I have seen a pandemic of sorts, affecting many gun owners. The disease presents itself primarily when the gun owner is shooting. The symptoms are quite easy to spot. This despicable disease causes the shooter to inexplicably turn into a one-eyed pirate. Fortunately, I have not confirmed any cases where the disease has caused the […]
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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?
There is no question that weapon mounted lights are not only popular with the military or Police Officers working the graveyard shift but civilian gun owners as well. I have seen and of them pop up on the guns of everyday concealed carriers because of their usefulness. I don’t personally have one on […]
This is a critical, potentially life-saving topic that I have wanted to address for quite some time now. The accompanying video is meant to burn into your brain, a visual of the ever-present danger that LEO’s face during every contact; as well as a technique concealed carriers can use to win a deadly force incident. […]
Most folks that take self-defense seriously and carry a pistol on a daily basis have trained and continue training on an individual level. But have you combined your live fire training with another person that you may spend a great deal of time with in your daily life, perhaps a spouse, coworker, or close friend? […]