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The Armed Citizen® December 2009

Police say a club-wielding intruder entered a home's unlocked front door while the residents were inside. He snuck down a hallway, entered a bedroom and began stealing a coin collection. The homeowner heard the ruckus and accosted the intruder, who merely shouted threats and continued taking the coins.

The Armed Citizen® June 2010

Police said that early one morning, an armed suspect burst into a home office in an area described by one resident as "a quiet neighborhood." Hearing the burglar, the resident quickly armed himself with a firearm. When the burglar approached, the resident feared for his life and shot the suspect, killing him.

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® September 2010

A 15-year-old boy was alone in his mother’s apartment when he heard a strange sound.

The Armed Citizen

In honor of the 125th anniversary of American Rifleman, the following is an excerpt from the September, 1958 issue: The first Armed Citizen.

The Siege Of Nova Firearms

Will anti-gun activists bully a vet out of opening a gun store in Arlington, Va.?

Sons of Heller

Here are several cases that have expanded firearms freedom since the landmark Heller case.

Steampunk Guns

Steampunk Guns is a new display opening at NRA’s National Firearms Museum.

The Sharp Edge Of Australian Crime

Defenders of Australia’s gun confiscation have evidence—but it’s not the right evidence.

Standing Guard | Anti-Gunners Say If One Gunman Kills, All Gun Owners Should Pay

Anti-gunners use collective guilt to implicate lawful gun owners in the acts of madmen.

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