Good stuff from the US Concealed Carry Association
By Jason Hanson
Standing to the left of the door, with the gun close to his body, the author prepares to push open the door and quickly take a step back to his original position.
My lazy beagle Toby was loudly barking as I’d never heard him before.
Usually I would have waited a minute or two to see if I heard any footsteps, strange noises, or a window breaking, but I didn’t have time to spare. My mother, who had cancer, was bedridden on the couch on the main floor of our house and I needed to get to her before a potential intruder did.
I cleared the house as quickly and safely as I could, and my mother was fine. I never found out what Toby was barking at that night, but I have no doubt he scared away a burglar.
Having my mother restricted to the main…
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