Join Reflex Handgun on Parler

I never did Facebook or Twitter before as I am not a fan of communist suppression of speech, but having joined Mewe I have now brought Reflex Handgun to Parler as well. To join me there find me @Reflexhandgun

Join Reflex Handgun on Mewe

I have never done social media in the past for this blog since I am not a fan of commie style censorship as is found on the big platforms.  Well, Mewe is growing in popularity, especially as many are fleeing the propaganda machine that is Facebook after this last election.  I must say, I like... Continue Reading →

Gun Control is Rooted in State Worship

I have found a consistent pattern among leftists who are fanatical Second Amendment haters: they worship the state.  Government is their god.  While the average democrat typically votes for other issues, guns not factoring heavily into the agenda, the far-left commies that truly hate private gun ownership do so for a singular reason: it is... Continue Reading →

A Tale of Two Political Ideologies

While many of the tactical gurus have chimed in on the recent church attack in Texas, giving us all sorts of excellent insights into the lessons learned for personal protection, I am now going to share with you the most important lesson of all that the self-proclaimed “politically agnostic” trainers out there won’t touch.  Here... Continue Reading →

The Top 10 Worth a Read

Having written well over two hundred articles in the past two years for this blog and elsewhere I looked back through this catalog recently in an effort to deduce what I consider “the best,” or at least what I would rank as my better contributions to the knowledge base of self-defense, firearms, and Second Amendment... Continue Reading →

Lambs and Tigers

Tiger Tiger, burning bright, In the forests of the night; What immortal hand or eye, Could frame thy fearful symmetry? …. Did he who made the Lamb make thee? -William Blake   Human beings encompass much of nature’s behavior and certain individuals are far more lamb than tiger, and vice versa.  I am of the... Continue Reading →

Fire Extinguishers and Guns: Why the Dichotomy?

Per the National Fire Protection Association, there averages 355,400 house fires a year in the United States.  Of that, the majority end without injury, although 11,670 people are injured annually as a result of house fires. Per the Bureau of Justice statistics, there averages 3,713,000 home break-ins each year.  In these incidents, 7.2% involved the... Continue Reading →

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