Posted April 13, 2018 5:57 pm by Comments

By Brandon Curtis

By Dan Zimmerman via TTAG

While I’ve been securely hitched for well over thirty years, I have sympathy for single people who take their gun rights seriously. Dating is enough of a minefield without throwing the volatile topic of how each party feels about gun rights and the Second Amendment into the mix.

How do you bring up with him? When do you broach the subject…on the first date? Down the road? What happens if she feels your concealed carry gun before you’ve had “the talk.”

We live in a 50/50, deeply divided country where tolerance of opposing views is pretty much a thing of the past. How can you possibly make a lasting love connection with someone who doesn’t agree with some of your most cherished and firmly-held beliefs?

One solution is to make sure you avoid wasting time with people whose values are in direct opposition to yours. Avoid a big point of conflict by making sure that you only date people who feel the same way about the right to keep and bear arms as you do. Which is the concept behind

Here’s their press release:

APRIL 11, 2018 – Finding …Read the Rest

Source:: Concealed Nation

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