Your family won't be ready if your preparation hinges on a gun alone
(PRWEB) May 17, 2012
United States Concealed Carry Association (USCCA) today announced the launch of the Home Defense Association of America (HDAA). The USCCA, with 65,000 members, has long been known as the premiere resource for individuals who wish to conceal and carry guns. Yet, Tim Schmidt, its Founder and President, realized that the USCCA wasn’t getting the whole job done, that there were people interested in self-protection, but not necessarily concealed carry.
After much consideration, Schmidt decided that he wanted to address this gap in the market and asked himself, “What if we created an association for like-minded Americans who were looking for convenience, peace-of-mind, confidence and security? What if we created an association that offered a single source of reliable and life-saving information, training and education?” And the HDAA was born, with Schmidt as its CEO.
According to Schmidt, keeping a loaded handgun or shotgun next to your bed does not mean you are protecting your family from a home invasion. “Your family won't be ready if your preparation hinges on a gun alone,” Schmidt said. To help better educate this audience, the HDAA is offering a report entitled, “The 7 Things You Must Know before Defending Your Home with a Firearm,” which is free to anyone interested in learning more about protecting themselves, their families, and their property from a home invasion.
Providing information for responsibly equipping armed citizens to confidently protect their loved ones is the primary purpose of the HDAA. Membership in the organization offers not only education, but also group firearm liability insurance, a community of like-minded citizens, and other product discounts.
Other member benefits of the HDAA include:
- Convenience, as a one-stop place to be thoroughly prepared and protected.
- Peace of mind in being sufficiently prepared to not only deal with a home invasion attack.
- Protection from criminal prosecution or civil liability that could leave a family destitute.
- Access to a community of like-minded people, where members can ask questions of other gun owners, who understand the importance of preparedness
- Confidence in knowing that when a bad situation arises, knowing exactly what needs to be done.
The HDAA is The ONLY member-owned, association that equips its members to prevail, to stay out of prison, and to survive the legal and financial consequences of armed self-defense. When forced to use a gun during a home invasion, the HDAA has its members’ backs.
To learn more about home self defense or to get the free report, “The 7 Things You Must Know before Defending Your Home with a Firearm,” visit http://www.HDAA.com .