In this edition of Concealed Carry Corner, we’re discussing carrying on your person, while at home. Of all places that you should be able to feel comfortable, secure and safe, it may not actually be that safe after all.
CONCEALED CARRY CORNER: CONCEALED CARRY AT HOME
I grew up in a town of about 100,000 people. I was raised that if you wanted to ride your bike tomorrow, you put it away when you’re done with it, lest it get taken at night. We locked our doors because my parents knew what kind of crime took place. Doors and locks don’t always matter for determined adversaries, but typically, they’re looking for soft, easy targets.
My first job in law enforcement took me to a tiny town in comparison to my hometown. I responded to numerous calls of burglaries in which the homeowners admitted that they never locked their doors. They couldn’t understand why it had happened. Fortunately, in the incidents I responded to, the burglars in question didn’t have an interest in assaulting or murdering people. However, there are some out there that are interested in nothing but hurting or killing others. Some people are
Originally posted on The Firearm Blog