I was a guest on the CCX2 show again and we had an excellent discussion on lethal force related to civil unrest and riots, as well as a good discussion on alternate forms of carry while exercising, and a number of other topics. If interested, check it out Here.
While it is undeniable that Pat McNamara brings a good deal of entertainment value to the shooting and personal protection world, he is also exceedingly knowledgeable and skilled both as a practitioner and instructor. I read his book, Sentinel: Become the Agent in Charge of Your Own Protection Detail some time ago. McNamara approaches the... Continue Reading →
Author and self-defense aficionado Skip Coryell hosts The Home Defense Show. It is an excellent podcast and I had the pleasure of being featured on it this past week. Tune in to hear a good discussion on home defense, in particular, how to safely answer your front door and deal with unexpected visitors. Also, check... Continue Reading →
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 →
There is no lack of books on the market that pertain to self-defense. A lot of this material is excellent, but much of it is junk. My advice is to read as much of this material as possible, but certainly aim to weed out the nonsense. As an enthusiast of this discipline I have read... Continue Reading →
Feminism is a big topic of late, the election of Donald Trump has set it ablaze, as was expected. I have no intention of weighing in on the issues that so many ladies are mad about currently, however, there is one glaring omission that seems to be missing from their list of denied rights. Of... Continue Reading →
There is much ado about active shooters. I prefer the term active killers as mass murderers tend to use other tools besides just firearms: we have seen vehicle attacks, edged weapon attacks, and explosive attacks of late. Each, of course, requires some degree of differing response. But in particular the active shooter seems to be... Continue Reading →
Most of us spend a lot of time in office buildings. I envy folks who spend much of their professional life outdoors. Of course when it is 15 degrees and blowing sleet as I sit in a comfortable office sipping coffee, not so much. Anyway, most of us tend to let down our guard in... Continue Reading →