For most of us the firearm sits concealed on our torso, near the waist. This creates a number of challenges when one walks into a bathroom stall and drops the pants. In this article we will explore the ins and outs of how to deal with this situation safely and tactically.
Articles that emphasize and teach about firearm safety rules and issues at home, when carrying, and at the range.
In two unrelated incidents last month in Colorado, two children died from accidental self-inflicted gunshot wounds. Police charged all four parents with various criminal offenses. Three of the four parents turned themselves over to police, but as of April 29th, one parent is still on the run. Two children unintentionally shoot themselves — The first […]
For a moment, think about all the different on accounts you have. The accounts probably cover social media, shopping, banking, and your home security cameras, just to name a few. Each one requires a password for access. Now think about the horrific damage one could do if they had your passwords and sinister motives. That […]
According to news reports, a Georgia Prosecutor unintentionally shot himself in the upper leg. The incident presents us with three major lessons. Here is what happened. Unintended Discharge in a Georgia Courthouse — Earlier this month, a Georgia Assistant District Attorney (ADA) was inside the courthouse speaking to a colleague. As the two talked about […]
Cyber scams and attacks are increasing in frequency and severity. People of all demographics and groups are the targets of cyber attacks. I noticed the “defensive-gun” community rarely addresses this topic. So, with a background in Cyber Security, I thought I would take the next few weeks and months to write a few articles outlining […]
When was the last time you unloaded the magazine of your everyday carry (EDC) gun and inspected all the rounds you carry? If the last time you saw the final round in the magazine was when you filled your magazine six months ago, consider the following reasons to inspect your ammunition often. Why should […]