I am a podcast fanatic and I listen to many different shows every week. For those invested in self-defense and preparedness there are some excellent resources in the podcast world. Obviously, and shamelessly, I would suggest that you routinely listen to the CCX2 podcast, on which I am a host. Beyond that, though, here are... Continue Reading →
Another great discussion on the CCX2 podcast this past Thursday. We discussed eight recent incidents and some of them are very bizarre, ranging from road rage incidents to cougar attacks. In the year 2020 people and furry creatures alike are losing their minds. Tune in to hear some good discussion on this variety of self-defense... Continue Reading →
Had a great discussion with USA Carry and Concealed Nation on the CCX2 show about justified force concerning some recent incidents, and a whole lot more. If interested, check it out here.
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 →
In a recent shooting in Florida, an armed citizen named Michael Drejka shot and killed a man named Markeis McGlockton following an altercation in a parking lot. The incident was caught on video so we can see it transpire. Everyone is talking about stand your ground laws and how they are “racist,” but stand your... Continue Reading →
While I am primarily a handgunner in the field of personal protection the handgun related skillset is only one among many that a capable individual should be serious about. Many folks within the self-defense community have put together lists of critical skills to have, so this is obviously nothing new. However, what I am trying... Continue Reading →
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 →