In this episode, Riley and Matthew discuss some deep stuff together with Aaron Raynor of Savage Combatives like which skills or techniques are difficult to train on the range because it’s different in real-world application. Plus we touch on deadly force law, difficulties that law enforcement officers (and regular citizens) face in today’s world, and the importance […]
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In today’s episode we take and answer several questions and address topics we received from listeners. Check out today’s episode for information about 2nd Amendment rights versus party politics, home lighting and security and some strategies involving new home technology that could help you in an invasion. We also talk about a particular holster that […]
We’ve had a few podcast listeners request that we do an episode where we discuss the potential issues for friendly fire during deadly force encounters. While these sorts of situations are EXTREMELY rare (we, to date, have not been able to find one single instance where one concealed carrier shot another mistaking them as the […]
Oftentimes law enforcement is held up–and usually rightfully so–as the standard for firearms training. But is that necessarily the correct standard to be compared to? Is the law enforcement standard even all that high? Can civilians be equally as prepared and trained–or better–than the law enforcement officers that also serve and protect them? What does […]
Today we take a break from our normal Monday news episode and answer the most common questions submitted during our American Gun Law launch that we were unable to get to during the live webinar.
Ok, stick with me this is going to be a bit of a story but it’s worth reading through this… In early April of 2016 a NBC news team was driving down the road when they stumbled upon a man who had a firearm pointed at another man outside a church. They pulled over and […]