Utica New York – A homeowner is cleared of charges after he shot and killed two people who broke into his home in May. Police charged 64-year-old Ronald Stolarczyk with felony criminal possession of a firearm after he shot both intruders with a .38 caliber Rossi revolver, which police say wasn’t registered under current New […]
Following in the footsteps of the “Gun Buy Back” programs popular with gun control advocates, New York officials have held a toy gun buy back program. The program, and others like it have been around for some time and are nothing new to the arena of politics. This year, government officials in the Village of […]
Long Island University student singled out by the college for posting pictures of himself holding unloaded firearms during an off-campus event held by Cabela’s.
Deli owner in the Bronx defends himself against armed robber saying he just wanted to get home to his newly wed and pregnant wife.
A Brooklyn UPS facility was the scene of a dramatic attempted robbery last week which saw a Security Guard have to put his training to the test against a thief’s best efforts to commit a robbery.
It should be noted that we at Concealed Carry believe homeowners should be armed in order to better defend their property and family from criminals. However, we know that sometimes we’re just not at home. We have busy lives and we have to leave our home to be a target. Well, have you ever thought […]
A Southwest Airlines co-pilot was arrested on a weapons charge after security at Albany International Airport found a loaded handgun in the pilot’s carry-on bag.
A new gun storage law has been adopted in Beacon. Passed on Dec. 5 by the City Council on a 6-1 vote, the measure requires gun owners to keep loaded firearms in a “safe-storage depository” (gun safe) or to be equipped with a “gun-locking device” when children and teenagers 16 years or younger live in […]
Pix 11 aired a story this week regarding this proposed national reciprocity and spoke with USA Firearm Training’s own New York City trainer, Lance Dashefsky about the topic.
Weapons siezures at NYC public schools increased 25% last school year (2014-2015) compared to the year before. The total number of weapons siezed (this is not including weapons that go undiscovered and unreported) for the 2013-2014 school year was 1,347, while last year it increased to 1,678 in the city of New York alone. The […]