A Durham, NC police officer filling out reports in his squad car Thursday night was targeted for assassination in much the same way NYPD officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu were murdered in Brooklyn less than […]
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On the same day assassinated New York City Police Department officer Rafael Ramos was laid to rest in New York City, Madison, Wisconsin police were forced to draw their guns on a drunken thug who […]
The FBI arrested two members of the New Black Panthers in Ferguson, Missouri late last week on weapons charges, after they used straw purchases a pair of .45 ACP Hi-Point pistols (one for the other, […]
Many have been wondering if the threats of violence related to the Michael Brown/Darren Wilson grand jury announcement are a legitimate concern, or if they are just rhetoric, as were the threats of rioting after […]
Because everyone needs a $4,300 Hi-Point. Trolling Level: Expert.
We wrote earlier this month about the man who left a fully-loaded handgun in the toy department of a Myrtle Beach Target store. He has now been identified as David Dennis, and the police have […]
One unyielding characteristic in the citizen control movement is a “the ends justify the means” mindset. They will say or do nearly anything to get their way, and don’t let small things like morality, decency, […]
I “blame” the National Rife Association for completely screwing up the anti-gun narrative. Three different homeowners in Detroit used guns to defend themselves against intruders this week. Two suspects were shot and killed. “I think it’s […]
Detroit mom uses carbine deemed an “assault weapon” in CT and NY to defend her children from home invaders
The Hi-Point 995 is not a thing of beauty. It is a relatively ugly and inexpensive pistol-caliber carbine that won’t impressed your friends at the gun range, but then, it isn’t supposed to. The short […]
While President Obama pondered his March Madness brackets instead of keeping eye on world problems, Utah beat Arizona. No, not in college basketball, but in the race to become the first US state to […]