Tag Archives: Detroit

Laws Laws and More Laws

Lawmakers are put into office to do one job, and that is keep passing laws. Unfortunately, a limited view of society keeps these lawmakers from understanding that criminals don’t care how many laws they break. By their nature as criminals, they ignore laws in the first place. So how do our representatives respond to an increase in crime and illegal …

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Train Like you fight

We all know that especially tactical person that preaches “Train like you fight” the same way a Stark says “Winter is Coming”. Most of us however don’t head this due to an inability to access a range that allows move and shooting or even drawing from a holster. What is worse is even the guys who spend that 300-600 on …

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Detroit Concealment Holster Review

I can already hear your sighs and muffled “What the F*&^” as I write the review for another Kydex holster. But hear me out, who doesn’t like to support local businesses? Who doesn’t like quality at a fair price? Who doesn’t like lots of choices? Who doesn’t like Nudity? Ok, now that I have your attention, let’s start this review. …

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Bad Choices Lead to Conviction in Detroit Porch Killing

AP Photo/Paul Sancya

We reported on the Renisha McBride slaying commonly referred to as the Detroit Porch Slaying a few months ago when the news hit the wire. On Thursday Theodore Wafer the homeowner who shot Renisha was found guilty of second-degree murder. He is now in custody and awaiting the final sentencing where he can server 25 to life. To some this …

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Detroit Shootout ends with Homeowner Wounded but Safe

Paris Ainsworth is a hard working grandmother who lives on the west side of Detroit. 10 years ago she was attacked by a gunman and swore to not be a victim again. After changes in the CPL regulations, she went and obtained the proper license to carry. Unlike many CPL holders though  Paris went and received additional training. She purchased …

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Criminals Move to Gas Stations for Easy Targets

If you follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/248Shooter you may have noticed us sharing several articles related to Detroit Citizens defending thier homes and family from intruders. We have even seen the city Police Chief encourage homeowners to own guns and protect themselves. We have seen reports of violent crime decrease in the city over the last few months as CPL holders have …

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Detroit Serial Rapist Strikes Again

We reported back in July on a potential Serial Killer in the city of detroit. On Wednesday morning just before 7am near Plymouth and Meyers on the city’s west side it is believed he has struck again. More information has started to surface on both the suspect and the nature of the attacks. You can read a full article on …

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If More Citizens Were Armed, Criminals Would Think Twice About Attacking Them!

Anyone who reads this blog knows this is how I feel about it. It was a huge surprise to me to have these exact words “If More Citizens Were Armed, Criminals Would Think Twice About Attacking Them!” come from the mouth of the Detroit Police Chief James Craig. While Chief Craig of the Detroit Police Dept is not exactly pro gun. …

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Protecting The Castle: Questions and Strategies for setting up a Home/Business Protection Plan

Keith Finch joins us again with a follow up to his previous article (here). This is a great read and we are glad to have Keith sharing this with us. My last appearance here dealt with keeping ourselves safe without our firearms around. Here we are tackling the reverse of that circumstance. We are discussing ‘Castle Doctrine’ defense set-up and …

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The Defense Speaks in the trial for Renisha McBride Porch Killing

AP Photo/Paul Sancya

You can read the full report from Mlive here: http://www.mlive.com/ For those of you who may not be aware there is a case regarding a Dearborn Heights man who shot a 19 year old woman from Detroit. Here is a summary of the currently known facts: Renisha McBride had a blood alcohol of between .28 and .29. The legal limit is …

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