after midnight on Jan. 24 in Cape Coral, Fla., allegedly were pursued by a man who bought them drinks and then began acting erratically.

Colorado Sheriffs Unite Against “Red Flag” Law

At press time, Colorado Gov. Jared Polis signed “Red Flag” restrictions into law. However, those who have to enforce them are rising in fierce opposition.

The Danger Of The CDC Cherry Picking Gun Use Research

The Centers for Disease Control has been choosing to promote anti-gun research while ignoring any facts that support gun ownership.

Kim Rhode Wins ISSF World Cup

Rhode bested more than 200 competitors to win her 21st gold medal at the International Shooting Sport Federation match in Tucson, Ariz.

Why Did The CDC Bury Data On Self-Defense Gun Usage?

Researcher uncovers crucial data from the Centers for Disease Control regarding self-defense gun usage.

The Armed Citizen® | Arizona Part 2

With the Colt SAA as their state firearm, there should be no doubt that Arizonans value the right to self-defense.

An Astronaut Reaching For The Stars … And Grasping At Straws

If Mark Kelly wants to “protect responsible gun ownership,” why does he attempt to undermine it at every turn?

Tucson Forced To Pay Up After Gun Destruction Case

Last week, the Tucson City Council finally relented and ended its long-standing policy of illegally destroying guns that were seized by police or turned in by citizens. The decision followed a ruling by the Arizona Supreme Court that struck down a city ordinance allowing for the destruction of confiscated firearms. Had the city not agreed to end its practice, it would have had to forgo $57 million in shared-state revenues.

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