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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Some safes are somewhat of a hybrid between concealment and a traditional safe. These can be mounted between studs in the wall and covered by mirrors or artwork. Or, you can use the ones that lo like
Today Riley is MIA (Missing in Action), so Jacob and Matthew decided to play while he was away by recording this episode about hosting visitors at your home or being hosted by someone else and how to handle the intricacies of those situations while being a good concealed carrier. Enjoy!
This is a question I sometimes receive from students. Firearms are expensive and if they were to be lost to a fire, flood, or theft the owner could be out some serious financial assets. Firearms are on a short list, along with real estate, classic cars, and some baseball cards, that if you take really […]
We all train and prepare to be able to use our firearms to defend ourselves in any life threatening situation but of course we hope we don’t have to. Today’s article will out 29 things you can do to increase your home security and make it less likely that you will have to use the […]
It was a pretty proud moment for that young shooter! Later during a course I was taking, I flubbed a simple action, when home and worked it “dry” then went back and smed through the exercise perfectly. Some one asked how I’d improved, and I said, “Dry practice!” Yes, it does work!