Lafayette Theater a “gun free zone”

Posted by on Jul 24, 2015 in News | 0 comments

nofirearmsorweaponssignA drifter under a restraining order opened fire in a movie theater Thursday night killing two and injuring 7 others. According to reports the shooter initially tried to escape but when he saw sirens approaching he re-entered and killed himself before police arrived.

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Competitive Shooting: Not just for Men

Posted by on Jul 20, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Competitive shooting is experiencing a surge in popularity. It is one of the few sports where a 72 year old grandpa and his 10 year old grand daughter can compete together in. Some are nervous of the idea of children using “powerful” weapons- but with some basic education kids can enjoy shooting sports extremely safely. Any sport can be dangerous but popular sports such as cheerleading, football and soccer have far more injuries. I cannot find any record of a major injury or death in a sanctioned gun competition. These matches are run by professionals who are dogmatic about safety rules and procedures.

Shooting sports teach coordination, discipline and increase stamina, strength and fine motor skills. You can grow in a diverse sport and compete your entire lifetime.


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Self Defense Shooting in South Carolina

Self Defense Shooting in South Carolina

Posted by on Jul 19, 2015 in Stories of Defense | 0 comments

Justin Harrison was eating at a Waffle House when two armed men held it up. Menacing the customers and robbing them one at a time. Harrison decided to act and when one of the robbers- Dante Williams approached him gun drawn- Harrison fired on him killing him. The other robber then wrestled for Harrison’s gun before fleeing the scene.

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Why Guns are Good

Why Guns are Good

Posted by on Jul 18, 2015 in Gun Training | 0 comments

At the dawn of man- it was the brute, the strong man who ruled over his clan. He may have developed some primitive form of respect but it was based on the fact that he was the strongest and able to defeat other men and hunt for food better than the rest. As civilization progressed we started to reason with each other with our words, we made agreements that were mutually beneficial and eventually learned to trade goods and services amongst ourselves. Most men and women wanted to be treated equitably and acted in kind. As societies learned and advanced the societies that valued reason gradually overtook those that favored brute force alone. This was still accomplished with force- societies that valued reason developed better weapons and defenses and lived and prospered longer. The societies with the better weapons and stronger armies became the dominant forces and spread their ideals through conquest. These societies became more peaceful over time as prosperity increased.

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Gun Culture

Gun Culture

Posted by on Jul 10, 2015 in News | 0 comments

The murder/suicide involving NFL linebacker Jovan Belcher has again brought up the debate about guns and “gun culture.”

Bob Costas quoting columnists Jason Whitlock during halftime of Football Night in America:

“Our current gun culture, Whitlock wrote, ensures that more and more of domestic disputes will end in the ultimate tragedy… and at more convenience store confrontations over loud music coming from a car will lead more teenaged boys bloody and dead. Handguns do not enhance our safety. They exacerbate our flaws, tempt us to escalate arguments and bait us into embracing confrontation rather than avoiding it….“What I believe is, if (Belcher) didn’t possess/own a gun, he and Kasandra Perkins would both be alive today.”

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