Pittsburgh – When a 42-year-old man went to get money from an ATM in a late night withdrawal, he brought his concealed pistol along for the trip. During his transaction, this gun owner was accosted by two armed thugs who attempted a robbery. According to the police, the would-be victim pulled his own firearm in fear for his life, and shot both suspects in self-defense. One suspect was hit in
USPSA Shooter, 3-Gunner, and NRA-certified firearms instructor Jason Falconer has been identified as the man who shot and killed a 22-year-old Somali immigrant who went on a stabbing rampage inside a St. Cloud, (MN) Mall on Saturday. The apparent terrorist—who apparently asked victims if they were Muslims before stabbing them—was engaged by Falconer inside the mall. Falconer is the president and owner of Tactical Advantage LLC, a shooting range and tactical
UNIONTOWN, Pa. —An 82-year old man used a gun that’s been on his nightstand for 30 years to shoot a burglar in Uniontown early Friday morning.Uniontown police say the home invasion happened at 1:30 a.m., in the 100 block of Lenox Street. Police will not disclose the name of the homeowner, but they say he was awakened by a burglar and the two engaged in a physical confrontation. That’s when
Some people never learn. Despite our pre-emption law that clearly denies them the ability to pass local gun control proposals, the City of St. Louis will be hearing a gun-control proposal at their Board of Alderman meeting tonight! That’s why I hope you can take a moment to contact some key officials, before tonight’s hearing on these incredible proposals. Here’s what’s going on. As you all know, the City of
Las Vegas – Out on bond and awaiting trial for an early felony armed robbery, 18 year-old D’Andre Fanniel made the decision to continue in his fateful career path, and this time he brought a friend with him. So the two armed gunman shattered the back door to 5100 Apollo Lane and demanded money from a woman in the home. Thankfully, the woman was on the phone with her son-in-law
This is it. With just weeks to go until the November 8 elections — and polls razor tight — it’s time to go “all in.” I know you understand what’s at stake nationally. But after you and I succeeded in passing Constitutional Carry into law earlier this year, we can’t forget about the stakes right here at home in Missouri. BILLIONAIRE anti-gun activist Michael Bloomberg and his allies want REVENGE.
‘There is no way you’ll ever pass Constitutional Carry in Missouri in one year — Bloomberg will block you, the minority party will filibuster you, and the media will annihilate you. It can’t be done.’ That’s what one Capitol insider in Jefferson City told us back in January, when we began our fight to make Missouri the next Constitutional Carry state! And let me tell you, he wasn’t far off.
Today is the day. Our nine month fight to advance Constitutional Carry legislation here in Missouri all comes down to today! Thanks to all of your calls, emails, and Facebook messages to your Representative and Senator during the 2016 legislative session, Constitutional Carry legislation (SB 656) passed out of the legislature with massive majorities! But outgoing Governor Jay Nixon, who’s always been more interested in advancing his personal gun control
“This is too close to call, pressure is mounting on both sides of the issue, it’s going to come down to the wire.” That’s what one Capitol insider told me this morning about the vote next week to override Governor Nixon’s faulty veto of Constitutional Carry legislation (SB 656) after its incredible 114 – 36 passage through the House and its 24 – 8 passage through the Senate earlier this
Things are starting to heat up in advance of the 1-day ‘Override Session’ that is slated to take place on September 14. That’s when the legislature will decide whether or not to override Governor Nixon’s veto of Constitutional Carry legislation. Insiders are reporting to us that many legislators are hearing from the members of the Missouri Firearms Coalition and are willing to take a stand for the 2nd Amendment, but