Context matters and the vehicle is one place where the environment does change some of the best practices and tactics deployed by concealed carriers for daily comfort and preparedness and how one might respond to an actual threat while in the car. One of these considerations is what to do with your seat belt. In […]
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Should you carry a handheld light (HHL) or weapon-mounted light (WML)? The answer is surprisingly simple-get both. Each light has a place and purpose. Using one type of light when the other is appropriate can be very dangerous. If you want to continue reading, I’m happy to explain the justification behind my recommendation. Basic Requirements […]
Some time ago, We asked some of our customers to complete a survey assessing their ability to intervene in an emergency trauma incident. The results surprised me, and I think they will surprise you also. We learned a lot about our audiences’ familiarity with emergency trauma care by loing at the data. For a long […]
Today, Jacob Paulsen takes over primary host duties as he spends the episode asking Riley Bowman questions in rapid fire fashion. This should be an info-packed, entertainment-filled episode. Tune in!
Air travel with a firearm is generally a pleasant experience if one understands the laws and is well prepared. This article will out the basic do’s and don’ts.
We all know we are likely to save a life using a good Trauma Kit than our concealed firearm. But, whatever the situation calls for, we want to have the tools to best address it. So grab your IFAK or trauma kit and open it up as you read through this article. In […]