A Hoytsville family has been torn apart by what is certainly one of the most terrible ordeals a person can go through. A father having to shoot his own son in order to stop him from attacking himself and his family.
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Back in March, West Valley City saw an unusual heinous crime take place. It’s randomness and level of violence certainly put a twinge of worry in the citizens of the town, but thankfully the victim of this attack was a gun owner and was able to defend himself.
Tempers flare. There are always going to be some things in your life that make you wanna punch yourself in the thigh or kick your truck tire because they are so infuriating. More often than not that is the limit that the average person extends. However, sometimes these fits of fury suddenly and violently evolve. […]
Garden City, Utah has a population of 563 people. An amount considered small even by Utah standards, so when news broke of an intense shootout occurring in the tiny town it’s fair to say that it was quite shocking that something this violent had come to their home. April and Michael Carnahan, an elderly couple […]
Running around a neighborhood with no pants on is never really advised. At best you’ll likely be a cringy YouTube star within an hour or so. At worst you will be arrested. However, if you add a knife to your pantsless party, you’ll likely be in for even worse than that.
Across the country, the number of concealed carry permit applicants has been on the rise, however from state to state the rules to receive said permit can be quite different. For example. some states require concealed carry applicants to prove their handgun competency by firing the handgun as a prerequisite to applying.
Specifically, Articles 8, 12 and 15 of the treaty would create international pressure (and the perfect excuse) for signatory nations to compile “records” of all gun owners who purchase firearms imported into their country—and then supply this sensitive private information to governments of exporting countries.