Yes, Donald Trump is calling for "red flag" gun confiscation laws and universal background checks. Trump said, "I have an appetite for background checks. We're going to be doing background checks. We're going to be filling in . . . the loop
Mother-of-five dubbed the 'Miss America of the gun community' is proud to have a house full of weapons - and says the earlier children learn to shoot the better
How much force should be used when defending your family?
Three British men pinned down a knife-wielding man who allegedly attempted to stab several people in Australia.
"People are realizing that even a trip to Walmart isn't safe these days"
It's time for some "common sense" knife-reform...
Self Defense in the Home - What Are Your Rights Under the Law? Criminal Defense Attorney Marc J. Victor and John Correia of Active Self Protection discuss what are your rights to self-defense in your home?
Gun sales are surging after the weekend mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, fueled by first-time buyers seeking pistols they can carry with them for protection.
#Gilroy festival was a GUN FREE ZONE. Gun control was in place. Guess what happens in gun free zones? LAW-ABIDING CITIZENS CAN'T PROTECT THEMSELVES. #GunControlNow
In late August of 2018, a woman was walking her dog at a golf course on Hilton Head Island in South Carolina.
Suspect was trying to invade Oroville home, police say
Two women attacked Rojanai Alston (22) in a Walmart in North Versailles, Pennsylvania. She then drew a firearm in response and shot one of the attackers in her arm and leg.
A homeowner with an AR-15 killed two of four intrusion suspects Wednesday night, one of whom was wearing a "Jason" mask.
Utah school teachers have been training on how to respond to an active shooter - practicing techniques to neutralize assailants and keep students safe, according to the Associated Press.
Like America itself, gun owners are a varied bunch whose politics and experiences don't conform to any narrative.
A woman who was one of a dozen people killed by a fired and angry co-worker at Municipal Center in Virginia Beach, Va., earlier this month wanted to take a gun to work for protection because she feared she might need it.
New survival gear videos from the Health Ranger: Muddy pistols, knife skills and "smart" self-defense training
If you use any form of social media whatsoever, you've probably seen the scary "mass shootings map" published by PBS, leading people to believe that they live in a terrifying place and that strict gun control is the only answer.
A South Carolina mom took her son's well-being into her own hands by showing up at his school to confront bullies that had allegedly been making his life very difficult.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has signed a bill into law lifting the state's ban on brass knuckles, kitty keychains and other self defense items.
Spin City: Chicago Tribune Calls Dead Thug A "Victim" After Concealed Carry Holder Defends Himself
Having dealt with a variety of home security concerns over the years, and having watched videos showing products that are supposed to help secure doors against forced entry efforts such as kick-ins and prying, I was very interested to take a look at
Shocking moment a homeowner fends off a shotgun-wielding thief who broke into the apartment looking for drugs, as his fiancée huddles in terror on the sofa
From the colonists winning independence from Great Britain to African-Americans vindicating their civil rights, the role of the gun is inseparable from American identity.
Can You Ever Legally Shoot Someone In The Back? Attorney Marc J. Victor and Firearms Expert John Correia of Active Self Protection talk about the legalities of shooting someone in the back. The discussion involves a Las Vegas police officer who shot
A frail cashier from the city of Vladimir became famous on social media. Karina Eremeeva knocked out a raving customer.
If people who believe in the right to keep and bear arms, not to mention the rest of the Bill of Rights, do not wake up--and I mean NOW--to the fact that the Republican Party in Washington, D.C. (including Donald Trump), doesn't give a tinker's
Vara Safety, a company dedicated to designing and combining biometric technology with firearms safety, announce Reach, an innovative biometric firearm safe.