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My First Pistol And Why I Bought It: The Beretta 92

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January 24, 2019

Back about a million years ago, after graduating college, I decided I needed a handgun. At the same time, I didn't even know what I didn't know about guns and shooting. However, I had seen Lethal Weapon and I liked the gun Riggs carried: the Beretta 92. I especially liked the Christmas tree scene...
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Boch’s Daily Read

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January 21, 2019
Boch’s Daily Read

God bless my mom.  She enjoys reading the previous day's news in the dead tree.  Of course, I haven't subscribed to a newspaper since a couple of years out of college.  Frankly, newspaper subscriptions are following land-line telephones and buggy whips. So where do I get my news each day?  For starters: Drudge Report: ...
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Prepare to Defend Yourself & Assert Your Rights: The life you save may be your own.

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January 16, 2019
Prepare to Defend Yourself & Assert Your Rights:  The life you save may be your own.

by Steve Davis GSL Immediate Past President Image by Oleg Volk.  Used with permission. We defend your right to defend yourself. I’ve put forward that GSL mission statement on every stage and every platform during my tenure as president. We have remained true to that mission statement in years past, and will continue to...
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Justice and the Law: Without confidence in the rule of law, people take matters into their own hands

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January 15, 2019
Justice and the Law:  Without confidence in the rule of law, people take matters into their own hands

by Steve Davis, Esq. Guns Save Life Immediate Past President When I graduated from the John Marshall Law School in 1979, I purchased a class ring. I still have that ring and frequently think about the Latin inscription on the ring “Lex Ancillary Justitiae.”  Roughly translated the inscription means that the law is subordinate...
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The first step to staying safe: Recognizing that evil exists

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January 14, 2019
The first step to staying safe: Recognizing that evil exists

By Warren Lind In the last couple of months America has witnessed three high-profile murders of women who were exercising or playing sports alone: 1.  Mollie Tibbetts.  A knife-wielding illegal alien raped and then murdered this Iowa coed as she jogged alone. 2.  Cella Barquin Aramaean.  This Iowa coed and golf star, while playing...
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NICKEL: Gun Sanctuaries: A Powerful and Symbolic Message

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September 23, 2018
NICKEL:  Gun Sanctuaries: A Powerful and Symbolic Message

Editor:  Guns Save Life welcomes a new member to our stable of contributing authors.  Please welcome Mr. Andrew Nickel, attorney at law.  He brings an outstanding, in-depth look at the Illinois Gun Sanctuary resolutions for his first piece.     By: Andrew Nickel There's a movement brewing in rural Illinois to protect law-abiding gun...
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Filthy Rich JB Pritzker loves gun control. African-Americans? Eh, not so much.

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August 31, 2018
Filthy Rich JB Pritzker loves gun control.  African-Americans?  Eh, not so much.

Good old Sleazy JB.  He penned an op-ed in the Chicago Sun-Times recently in which he claims that gun bans, magazine bans and “full funding” of anti-gun groups will bring peace to Chicago’s violent streets.   For a filthy rich guy born with a silver spoon in his mouth, he's doing very well.  He...
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Why Don’t You Carry A Backup Gun?

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August 30, 2018

Millions of Americans conceal carry a gun every day. And that number keeps growing. Unfortunately, fewer people carry a spare backup gun. Innovations in smaller, lighter guns firing potent cartridges, along with my training, have sold me on the idea of a backup gun. And should cause you to consider one as well. I...
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The Well Armed Woman in the Land of Lincoln

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August 29, 2018

by Lori Sanner Former TWAW Illinois State Co-coordinator The Well Armed Woman (TWAW) started in January of 2012.  Founded by Carrie Lightfoot of Scottsdale, AZ, the group serves  as a comprehensive resource for women shooters.   Right away, it filled a hunger from women for a place where women could network, ask questions, seek...
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Back to School: Carry Options for Students At Campus Carry Universities

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August 28, 2018

For the last two weeks, college students across America have headed back to school. Cars packed to the gills with stuff have unloaded into dorms and apartments. In addition to all the mini fridges, Xboxes, and hot plates, some of those students also have carry licenses. Even better, more states now allow licensed students...
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