Quote of the day—Katie Pavlich

Carrying a concealed firearm is about personal protection and safety. It’s a choice that has life-and-death consequences. The purpose of carrying is to save your life and to keep away harm. Unless trust has been established, the personal question of whether a woman carries a concealed firearm and the details surrounding that choice shouldn’t be asked by strangers, and the answer shouldn’t be given to strangers, either.

Katie Pavlich
May 31, 2016
When Strangers Ask if you Carry a Concealed Firearm
[Via an email from Stephanie.

The one edit I would make is that “woman” should be changed to “person”.—Joe]


3 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Katie Pavlich

  1. I agree but, we must be the ambassadors of freedom.

    The answer if asked should be; here is my (junk) email address. If you are interested in learning more about self-defense please send me an email. I can reply and provide information on how to get started and as we get to know each other maybe we can go shooting sometime.

    Win converts to freedom one soul at a time! Stay on offense, always.

  2. Doesn’t it kind of depend on who the stranger is? If it’s a cop, you better tell them you are carrying concealed.

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