Tag Archives: Safety

Not Everyone Should Have a Gun…

I believe in the Second Amendment… But… But nothing. As a human being you are endowed with the inalienable right of self defense and as such are able to bear arms, training, and take appropriate actions for the protection of yourself, your family, and your community. Defense of you and yours is as natural an act as eating and breathing. …

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Tickborne Disease – Resources for the Outdoorsperson

From Dr. LateBloomer It’s Tick Season out there, and whether you are a a sport shooter, a hunter, or just a backyard birdwatcher, you are likely to run into these pesky disease-carrying ectoparasites. So here is some background and also some resources for how to protect yourself. Ticks are blood-feeding arthropods of the Class Arachnida. Yes, the same Class as …

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Toddlers, Teens and Temptation

It’s time for my semi-annual soapbox rant about kids and safe firearm storage. I feel like a broken record – repeating myself over and over. But the message is so important that it bears repeating – because every month we gain new firearms owners in our midst and every month experienced firearms owners bring home new little bundles of joy …

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Are We Gunslinger Super Heroes?

From Mike Westra Every student that takes my concealed carry class hears these two questions at the beginning of the class. “Why are you here? and “What motivated you to take this course?” The usual answer is ” So I can protect my family”, however not last week. The only answer that I heard was “To kill the next active …

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Safety and Freedom – The Parkland Lesson

From Dr. LateBloomer   The high schoolers in Parkland Florida returned to school this week. They returned to the scene of heartbreak and trauma, but also to new rules – rules that were put in place by school authorities in an effort to increase their safety. Unfortunately, this is also providing the students with important lessons about the cost of …

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