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?
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Some time ago, We asked some of our customers to complete a survey assessing their ability to intervene in an emergency trauma incident. The results surprised me, and I think they will surprise you also. We learned a lot about our audiences’ familiarity with emergency trauma care by loing at the data. For a long […]
News outlets like Healthday and WebMD reported results of a blockbuster study that unequivocally prove restrictive gun laws directly reduce suicides and homicides involving guns. However, wait. What did the study show exactly? Is this the slam dunk piece of research for which legislators have been waiting? The big question is: Do gun laws reduce […]
Riley and Jacob discuss six core tactics you should be deploying in any potential home defense scenario to ensure NOT ONLY that you don’t accidentally shoot the wrong person but that you also maximize your odds of success should you have a real threat.
Today, Riley and Jacob review survey data collected from students at various periods after their initial concealed carry class. We discuss some best practices and considerations to help people overcome the common struggles that we all face.
Today Riley and Jacob cover the latest stories from around the USA in the firearms and concealed carry communities. With legislative updates, general interest stories and analysis of JUSTIFIED SAVE events, situations where regular citizens were forced to stop violent attacks, robberies and sexual assaults by using their own lawfully possessed and carried firearms. Today’s […]