Tourist Attractions and Personal Defense

Tourist Attractions and Personal Defense I recently spent a weekend in Nashville, Tennessee. While I am away from home I am always a little more vigilant. I tend to pay attention to people’s dress and actions more than in my home area. While I was spending time in the touristic areas of town; Music Row, Downtown, and […]

Mental Warfare Is Here

Mental Warfare Is Here I remember reading in history about an ancient civilization, (I can’t remember which one) that used prisoners for mental warfare. The prisoners were sent to battle, but instead of killing the enemy, they were ordered to kill themselves. This shocked the enemy, giving the army had an advantage. The enemy could not mentally […]

Don’t Forget The Knife

Don’t Forget The Knife The recent mass stabbing in PA should serve as a reminder to us all, when firearms are out of the equation, violent people will still find means of violence. When you are in a situation that firearms are not available in, don’t forget the knife. It is a great defensive option, […]

Who Is Responsible For Your Personal Safety?

Who Is Responsible For Your Personal Safety? This past week there was a mass stabbing in a “protected” or “safe” zone. This has me thinking about my personal safety and what I can do to avoid a similar situation. We have to face the facts, these terroristic events are not stopping in the near future. How […]

Lessons From The Texas Tower Shooting

Lessons From The Texas Tower Shooting The Texas tower shooting was the first major school shooting in the U.S. and until 2007, the worst school shooting in U.S. history. There are several lessons to be learned. What happened On August 1, 1966 a single gunman, disguised as a repairman entered the University of Texas campus in Austin, […]

How Much Confidence Do You Have?

How Much Confidence Do You Have? How much confidence do you have in your shooting abilities? Are you 100% certain that you can hit where you aim, not just what you aim at, but where you actually aim. Can you without questioning yourself shoot and hit a 3 or 4 inch target? Below is an example of […]

Alien Gear Holster Review

Alien Gear Holster Review Alien Gear Holsters have been growing in popularity lately. I thought this would be a good time to get my hands on one and do a review of it. The Alien Gear Holster is a unique design. It consists of a leather backing that goes against your body, and a kydex […]

Defend Then Protect – Follow Through After Defending Yourself

Defend Then Protect – Follow Through After Defending Yourself What do you do in the immediate seconds after firing a defensive shot? Those next few seconds are a critical element in how you continue to fair after the situation. They can make the difference in life and death for you. They can make the difference in […]

Firearm Registration

Firearm Registration If I simply got a dime for every time I was asked about firearm registration, I would retire very soon. The United States Government does not have a firearm registration. They do not require you to register firearms! Some states and territories do have registrations, but those are limited. From my research I can […]

Achieving Your Goals

Achieving Your Goals – Life is More Than Self Defense We all have goals in life, some are more achievable than others, but if we set semi achievable goals and work twice as hard they can be achieved. I set personal goals for myself this year, of which one was to increase my physical fitness. […]

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