The Price We Pay

By on August 15, 2012

Everything we do in life has a price.  The price sometimes feels high and sometimes it doesn’t.  I don’t just mean cash, but also time.  Training has a price.  But how much should we spend? The easiest price to calculate

Connecting Guns and Women

By on August 14, 2012

This guest post was contributed by Tammy, an I.T. professional and writer from California. Tammy’s been shooting for less than a year and is already loving it so much she’s begun competing at her local IDPA matches. She blogs about

Open Carry

By on August 13, 2012

I love open carry, and wish I could do it.  I live in Texas and there is no open carry, yet.  More and more states across the country are approving regular citizens to carry a gun in the open and

Live with Terrorism, Part 2

By on August 10, 2012

This is the second half to an interview with an Israeli I am proud to know.  Since he has been living with terrorism all his life I sent him a couple questions for all of us to learn from. The

Life with Terrorism, Part 1

By on August 9, 2012

Over the last couple months I’ve had the honor to learn about Israeli first hand from a reader in Israel.  Since he has been living with terrorism all his life I sent him a couple questions for all of us

Rechargeable Battery Safety

By on August 8, 2012

Please understand that I am not an attorney nor do I consider this article to be an in depth discussion of the topic.  I will provide links to more comprehensive discussion of the topic.  I am merely trying to share