A Gift of a Gun

Valentine’s Day is almost upon us and many of us are thinking about giving something to our spouses or, to be politically correct, our significant others – okay I don’t like it either – to your boyfriend, girlfriend, son,...

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Why The Bombs Didn’t Explode

The mass shooting by two students at Columbine High School in 1999 was a game changer in terms of law enforcement response. But according to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s report on the incident, it could have been much, much...

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Safety Rules

In the past couple of months, I have had shooting students point guns at me while on the range. In both cases the students were retired military and should have known better. However just because someone has served in...

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Coping with Air Rage

Once upon a time flying by commercial aircraft was fun. No longer. Since 9-11, we have allowed governments and airline companies to treat passengers like cattle. We have allowed governments to erode our freedoms in the name of safety...

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Firearm Safety Rules Revisited

In the past couple of months, I have had shooting students point guns at me while on the range. In both cases the students were retired military and should have known better. However just because someone has served in...

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