Home Security Part I: Overview

Your home is your castle; while this expression is quite cliché, it denotes the sentiment that your home is a safe place.  What made medieval castles safe?  Typically, they were powerful fortifications consisting of defensive walls and barriers, allowing the defenders to repel greatly superior numbers of invaders.  Likely, your home does not have high... Continue Reading →

CCX2 – Concealed Carry Lifestyle Discussion

I was a guest on CCX2, a podcast collaboration between USA Carry and Concealed Nation, and we had a great discussion on things related to concealed carry, home carry, home invasion, preparedness, and a variety of other topics, answering listener questions. If interested your can check it out here: Concealed Carry Lifestyle Discussion

Long Gun Efficacy in Civilian Self-Defense

Let me say from the very beginning, before anyone gets hysterical and accuses me of being an inti-gunner (imagine): I think every American that believes in individual liberty should own and know how to use an AR15 or similar rifle, and should have the magazines, accessories, body armor, and plate carrier to go along with... Continue Reading →

Fire Extinguishers and Guns: Why the Dichotomy?

Per the National Fire Protection Association, there averages 355,400 house fires a year in the United States.  Of that, the majority end without injury, although 11,670 people are injured annually as a result of house fires. Per the Bureau of Justice statistics, there averages 3,713,000 home break-ins each year.  In these incidents, 7.2% involved the... Continue Reading →

Home Security – Three Excellent Tools

If you have been hesitant to invest in a professionally installed and monitored home security system, or if you have disbanded such a service because you were not happy with it, how can you adequately secure your home on your own?  One of the obvious advantages that a monitored system will have is the automatic... Continue Reading →

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