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Medina, TX School: “We Protect Our Students”

A growing number of schools throughout the country are permitting qualified employees and staff to remain armed when classes are in session as a matter of protection and security, but one school in Texas is literally advertising the fact that its staff carries firearms.

Armed Pharmacist Ends Robbery Threat

An armed citizen prevented an armed robbery of a pharmacy in Missouri.

A Study Guide for Defensive Gun Use

For NRA members, reports about self-defense incidents are always handy.

Remembering Bill Jordan

Bill Jordan and I became friends in about 1976 and remained so until his death in 1997. Born in Louisiana in 1911, Jordan had a lengthy career in the U.S. Border Patrol, interrupted by World War II service as a fighting Marine.

What’s Your Position?

I really enjoy seeing some of the debates and arguments over whether the Isosceles stance or the Weaver stance is the best, so let’s look at reality.

Managing the Defensive Shotgun

When faced with a threat, a shotgun can be quite the equalizer, but only if it’s used correctly.

3 Huge Concealed Carry Myths Debunked

Some concealed-carry myths are best left behind in favor of more-practical options.

Busted: 5 Shotgun Myths You Probably Believe

Many gun owners believe these five shotgun myths. Our Shotgun editor separates fact from fiction here.

The Drawbacks of a Subcompact Single-Stack 9mm

Subcompact handguns like the popular single-stack 9mm pistols on the market now may appear like the ideal option for concealed carry and personal protection, but they have their drawbacks.

3 Great Drills for a Home-Defense Shotgun

If you rely on a shotgun for home defense, these three drills can help build proficiency with it.

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