I’ve been getting geeky lately about first aid and trauma management. While I’m still no expert I’ve been surrounding myself with a lot of EMT, Medic, and Corpsman experts recently as well as consuming a lot training content and courses. One thing I’ve been considering lately is the value in having a kit that […]
Articles that emphasize and teach about firearm safety rules and issues at home, when carrying, and at the range.
The top of the 2.0 comes with a top of the price tag, so you are probably asking, is it worth it. If you like technology and having the best, this safe should be in your home. Because it los so darn sweet, it can be placed
Two people were in a car driving on U.S. 131. The passenger “accidentally” shot himself in the leg. The driver, naturally startled, then drove the car off the road, through a construction zone, and into a ditch. When officers arrived they applied a tourniquet to the victim’s leg and transported him to the hospital. Police […]
Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster talk about how to get back to the shooting range after you’ve had a dry spell like Coronavirus. How to stay sharp, what to do to warmup, maybe what drills and skills to use and work on that are likely to have perished, and . Tune in!
We’ve all been there before, our first time at the gun range. It can be a bit nerve wracking your first time if you have no idea what you’re doing. I get it, I’ve been there. I still experience it when I visit a new range. Though, it is a bit different for me now. […]
The climates of Cleveland and San Diego probably couldn’t be opposite. San Diego has arguably the most ideal weather conditions of anywhere in the country, while Cleveland…well not so much. Dealing with firearm carry differences in those climates has led me…