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!
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WHY Should You Track Your Firearm Training and Practice? Before we discuss the best tools and methods, let me begin with some reasons why I feel it is a good idea to log and track all your shooting! You Cannot Improve What You Do Not Measure The reason you take classes and spend time […]
This is a very valid question to ask. If you do not plan on carrying around a firearm are there any other reasons you should consider getting your concealed carry permit or license anyway? What follows are my thoughts on things you might consider in making this decision. The Education and Training Is Valuable I […]
Hotels are a necessary part of almost all leisure and business travel. Here we review the policies of most of the major Hotel chains and the best practices for securing and storing a firearm in a Hotel.
A guide to helping the American gun owner travel to and navigate United States National Parks while legally and safely carrying a firearm for self-defense.
Today Riley is flying solo with the podcast and presents the pre-recorded interview he and Jacob did together with self-defense law expert Andrew Branca at SHOT Show 2018. We cover a variety of topics dealing with the difference between the threat of force and use of deadly force, brandishing, and understanding where the legal boundaries […]