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The Armed Citizen® December 2010

His delivery completed, a pizza driver began to drive away when a masked man accosted him with a shotgun and announced a robbery. The driver drew a handgun that he was licensed to carry and shot the suspect.

The Armed Citizen® January 2011

Boom! A ruckus woke a woman and her two young children. Her first thought was that an earthquake had occurred, and she quickly called her husband at work to confirm it. No earthquake had been reported.

The Armed Citizen® Volunteers At Heart

Tennesseans still take up arms—often in defense of themselves and others.

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® Without Firing A Shot

Here are five cases just this year in which armed citizens silently used their guns successfully.

The Armed Citizen® Grandparents

These senior citizens took up arms to protect family members or themselves.

The Armed Citizen® Texas

These armed Texans upheld the state’s reputation for independence by defending themselves.

The Armed Citizen® Pennsylvania

Residents of the Keystone State are quite capable at defending themselves with firearms.

The Armed Citizen® Super Moms

These armed mothers took the necessary actions to keep their children out of harm’s way.

The Perfect Target: Disabled, Disarmed, Defenseless And Abandoned

Harvey Lembo stopped a home invader with a gun, but now he’s being told to give it up.

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