CCW Mindset

As we begin to regain our right to self-protection in San Diego County, the subject of proper mindset for a CCW holder is worth examining. A recent post in Facebook addressed a shooting incident at a Southern California mall. The incident was a case of domestic violence that unfortunately played out in public and resulted […]

5th Annual Charity Shooting Course

I recently had the good fortune to attend the 5th Annual Sheila Hamed Charity Handgun/Rifle Course organized by Lance Reeter and Tatiana Melo. You may recognize Lance and Tatiana from the Shooter’s Hangout. The event is named in honor of Sheila Hamed who lost her life to leukemia in 2013 at the age of 35. Two […]

San Diego City Council to Weigh in on National Reciprocity Amid the Usual Gun Control Dishonesty

Recently I had the opportunity to attend a meeting of the Economic Development & Intergovernmental Relations Committee of the City Council of the City of San Diego (I apologize for that awful lead in sentence). The meeting was chaired by Councilmember Chris Ward and attended by Councilmembers Mark Kersey, Barbra Bry, and David Alvarez. The […]

5 New Handguns for 2017 That Santa Won’t be Bringing to California

5 New Handguns for 2017 That Santa Won’t be Bringing to California With the holidays fast approaching I thought I’d take some time to look at a few new 2017 handguns that will likely be appearing under the tree on Christmas morning in homes across America. These are just five of the many new handguns […]

The Best Approach to Kids and Guns – Is It Better to Ban Books or Teach Kids to Read?

All photos used in this piece are Courtesy of Guns Save Life, a 2A advocacy group working throughout Illinois. Please visit their website to learn more. In our society, the current approach to the subject of children and guns seems more like banning books than teaching kids how to read. That approach is almost certainly […]