Today, Riley and Matthew talk about the recent mass shootings that happened in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio. We talk about strategies for prevailing if you ever find yourself in one. And we also talk about how to avoid getting mistaken as a “bad guy” by cops in the chaos if you do indeed […]
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I have heard many instructors tell their students this: You have to be able to re-holster your firearm without loing down at your holster. My opinion on re-holstering is different than what many have been teaching for quite some time.
Pepper spray or OC spray can be a good defensive tool in situations where carrying a firearm is prohibited or unpractical. But understand, OC spray is not a magic wand that stops attackers in their tracks and send then running for the hills. Attackers can…
Chances are, you have heard someone say ‘complacency kills!’ But this statement is hyperbole. Not meant for us to take literally … right? Well, sorry to break it to you, but complacency does kill. It is something we should guard against in all aspects of our lives. Complacency Blinds us to Real Dangers When we […]
Bad guys, especially organized and motivated ones, like those pulling off bank robberies, home invasions, kidnappings, and terrorist acts often roll in packs. So scanning and assessing the area for other threats has become a drill I teach and often see. Unfortunately, many instructors and students don’t understand the reason behind the skill; and because […]
The Concealed Carry Lifestyle is challenging in many ways but at the top of the list is understanding the decision to intervene or to exclude yourself from an external encounter in order to safe the life of a stranger. How will you make that decision?