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Explaining the Success of the Concealed Weapon Carry Movement (and the Failure of Its Opponents)
Concealed Carry / Personal Defense

Explaining the Success of the Concealed Weapon Carry Movement (and the Failure of Its Opponents)

I’ve previously written two posts on the history of concealed weapons laws in the United States based on Brian Anse Patrick’s book, Rise of the Anti-Media: In-Forming America’s Concealed Weapon Carry Movement. In the first post, I noted that this book was “unfortunately named.” The main title suggests a focus on “anti-media” and the subtitle … Continue reading

The Next Best Thing to Being a CIA Operative
Fear / Firearms / Personal Defense

The Next Best Thing to Being a CIA Operative

Some people took exception to my comparison between actual “operators” or “warriors” and the average civilian gun carrier commuting from his suburban home to his office park and back. One commenter pointed out that being an “operator” is a question of skill and being a “warrior” is a question of mindset. Neither are restricted to … Continue reading