Jacob and Bryan get together to talk through the importance of having a handful of key phrase or commands that you consider in advance, rehearse as part of your training, and utilize in various situations. Join us for a valuable discussion!
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Californians in San Francisco’s Marina District are scared of the unrestricted property crime and home burglaries plaguing their neighborhood. So they have decided to hire private security to do what the municipal police seem unable or unwilling to do. Increasing Crime Rates: There is no escaping it; crime rates are up in California and across […]
It is painfully apparent that what most people think about armed or unarmed self-defense is based on fantasy. This disconnect is most evident whenever the media and public nincompoops give their “professional” opinion on any given officer-involved shooting (OIS). Without fail, someone races to show the world that they don’t understand violent encounters and says […]
Carrying around a gun is already a little uncomfortable. Carrying around extra magazines is even complicated… but how important is it to have extra ammunition. How many rounds do you need to stop a threat?
Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster discuss and break down the incident that happened in Arvada, Colorado on June 21, 2021 and claimed the lives of Officer Gordon Beesley and Good Samaritan Johnny Hurley. What went wrong? What went right? What can we learn from this and use as a lesson learned to do better in […]
2020 is turning out to be a strange year, for sure. I’m really not even sure what to think at this point any. We’ve got a pandemic around the globe that has wreaked havoc on every aspect of human life, the economy has tanked big time, and now there is talk about de-funding (with some […]