A husband, father, and off-duty deputy died last week when catalytic converter thieves killed him in a Houston, Texas, store parking lot. I present this tragic story consideration in deciding how, when and for what you are willing to die for. I’ll start by saying you’re likely to be angered by this post. Some of […]
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The idea of being a sheepdog is a noble one. However, it’s fair to see if a misunderstanding of that term leads non-law enforcement officers into an improper mentality. Origin of the term “Sheepdog” — I don’t know when or why the term “sheepdog” became a popular conceal carrier descriptor. I suspect it is born […]
This 48-second video clip teaches so many vital lessons about the reality of violence. The lessons are universal and apply to everyone, whether they carry a gun or not. So please consider sharing this post with others. I came across this video clip that shows a supposed off-duty New York Police Officer inside a gas […]
Riley Bowman and Jacob Paulsen discuss a recent article from Greg Ellifritz titled “Too Much Situational Awareness?” which is a great question that we should all ask ourselves: can we have too much situational awareness? How can we properly assess risk and apply ourselves appropriately to various situations we find ourselves in?
Riley Bowman interviews Varg Freeborn, author of the bos Violence of Mind and Beyond OODA. We’re going to get into what situational awareness REALLY is about as understood by a man who has truly lived a life of violence. This episode has the potential to change the course of your life, so tune in!
Riley and Jacob discuss the last month of events that have resulted in a number of challenges for the Concealed Carry Podcast team and especially for Jacob. From this has come many lessons learned that we hope will benefit each of you as well.