#WeHaveShotBack: The Story of that Low Down Larry Davis

Let’s get one thing straight. Larry Davis was not a good guy. If you believe the charges against him, he killed four rival drug dealers in the Bronx, and another up in Harlem. He was finally put in jail for weapons charges and murdering another dealer by shooting through a crack house door. These crimes took […]

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Do We Need This Demonstration to Prove that Law Enforcement is Biased?

Daddys-Gun.com is a labor of love. My goal is to highlight the strength and resilience of my forefathers while showing a vibrant and pragmatic tradition of arms. Help me spread the word by liking and sharing each post. I don’ t have an ad budget and a team of marketers, but I do have a […]

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Sometimes Black Men Stand their Ground Too

The video below shows Jehrardd Williams, a 28-year-old Fort Myers man, who was the victim of a racist attack in Lee County last year. You won’t see or hear his drunk attackers hurling racial slurs at the Hispanic man sitting next to him at the counter of the Waffle House, or at couple who entered the […]

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The NAAGA: National African American Gun Association

I don’t know if my problem is with the NRA or its leadership. They are the undisputed big dogs when it comes to insuring that we continue to have the right to keep and bear arms, and they are vicious. They are so rabid about our rights to keep and bear arms that they have begun […]

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Don’t Be Shaneen: Know the Law

Yesterday I wrote about Shaneen Allen. I focused on the overzealous prosecutor, mandatory minimums and pretrial hypocracy. Then a friend who knows much more about guns and the law pointed something out to me. It could have all easily been avoided. There will always be routine traffic stops and asshole prosecutors. But if you get […]

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The Tale of Shaneen Allen, From Firearm Owner to Felon in one Jersey Lane Change

About two years ago, Shaneen Allen was pulled over on the Atlantic City Expressway. During the course of the traffic stop for unsafe lane change, she admitted to the officer that she had a pistol in her purse. She didn’t have to. There is no indication that the officer was going to search her or […]

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Georgia SCLC president suggests Black People Exercise Constitutional Rights to Bear Arms

          “You know, the SCLC stands for nonviolence, but nonviolence hasn’t worked in this instance,” said Samuel Mosteller, President of the Georgia Branch of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. “I am going to have to advocate, at this point, that all African-Americans advocate their 2nd Amendment rights.” Samuel Mosteller said those […]

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That time the Good Guy had a Gun: Philly Edition

  Just yesterday I took a look at an anti gun commercial which tied each firearm in a fake Manhattan gun shop to a tragic incidence of gun violence. I didn’t expect to find the perfect counter balance this morning, in the six men and children that could have lost their lives in a barbershop […]

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The Problem with “Know your Gun’s History”

This commercial by States United to Prevent Gun Violence was designed from the first frame to be a punch in the gut. From the choice of music to the grey Manhattan weather, you know that you’re in for a lesson. Don’t buy guns. If you do, everything near and dear to you will turn to […]

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“No Cutsies” Gun battle at Rite Aid is as dumb as it sounds

I talk a lot to people who don’t like guns. At some point their argument turns to an example of stupidity so egregious that it’s almost insulting. The moral equivalent of judging all motorists against the yardstick of their drunk driving uncle who launched his Ford Galaxie up a telephone pole one Sunday morning. You’re […]

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