Virginia Will Honor Concealed Carry Permits From All States

HB1163Such great news today after a long journey since December the 22 2016 when VA’s Attorney General Mark Herring decided to stop recognizing concealed carry permits from 25 states. Thus they unleashed the hornet’s nest. This made sound all throughout the country and VA’s democrats didn’t expect such backlash. Virginia Citizens Defense’s League and gun owners swarmed general assembly building on Lobby Day. Which made a huge impact on this outcome. Continue reading “Virginia Will Honor Concealed Carry Permits From All States” »

Dealing With The Ordeal After The Emergency Is Over


A lot of us carry guns everyday to defend ourselves and love ones. One day you end up having to use your defensive tool in a way that saved your life. Well that’s great, you won the fight! But the aftermath might not go so well. I’m not talking about dealing with the cops, court, fees, lawyers or legal system but the nightmare can come from an unexpected source.

Here is a real life example by Kitty Lusby from

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The Five Stages of Violent Crime


I just have to put this out there. There are times when avoidance situation awareness just won’t do it. The Five Stages of Violent Crime has been tested in court as an easily explainable standard by which individuals determined if they were legally justified to use self defense tactics. Remember, when it comes to violence there are usually legal repercussions. Therefore we strongly advocate you know when you are justified to use force.  A shorthand version of the five stages. Each is linked to a more in-depth look at the subject.

Rules of Engagement for Concealed Carries


The reason law abiding citizens obtain a concealed carry permit to carry a firearm is to prevent or avoid a life-altering event of the severest kind from taking place to them, a family member or friends who are with them. Making the wrong decision can hurt you in the aftermath by the court of law. Your gun is your last resort, don’t shoot to defend property, but life. Be sure to thoroughly know and understand your state’s law (and states you will be traveling to that has reciprocity with your home state) regarding using lethal force.
Reevaluate some of your personal self-defense concepts by reading this article written by an off-duty cop.

There Is No Such Thing As An Assault Weapon


There is no such thing as an “assault weapon.” I urge gun owners to please refrain from using this term. Also, assault rifles are used by the military and most civilians don’t own such guns. The term “assault weapon” was made by the anti-gun folks back in 1989. The philosophy behind this term is to make guns look evil, mean and scary. Unfortunately such deceiving method became a success. The so-called “assault weapons” didn’t exist until California passed a ban in 1989. Assault weapons are not machine guns or assault rifles. According to David Kopel, writing in The Wall Street Journal.

“What some people call “assault weapons” function like every other normal firearm—they fire only one bullet each time the trigger is pressed. Unlike automatics (machine guns), they do not fire continuously as long as the trigger is held. … Today in America, most handguns are semi-automatics, as are many long guns, including the best-selling rifle today, the AR-15, the model used in the Newtown shooting. Some of these guns look like machine guns, but they do not function like machine guns.”

The word assault is a purpose, not the gun itself. Guns don’t have life or a soul. They don’t have an intent of their own. It’s an inanimate object. In this case, most civilians (besides criminals and some big government entities) have a defensive rifles. Because that’s what it’s purpose. Is to defend yourself or to use it as a recreational rifle, aka sporting rifle. A gun is a tool, this tool allows the user to fire projectiles at a high speed. The purpose or intent varies by the operator behind the gun.
I could say I got an assault knife, an assault car, or an assault screwdriver if I’m going to use it for such malicious intent.
Call rifles by it’s type, an AR-15 or an AK-47.
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LAPD Tells People to Protect Themselves, With What?


The LAPD doesn’t have enough manpower to protect their citizens, yet they want everyone to rely on them for protection, how ironic is this? In such huge city, crime is exploding here. That’s the result when you let a city and state turn in to a gun free zone, but this only applies to the law abiding citizen. Unfortunately criminals don’t obey the law. So they are only creating victims. It’s key to spread the truth and danger of the anti-gun agenda to as many people as you can in hoping they will vote and elect politicians who understand the importance of the 2nd Amendment. Continue reading “LAPD Tells People to Protect Themselves, With What?” »

To Hold The Bad Guy At Gunpoint Or Not To? (Video)


As an armed citizen, you carry a handgun to defend yourself and those who are with you from vicious folks who want to due great bodily harm or with intent to end your life. Holding someone at gunpoint, make sure you know your state laws very well or you might get in trouble for brandishing.

Paisano armado rende ladrão

Este vídeo vai mostrar para vocês, como um cidadão de bem, armado, pode ajudar na segurança pública. Percebam como os policiais se comportaram ao ver um paisano armado no meio da rua. Isso aconteceu em Lake City (USA)

Posted by Marcos Do Val on Tuesday, March 24, 2015

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The Truth About Online Gun Sales that the Anti-Gun politicians are not telling the Truth About Online Gun Sales


Every single time I purchase a gun online it gets delivered to my local FFL of my choice, never straight to my house. Those online gun stores such as,,,, just to name a few are all FLL dealers. They DO NOT ship any guns to your house, you must choose a FFL dealer or they won’t process your order.


Colion Noir explains how Obama and other anti-freedom politicians use deceptive methods in their language to deceive the masses who don’t know how the process works. Instead of Obama being more precise with his language, saying a violent felon can buy a gun he saw online in a face to face transaction with a private seller and without having to go through background check, he purposely leaves those keywords out. Instead he says, a violent felon can buy a weapon (gun) without a background check over the internetThat’s it.