The power of a firearm doesn’t just shine when you look at how deadly it is. There is more to a firearm than just a body count. You may have heard us say here at ConcealedCarry.com that a gun is a tool, well there are many ways to use that tool and a story from […]
A Claysville man has his young son to thank for discovering a man trying to break into the family’s home early Tuesday Morning.
Last week in the small township of Perry Concealed Carry Inc. has learned of a little bit of frontier justice that took place. While this is not your normal Defensive Gun Use, it is certainly something for which an armed citizen deserves a lot of plaudits for. After all, it’s not every day that you […]
Now that the dust has settled slightly from the tension of Charlottesville one week ago, it seems that some are attempting to use this event as a catalyst for legislation that supports their cause.
You never know when and where violence could strike, or who it may come from as Joseph Lee found out when his own son attacked him with a sword, last week.
Upper Darby was the scene of a robbery gone horribly wrong, at least for the robber.
On Sunday morning, at around 2:30 AM, Lancaster police were called to the scene of a reported shooting on the 600 block of Marietta Ave. What they found upon arrival was a shaken up husband and wife and a wounded criminal bleeding on the floor.
A bill is now in the process of moving through the Pennsylvania General Assembly. This bill would allow local school districts decide whether to allow school employees to carry firearms on campus.
A pizza delivery person, Kayveat Fredericks, who was attacked by a group of robbers, but managed to fire back at his attackers, is recovering in a Philadelphia hospital right now.