There are numerous reasons why you might not want to, or simply cannot, shoot your attacker. Just some of these reasons are as follows: Maybe your gun has had a catastrophic failure–even the most reliable of guns can break at inopportune times. Or, maybe it’s not good because there are people beyond your target and […]
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Andrew Branca joins Jacob Paulsen to address an area of law often misunderstood that has real implications for concealed carriers. Are there situations when it is to draw the firearm and make threats with the firearm but it is illegal to use that gun?
Garden City, Alabama — Residents in a Garden City home we up to find four suspects breaking into their house, early August 17th, ending in one of the suspects being shot. Once inside the home they were met by the homeowner who was armed, and ended up immediately leaving the house after coming into contact […]
Riley Bowman interviews Don West from CCW Safe to get a behind the scenes lo at what goes into a self-defense case. Mr. West was the lead attorney on the George Zimmerman case, this nation’s highest-profile self-defense case featuring a successful affirmative defense. We’re going to get into the nitty-gritty of what really goes on […]
I like to go over some of the interesting news stories as they relate to guns to make sure we’re all kept up to date on what is going on out there in our industry. This is by far not all of the news out there for July, just the ones that I’ve cherry […]
With nearly every officer in the country wearing body-worn cameras, we have an opportunity to analyze deadly-force encounters. From loing at the videos we can better understand how these violent incidents play out in real life. Because of the great amount of data, training has moved from ‘range theatrics’ that had little application in real […]