CCX2 with John Murphy of FPF Training

This past Tuesday night we had John Murphy of FPF Training join us to discuss criminal assault paradigm. I have met John several times in the past and I have actually taken his Street Encounter Skills class when it was a single day format, I reviewed that class here: Our discussion delves deep into the... Continue Reading →

De-Escalation: An Obligation

Being able to mitigate a heated situation before it turns violent is a skill you should have, especially if you go armed.  This seems to be of ever-more pressing importance in modern society. It is also of great concern currently, in the midst of this pandemic, where we find seemingly normal people getting irate over... Continue Reading →

The Top 10 Worth a Read

Having written well over two hundred articles in the past two years for this blog and elsewhere I looked back through this catalog recently in an effort to deduce what I consider “the best,” or at least what I would rank as my better contributions to the knowledge base of self-defense, firearms, and Second Amendment... Continue Reading →

Lambs and Tigers

Tiger Tiger, burning bright, In the forests of the night; What immortal hand or eye, Could frame thy fearful symmetry? …. Did he who made the Lamb make thee? -William Blake   Human beings encompass much of nature’s behavior and certain individuals are far more lamb than tiger, and vice versa.  I am of the... Continue Reading →

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