Are you Prepared to Defend Yourself After the Shooting Stops?

By: Ricky Casner Although American citizens have the right to use deadly force when defending themselves and others, it is extremely likely the choice to do so will bring negative legal consequences.2 Given this statistical likelihood, it is increasingly important that anyone choosing to carry a firearm for self-defense do so only after understanding the psychological…

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The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017: The Founders’ Intended Protection or Overreaching Federal Mandate?

By: Ricky Casner The House and Senate may soon be voting on a bill known as the “Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017.”1 Given that the Presidency, House, Senate, and Supreme Court are now held by conservatives or conservative majorities, it is speculated that the bill will have no trouble passing. This bill will likely…

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15 Permitless Carry States?

By: Ricky Casner Four New States with Permitless Carry? On January 12, 2017, the National Rifle Association (NRA) announced that New Hampshire, North Dakota, Kentucky and New Mexico are considering instituting “Permitless Carry” or “Constitutional Carry”2. This is in addition to the 11 states that have already adopted “Constitutional Carry”: Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, Kansas,…

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