I want to make sure whenever we make decisions on anything in life, that we make them with as much factual information as possible. In this video, I discuss two incidents in which a firearm owner had a negligent discharge due at least in some part to the holster they were using. Don’t worry, in […]
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There most well known is a windless style of tourniquet that uses a handle to lever that when twisted causes the device to constrict around the limb. There are also ratcheting tourniquets that work just as you would expect, a ratcheting device allows the tourniquet to be tightened and stay secure around the limb.
An off duty deputy is attacked outside his vehicle while at a gas station. His wife is in the vehicle, and is able to fire shots at the suspects. The suspects do not expect to be shot at and flee, only after braking the deputies jaw during the assault.
The holiday season is supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year, but that is not always the case. In fact, more often than not, these silent nights are filled with criminality at a higher rate than at any other point of the year.
Today we have former 1st SFOD-Delta SGM Kyle Lamb (Ret.) on the podcast to discuss his thoughts and ideas on training and preparation and having the proper mindset to respond effectively to threats. Plus Riley asks him the question about what is the biggest mistake gun owners make everyday…listen in to hear his answer!
Having to respond to a deadly threat will likely mean you are drawing your gun out of it’s holster. Whether or not shots are actually fired, there is sometimes quite a bit of debate on when and how it is appropriate reholster the weapon. Today Matthew Maruster joins Riley to discuss this as well as […]