Gun Rights News
Gun Rights News
A trooper was responding to a rollover accident on the freeway when a gunman ambushed him – wounding the trooper’s gun hand. Despite his wound, the trooper began physically fighting back, but it was a losing struggle. However, an approaching driver saw the scene and stopped, and witnessed the attacker on top of the trooper, pounding the trooper’s head in the pavement. When the trooper asked for help, the civilian driver got his own gun, shot the attacker – killing him – and then used the trooper’s radio to call for help. After he was transported via helicopter to a…
A convict recently released from prison was prowling around a neighborhood and spotted a house that appeared to have no one inside. Thinking the house would make an easy target, he broke into the residence through a window. However, the homeowner and his family returned before the criminal had finished his crime. Upon entering the house, the homeowner immediately noticed things were out of place – but before he could act, the suspect attacked the homeowner with a baseball bat. Not to be made a victim, the homeowner was armed, and used his firearm to fatally shoot the criminal. Detectives…
Joining states like Indiana, South Dakota, North Dakota, South Carolina, Michigan, and Texas, Kentucky legislators are currently considering a bill that would make the Second Amendment the only “permit” needed to keep and bear arms. That’s right. Constitutional Carry could be coming to Kentucky THIS YEAR. SB7, sponsored by Senators Albert Robinson (R), C.B. Embry Jr. (R), Dennis Parrett (D), and Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer (R), would “allow persons not otherwise prohibited by other laws to carry concealed weapons without a license, excluding certain prohibited locations..." The National Association for Gun Rights is on top of Constitutional Carry efforts…