The Second Amendment guarantees your right to have your handgun with you at all times for your protection. Some go the extra mile to preserve that right:
A 36-year-old man was shot to death early Monday during an argument at a gas station just west of downtown Orlando, police said.
Delvin Jamar Broner was lying on the floor inside the Circle K on John Young Parkway at Old Winter Garden Road when officers arrived shortly before 1 a.m., according to Orlando police.
They were called there by 29-year-old Titus Bernard, who acknowledged to shooting Broner after he drew a pistol, according to police.
Bernard, who has a valid concealed-weapons permit, told officers he was arguing with Broner inside the store when Broner pulled the gun, which was “partially concealed” under his clothes, police said.
I have mentioned to readers before that threats to your personal safety or to your self-esteem can come without warning and in multiple forms, sometimes as innocent as a bag of popcorn tossed in disrespect. Imagine how this would have turned out if just one of these two had neglected to bring his weapon that night.