The Pressing Need to Know Self-Defense Law

There is an enormous deficit in the understanding of legal principles concerning the use of force among most gun owners, even among those that carry a firearm for personal protection.  This needs to change.  This is one issue I tend to broach immediately with new shooters who are interested in self-defense.  I find there is... Continue Reading →

Only What Hits Close to Home

I find it entirely absurd how, since the election of a particular individual, a significant amount of people from the left-leaning political spectrum are now arming themselves, and even suggesting that their political peers arm themselves, in order to protect their own lives from the alt-right Nazis who are apparently getting all uppity since said... Continue Reading →

I Only Carry When….

I have heard this many times: “I only carry when I am going to a bad part of town.”  Or, “I only carry when I am doing so-and-so and I might need my gun.”  So, in other words, aside from these perceived high risk environments or tasks you don’t carry.  This is a significant problem,... Continue Reading →

Civilian Specific Doctrine

Within the world of tactics, training, and even gear, there tends to be three demographics: military, law enforcement, and civilian.  Civilian, in this context, refers to armed citizens.  Even law enforcement officers and military members are, of course, civilian when out of uniform or off duty.  Most civilians who go armed are, of course, not... Continue Reading →

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