Man Shoots and Kills Intruder to Protect his Brother and Mother

After two brothers, both of whom live with their 86-year-old mom in Indiana, heard the sound of an intruder breaking in the house, they moved their mom to her bedroom and went to investigate. When they got to the door, they saw that someone had broken in, but they didn’t see anyone. So, they went to find some tools to fix the broken door. When the younger brother opened the cellar door, he was attacked by a man with a knife. The older brother sprang into action and fired his handgun at the Read more […]

Will Connecticut Jail 350,000 Once Lawful Gun Owners?

This past year, Connecticut passed sweeping gun laws that required the registration of all guns that the state defines as being an assault weapon.  This includes all semi-automatic rifles, many of which are used for hunting, as well as all high capacity magazines.  The deadline for registration was December 31, 2013. When I sold guns, one of the most popular hunting rifles was a Remington Model 750 semi-automatic 30.06.  It was used for hunting deer, elk, bear, javelina, moose, antelope, Read more […]

Media Conglomerate Building Nationwide Database Of Gun-Owners

Remember that controversy not long ago involving the Journal News, the New York newspaper that published an interactive “gun map,” showing all the licensed firearm owners in the state? Well, there’s another media group that will attempt to put the Journal News to shame. They’re wanting to build a nationwide database of gun-owners using public records requests. This news was brought to light by a confidential informant inside the media conglomerate Civitas Media, which owns 88 different Read more […]

Pennsylvania Considers Arming Teachers

There’s a bill being considered in the Pennsylvania state legislature that would allow teachers and staff to carry guns on campus: A year ago, top lawmakers and the Corbett administration said they didn’t want to talk about arming teachers in a bid to deter gun violence in schools, but that’s exactly the debate state Sen. Don White (R-Indiana) wants to have. White’s proposal would let school boards decide whether their school employees can carry firearms. He said the idea came from teachers Read more […]

Will The Journal News Accept Responsibility and Liability for Burglaries and Home Shootings?

  On Dec. 22, The Journal News, published in White Plains, New York posted an interactive map of everyone in Westchester and Rockland counties that have a gun permit.  Thousands of law abiding citizens had their names and addresses made public for every criminal in the area to know that they own a firearm. Many of those gun owners were irate and complained to The Journal News who replied to their complaints with the following: “[Our readers] are understandably interested to know Read more […]