Today Riley and Jacob share the multiple-months-long research data that our company recently finished putting together on Active Shooter Events (ASE). This is based on the FBI’s data, but we noticed that the FBI conveniently left out some events and perhaps also miscategorized some others. We made sure to review everything and came up with […]
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This is a very valid question to ask. If you do not plan on carrying around a firearm are there any other reasons you should consider getting your concealed carry permit or license anyway? What follows are my thoughts on things you might consider in making this decision. The Education and Training Is Valuable I […]
Today Riley and Jacob share the interview Jacob recently did with Jeff Houston, Veteran Green Beret and lead firearm instructor for NRA Carry Guard. Jeff also runs Tac7, which focuses on specialized security services and active shooter response/preparation programs.
I see signage everywhere at gun ranges, training academies, and in firearms forums/social media groups that say something like this: wear appropriate range attire. I wonder, though, what is proper “range attire,” and why would I want to wear it to the range if I’m not always walking around the town wearing it? Sure, there […]