Concealed Carry
Concealed Carry

Logic and Concealed Carry Permits

In an effort to support a future dissertation on the logic associated with concealed carry permits and training, I’ve assembled a few polls. I’m interested to see the results and am open to comments too: [poll id=”27″] [poll id=”20″] [poll id=”21″] [poll id=”22″] [poll id=”23″] [poll id=”24″] [poll id=”25″] [poll id=”26″] [poll id=”28″] [poll id=”29″]  

The Empty Cases’ Guide to Being a Real, Gun Using, Outdoor Kind of Man

Own a truck. Carry a knife. Always. The only time you should not have a knife is when you are naked, in a bed or when you’re swimming. (Real men swim, they don’t play in the water. And, there is only one kind of knife and that’s a sharp one. A dull knife is nothing but a flat piece of metal with …