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National Train a Teacher Day declared Saturday (VIDEO)

Professional firearms instructors across the country will offer free training classes to school administrators and teachers this weekend as part of the first annual “.” NTATD, a collaborative effort between instructor Grant Gallagher and founder Klint Macro, will provide medical, concealed carry and tactical training for school staff at

Arkansas universities report no problems after first semester of campus carry

University of Arkansas officials, as well as those from other colleges in the state, said the first semester of campus carry went off without an issue. (Photo: University of Arkansas) With a full semester of the state’s new campus carry law in the rear view colleges and universities in Arkansas have

Gear Review: Top holsters for concealed carry in skirts, dresses

Though carrying in a dress presents a some unique challenges, it’s not impossible with the right holster. (Photo: Jacki Billings/ Female concealed carriers are presented with more challenges when it comes to packing pistols. Namely, we have a lot more clothing options to work around. One of the most challenging aspects

Gear Review: Three ideal AIWB choices, three price points (VIDEO)

I’ve come to love the appendix, inside-waistband method (AIWB) of carry and concealment because it keeps my everyday carry gun entirely under my control and the drawstroke is fast and simple. I also like the no-fuss installation procedure for most AIWB holsters. In years of experimentation with AIWB holsters, I’ve found

Couple files suit against state over ban on guns in home daycares

The Illinois Department of Children and Family Services has been named in a federal lawsuit filed this week challenging the agency’s firearms policy for home day cares. Jennifer and Darin Miller have three children in their Shelbyville home as well as current Illinois firearms cards and concealed carry licenses. However, although

NRA lobbyist in Florida hounded by death threats (VIDEO)

Typically county commissioners wouldn’t scoff at a septuagenarian receiving death threats. But then again, Marion Hammer is not your typical septuagenarian. “Who the heck would threaten her anyway? The preachers? The teachers? The nurses and doctors? The League of Women Voters? The Moms Demand Action? She’s ridiculous,” Leon County Commissioner