Restricted Environment Weapons

Nothing chaps my ass like having to travel to “non-permissive environments,” particularly in reference to entire states or cities. Court buildings and other federal locations are typically restricted and this is unlikely to change.  The states and cities that prohibit the carry of defensive firearms are obviously populated with people who like having their betters,... Continue Reading →

Life Balance as a Concealed Carrier

Carry your gun, all the time. This is the advice that most of the respected firearms and self-defense trainers will offer.  There is merit to this advice. Murphy’s law dictates that what can go wrong will go wrong, and if you carry a gun only 50% of the time, guess which 50% will most likely... Continue Reading →

Draw Stroke Start Positions Compared

With more serious practitioners of concealed carry than ever before, the true enthusiasts among that crowd have continued to refine the mechanics involved in deploying a handgun from concealment.  While I am certainly an enthusiast who likes shooting, and pursing an advanced skillset in shooting simply for the craft itself, I have always been rooted... Continue Reading →

Interview with Annette Evans

This Tuesday we had Annette Evans on the CCX2 Show. Even though Annette is a serious shooter, she focuses heavily on the many other aspects of personal security that are important, particularly for women. If you are a lady who is interested in personal protection, or if you are a man who wants some great... Continue Reading →

A Good Discussion on Preparation

The CCX2 Show typically focuses on concealed carry and personal protection, but in light of the scary times in which we live, we devoted an entire show to prepping. I think we managed to lay out a good preliminary outline for overall preparation. For those of you interested in having a sound stay home plan,... Continue Reading →

Proactive Avoidance

In the second decade of the 21st Century we need to be actively practicing the skill of avoidance.  No longer is it good enough to simply parrot the advice to “avoid the fight.”  Rather, the citizen self-defender needs to practice what I will refer to as “proactive avoidance.”  Unfortunately, we live in a time of... Continue Reading →

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