A Houston man is no longer a threat to his former family following a violent attempt at abusing his wife in front of his children. Thankfully for the victim, not only was she ready and willing to take action, but her young children were as well.
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A planned shop for the Woodlands area just North of Houston has an entirely new idea for coffee that they are hoping will catch on around the nation. The idea that coffee is best served when it packs a little extra heat
It’s one of a parent’s worst nightmares to feel like your children’s lives are being threatened, but that was a reality that Laura Williams, a Limestone County resident was faced with. Luckily for her and her child, however, she was armed for the showdown.
The Dallas neighborhood of Oak Cliff was the scene of a shooting early last Friday morning which saw an attempted car burglar get shot by an armed citizen attempting to save himself and his property from the criminal.
65-year-old Stephen Manion and 32-year-old Carlos Molina do not have a lot in common. The two have never met and live in different areas of San Antonio, but they do share one very strange similarity. Both men have had run-ins with the same criminal and both men were lucky enough to be carrying concealed during […]
Just because a police officer is out of his official uniform and outside of his jurisdiction doesn’t mean that the mindset and training of a law enforcement officer just get tossed out the window. They will still remember the tools taught to them in training and will also have their beating heart scream at them […]
As we have said time and time again on ConcealedCarry.com, breaking into a home in gun-adoring Texas is always a recipe for a very bad day. An incident in Houston Texas between a woman and a home invading teenager is more proof of that statement.
There are two groups in the world that are not seen as particularly smart decision makers as a whole: teenagers and criminals. So when the two are combined, you can imagine that the decisions they make may be pretty bad. Like the decision to attempt to rob a retired Marine. Yeah. Pretty bad. The incident […]
Don’t mess with Texas has never been in more full of swing after this week. The tragedy in Sutherland Springs being halted by a hero who put himself at risk to defend the congregation and now this story of a homeowner defending himself and his property from a would-be burglar.
There are plenty of things you shouldn’t do in Texas, forget the Alamo, not like BBQ, wear layers in the summer, but maybe the most important thing you should avoid doing in the Lone Star State is stealing another person’s belongings, because there is a very good chance that that person has a firearm and […]