Everyone has the right to defend themselves against criminals who want to hurt them. In today’s world, the best tool for that purpose is a firearm. Disarming the people in Thousand Oaks did nothing but create a shooting gallery for anyone who wanted to casually kill as many people as possible. Sadly, that is exactly what happened there. This is where local elections and judges become very important.
Liberal anti-gunners have had their chance to solve this problem. No law they have passed, no gun free zone they have created, no violence prevention program they have installed has done one iota’s worth of good. It’s time to try something new.
Californians have learned long ago that liberal politicians, while relentless in their efforts to destroy constitutional freedoms, are almost universally ignorant and, in some cases, downright stupid. For every attempt made to destroy freedom, there is an inventive way around it.
A good gun belt will make your holster and ammo pouch shine. If you have a quality belt, your holster and other gear will be held close to your body and stay in their proper positions. This is vital to a smooth draw and presentation of the gun when you need it.
Recently, I’ve received more than just a few questions from YouTube viewers regarding my opinion of the SKS as a suitable defensive rifle for those who live in restrictive states like California. My answer is written here.
We are not to live by the sword, but that does not appear to restrict us from defending ourselves with one.
Contrary to popular belief, sheepdogs do not protect someone else’s sheep, random sheep or all sheep. They only protect their own sheep.
No sooner did I put LASER grips on my little five shot revolver, then I started receiving comments and emails telling me all the mythological reasons why I shouldn’t have.
Let me be clear. There can be no compromise of my God given right to self-preservation and self-defense. That is what the 2nd Amendment was drafted to protect.
Liberals understood this decades ago. They started running for local offices where very few people pay attention and even fewer vote.