New Year's resolutions are a longstanding tradition in America and beyond. Our habit of using Jan. 1 as the starting point for a personal revolution goes back at least 200 years.
Holiday shopping can be challenging, but we’re here to help. Whether you’re looking for the perfect gift for a self-defense-minded friend or scouring the earth for hunting-related presents for a family member, we have you covered.
Carrying a gun in public for your own safety is growing increasingly popular, it's worth considering the safety concerns and pitfalls, legal or otherwise, that come with carrying at public gatherings.
When it comes to shopping safely, it’s important to recognize there isn’t always safety in numbers. Here are some general safety tips to keep in mind if you decide to venture out to hunt for a bargain.
It may not be immediately obvious how lessons from the self-defense world might help you have a drama-free holiday dinner, but there are many similarities between how you’d handle a potential violent encounter and drama brewing at the in-laws’ during dinner.
On August 25, 2022, a Texas judge ruled the state’s law prohibiting 18-to-20-year-olds from carrying a handgun for self-defense outside the home unconstitutional.
National Preparedness Month is an observance each September to highlight the importance of citizen preparedness for potential disasters, emergencies and service interruptions.
Shed hunting is the practice of looking for antlers dropped by deer in the off-season. The great thing about sheds is that they’re always there, although they’re freshly dropped between late winter and early spring.
Carrying firearms on a boat is an issue for more gun owners than one might imagine. Boating is a popular pastime, whether you’re fishing or cruising, and carrying a gun is a daily practice for many people. If you’re wondering about the legalities of carrying firearms on a boat—and if it’s even legal—we’re here to help. Generally speaking, the answer is: It depends.