Armed2Defend has recently joined forces with the USCCA to bring THE BEST concealed carry membership program to our students. To help with the switch, the USCCA is doing something BIG all month long for Armed2Defend’s customers…

Every new USCCA Member who activates their Self-Defense SHIELD protection is entered to win a brand-new gun. If you’re still on the fence about joining forces with the USCCA, this concealed carry story may help…

It’s a story about a man named Richard…

Richard is a USCCA member who lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He and his wife live in a nice neighborhood on the outskirts of town. Richard was laid off a few months before, but came home on a Thursday evening excited to tell his wife that the interview went great and they offered him a new job, his dream job, on the SPOT! After weeks of scraping by, they were finally going to be able to count on receiving a steady paycheck again.

So, the weekend started off on a good note…

They invited some family over for a cookout to celebrate their good news.

And this is where the story takes a sharp left turn…

While the burgers were cooking on the grill, Richard’s brother went
around to the front of the house to get something out of his car. After a few minutes, Richard and the other guests noticed that he hadn’t returned. Instead, they heard raised voices coming from the front yard. Richard went out front to see what was going on.

Apparently, some thug caught his brother off guard, and when he resisted the carjacking attempt, they proceeded to beat him severely in the head with a wooden baseball bat! Richard clearly could see that if he didn’t act soon, his brother wasn’t going to survive. He quickly retrieved his firearm he used for carrying concealed and headed out the front door and into the fray…

Despite his shouted commands, the criminal didn’t stop the beating…

However, once Richard drew his firearm, the attacker got wise and bolted.

Well, I wish I could say the police and ambulance arrived shortly thereafter, and his brother survived and Richard was hailed as a hero. Thank God his brother survived, but even though Richard stopped the robbery and saved his brother’s life without ever firing a shot, HE was the one who was arrested!

Dragged away like a criminal with his bloody brother lying on the ground…and his frightened wife crying in the doorway…

Shortly after arriving at the police station, he was charged and thrown in jail because he couldn’t afford the massive bail bond that the gun-hating judge imposed on him…

Can you imagine how he was feeling?

Scared…angry…lost…alone…

Happily, because Richard is a USCCA member, he was able to make a call to his Critical Response Team.

The USCCA Self-Defense SHIELD took all of the burden off of his shoulders…

The USCCA paid his bail, connected him with a pro-2A attorney in his area, and kept his wife and family updated the whole time.

Want to know the best part, though?

The USCCA made it all go away so quickly and seamlessly for Richard that he was back home in less than 24 hours and able to start his brand-new job Monday morning.

And Richard is just one of many responsibly armed USCCA members that we’ve saved over the years.

Don’t you think it’s a good time to join forces with an organization who’ll fight as hard for you as it did for Richard? And remember, when you join forces with the USCCA today you’ll also lock in your chance to win a brand-new gun.

Click the image below to secure your entry to win (gun offered changes daily, actual prize is a check for the gun’s MSRP):

Remember, the second you activate your USCCA Membership, you’ll be covered by the same powerful protection that not only got the charges against Richard dropped…

…but got him back to his wife and his life in less than 24 hours. This is about knowing that someone has your back.

When you activate your USCCA Self-Defense SHIELD today, you’ll get 100% peace of mind & your chance to win a brand-new gun…

Activate Your Self-Defense SHIELD + Win Your New Gun…

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