As the gun debate in our country heats up, take a look at one of the most popular articles ever published in Black Bag Confidential. In it, former CIA officer and firearms expert Jason Hanson addresses the question of whether or not convicted felons should be stripped of their Second Amendment rights.
Between hurricanes in the east and wildfires in the west, there’s a clear case for the need to be ready for anything. Yet still — very few people are. The following piece from our friends over at 4Patriots runs down a number of ways you can be more independent. Check it out.
In addition to tackling questions about bump keys, smokeless fires and survival keychains, I’ve also included some reader feedback on whether or not convicted felons should be allowed to own firearms. Let’s keep the conversation going!
I’m a staunch supporter of the Second Amendment, however, I also believe in keeping guns out of “bad guys’” hands. So should a convicted felon have the right to bear arms? Let’s discuss.
In this video update, I present several options for easy, accessible and safe gun storage — as well as review the four basic rules of firearms safety.