Coach Guns

Best Coach Guns: the Stow-N-Go Defenders You Want Riding Shotgun

 

Call me old fashioned and nostalgic, but I still think short, side-by-side 12 Gauge Coach Guns are Cool as the other side of my pillow.

Now this is not to say that I think they are COOLER than a Pump 12 like a Remington 870 or Mossberg 590, but they are right up there!

Why? Like all shotty’s, they can handle all manner of threats: 2 legged, 4 legged or no legs at all (snakes) but they are compact and fast!

And before you start talking about ammo capacity, take it from me: If 2 rounds of 00 or #4 Buck Does not solve your problem, you seriously need to think about something belt fed because buddy, YOU GOT SERIOUS FUCKING ISSUES! 😄

The best gun for the money from this list IMO is the Stoeger.

FYI: I could give a shit about exposed hammers. I am not a cowboy shooter, I am just a cowboy who occasionally needs to shoot things.

Prepare Accordingly.

 

Breaking Contact (Part I)

Good Stuff.
Prepare Now or Pay the Undertaker Later.

tacticalprofessor

CCW Safe is doing a series about our ultimate goal in Personal Protection. I am happy that I have been able to make a contribution to the literature of our Art.

Our goal in personal protection is to force a break in contact [with a criminal attacker]. We want them to go away, or we want to go away. One or the other.

https://ccwsafe.com/blog/breaking-contact-pt-1

This philosophical fundamental is the true meaning of “Get off the X” for the Private Citizen. Sidestepping or whatever method is taught to get off the X isn’t the end or even the important part of the process. Forcing the attacker to withdraw or making our escape is the end objective.

It’s nothing new. Military units have probably been doing this since before the Roman Empire existed. It’s easily overlooked at the moment of an incident, though. For some folks, escaping is a natural response but…

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Court upholds Right of Armed Citizen to Shoot a Police Officer in Defense

Court upholds Right of Armed Citizen to Shoot a Police Officer in Defense

This man spent Five Years of his life in Jail for acting in Reasonable Self-Defense against a cop who did not follow the rules.

This part bears repeating:

The agents of the government are not supposed to be our masters. They are supposed to be our servants.

When agents of the government act as criminals, they should not be surprised when citizens treat them as criminals. When they disregard due process, they should lose immunity for their actions.

The case shows why the Stand Your Ground law was needed. Warrants are not only to protect the accused. Properly used, they also protect police.  If the officer had a warrant, had knocked on the door and presented it, it is highly likely he would not have been shot.

Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!

Homeowner Shot by Police

Greenville, SC – On June 13th at around 11:49 PM, a Greenville County Dispatch Center Received a call from an alarm company regarding a panic alarm activation from the residence of 305 Eastcrest Drive. The alarm company attempted to make contact with the owner of the cell phone but did not receive an answer. The alarm company then notified the Greenville County dispatch center. The county dispatcher also attempted to make contact with the owner of the cell phone without success.

A deputy was then dispatched to the home at around 11:54 PM.

Just after midnight, the first deputy arrived on scene and rang the doorbell but was unable to make contact with anybody inside.

As the deputy proceeded to walk off the front porch to begin a perimeter check of the home, he noticed movement from inside the home and returned to the front door to further investigate.

As the deputy returned to the front door, he noticed a man through the window on the left side of the door.

The man who was later identified as the homeowner was seen on the deputy’s body-worn camera and observed by the deputy holding a gun.

According to the deputy, after noticing the man inside, he illuminates him with his flashlight and as he did so the man who was initially walking away from the front door turned and cornered his gun at him.

In an effort to defend himself against a perceived threat, the deputy fired his issued weapon as he retreated off the porch and subsequently struck the individual multiple times.

After a brief communication exchange between the deputy and homeowner, the deputy entered the residence and began to provide medical attention until EMS arrived on scene.

The individual is recovering from his wounds.


Lesson to be Learned: Communication is key. If the Homeowner would have spoken to the alarm company after the Panic Alarm had been triggered, all of this could have been avoided.

I always tell family and friends regardless of the situation, if police come to your house thinking a crime is being committed, DO NOT be the one with a gun. Also, if it is a 911 Call tell the dispatcher your EXACT Location in the house and what you are wearing so you don’t get shot in your own home by a nervous cop.

Cops are way too nervous and scared in this day and age, so don’t be taking chances!

 

Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!

Dose of Truth: Don’t Open your Door to Strangers

Just another example of why you should NEVER open your door to a stranger. Plus, the guy chasing the dogs had absolutely ZERO situational awareness of the black guy! This could have gone much worse and turned into a home invasion and/or homicide very quickly. Your Home is your Castle, treat it as such!

Stay Alert, Stay Armed and Stay Dangerous!