If you have been through any gun safety course ever you have probably heard a variation of an industry-standard safety rule along the s of “Know Your Target and Beyond.” This safety rule makes sense and we all inherently understand that we shouldn’t fire our guns at things we can’t identify but when we feel […]
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Hosting some guests in your home? What are the best safety and tactical considerations when you have friends or family staying with you?
With the high number of surveillance cameras in use, we get a chance to see things we would never have before, such as, this video of an off-duty Brazilian Military Police Officer engaged in a defensive gun use (DGU). Here is how it all went down: Rafael Souza, a Military Police Sergeant in the Brazilian […]
Is the world really getting so bad that each of us has to own a gun in order to protect our d ones? It is intimidating and potentially dangerous. Are you ready to assume that kind of liability?
Since we can’t predict every potential situation we can’t assume that a single response plan is going to work all the time. That said, today I want to review a home defense strategy that I refer to as Isolate the Family and Defend the Room
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.