The well-documented use of tourniquets on the battlefields of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) and Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) has saved countless lives, and their use has increased in popularity in recent years especially within the firearm and first responder communities. Anyone who has the foresight to put together a medical bag for any reason probably […]
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Today I’m going to address a common question or comment I hear from gun owners and students. It generally goes something like this: If there is a no gun sign on the door of a business I will just go through a side door where they don’t have the sign or I will just say […]
Halloween has always been a day that is surrounded by an air of death and fright, but we as a society know that these grisly images and macabre masks are for fun. In reality, we still wish to avoid the mortal dangers of the world regardless of how in-depth we go with our festivities.
Each year in the United States, there are approximately 38,000 reported carjackings. If you are one of these unfortunate targets, it is important to know that 75% of the time, the bad guy uses a weapon. These numbers coupled with the fact that sitting in a vehicle places you at a tactical disadvantage means we […]
This decade seems to have given rise to a great “prepper” movement in the USA. Survival and prepping blogs are shooting up and we are all working on our bunkers. Good preppers prepare for anything regardless of how unlikely something may appear to be or what historical stats tell us. That said, if you are loing to […]