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The men who constructed our United States Constitution were genius in the way they crafted probably the most well designed roadmap ever to guide a new republic. With the goal of giving equal rights and freedoms to all citizens, this epic document provided three branches of government to provide checks and balances. With this division, of power, it insured we would ultimately be ruled "by the people". Today over two hundred years later, this masterpiece has stood the test of time. All this was put in place to make sure the democracy would be preserved and it has, well.
An important part of this original constitution was the ability to be flexible and add amendments when necessary to make provisions in new areas of concern. In the second amendment of this important document our forefathers stated that as citizens of this country we have a right to "keep and bear arms".
The amendment reads;
A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed
It is not only a right to provide for the security of yourself and loved ones with arms, it makes good sense. Today’s organized law enforcement is overworked, understaffed, and typically arrive after the perpetrator of a crime has done his/her "bad deed" and left the scene.
Law abiding citizens all to often, are left to deal with, or repair the damage and basically hope law enforcement can locate the bad guys and provide proper punishment and or some restitution to the victim. In most cases, "the cat is already out of the bag", damage done, and a winner for the "thugs".
Law Enforcement is Not Always Available
Law enforcement also commonly admit that "many times security alarms are ignored" for long periods of time because more important violent crimes are taking priority or staff is low".
I can understand their challenge, but if I, or one of my family members is involved in a home invasion, assault, or robbery, I am not willing to wait for PD shift change to be complete or work loads reduced, or staff increased, to get help for my family. What if I am the victim of a violent crime? Even the crooks know that during natural disasters, threatening weather, or large public events, that law enforcement is spread thin, and not as quick to respond to calls for help from citizens. In times of natural disaster, it is common for thugs to terrorize citizens by looting, robbing, or assaulting because they know how and when to attack the helpless.
When only the "bad guys " have weapons, the results are never good.
Be Proactive and Prepare
We believe it is a right and a responsibility to protect yourself and your loved ones by legally arming yourself for the possibility of the dreaded day when you or your loved ones are threatened with bodily injury. If this deadly threat arises in your life, be prepared to protect yourself and your family and "stop the threat".
Don't be a passive victim
With good training, planning, preparation, and the correct tools, many times "law abiding citizens" can avoid being victimized by "bad guys" threatening our safety and that of our loved ones.