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Moms & Armed Self-Defense
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The firearm, the safe, the training—it’s the holy trinity of gun ownership. Across our Second Amendment-loving community, there exists a general consensus that these three elements shall not be separated. I learned this the day I was given my first gun, and have abided by it ever since. And like many single women, back then I obtained my concealed-carry permit, was diligent about my own safety and maintained my gun training religiously. Situational awareness was always paramount in my thinking, as my trainers, colleagues and family had preached. But those were the days before I became a mom.
|You asked for it, you got it, Toyota.
Deal with it.
First, get your kid behind you.
Next, shoot everyone advancing toward you.
Your reasonable belief is the only legal justification you need.
There are no "attractive" choices. You either do it, or you don't.