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Firearms Debate: Should You Keep a Round Chambered In Your Firearm?

Firearms Debate: Should You Keep a Round Chambered In Your Firearm? Attorney Marc J. Victor and  John Correia of Active Self Protection discuss the pros and cons of keeping a round chambered in your firearm. Marc J. Victor is an  Arizona State bar certified specialist in criminal law  who has been zealously  representing clients in serious state and federal  criminal law matters including many gun-related matters for nearly twenty-five years.  He is frequently contacted as the Legal expert on Morning Shows and Radio Shows across the nation. The Attorneys For Freedom is the only law firm endorsed by the Crossroads of the West Gun Show in Phoenix where Marc speaks regularly.

Firearms Debate: Should You Keep a Round Chambered In Your Firearm?

John Correia is the founder of  Active Self Protection and a firearms expert who has been  teaching people in all walks of life to develop the attitude, skills and plan to defend themselves and their families from harm. John  travels throughout the country teaching practical self-defense, and defensive strategies, focusing especially on those who utilize firearms in their self-defense toolkit.

Marc and John debate the  hot-button issue “Should you keep a round chambered  in your firearm?” There are good points on both sides of this issue. Many people do not know that in Arizona, an accidental discharge is a mandatory  prison offense if convicted. Weighing the fact that having an accidental discharge is more likely than needing a round chambered to defend yourself, having a round chambered may not be the best option for everyone. On the other hand, if you are highly trained in firearm use and safety, you may choose  to carry with a round chambered and never have an issue.

Firearms Debate

Firearms Debate: Should You Keep a Round Chambered In Your Firearm?

The choice to carry with a round chambered may be different for each individual. Each person should make this decision based on their own level of knowledge, training, and skill. For more information on self-defense and firearms education, subscribe to John’s Youtube channel: Active Self Protection.