The Five Worst Guns for Self-Defense

The Five Worst Guns for Self-Defense

Some practical common sense advice.

If you are going to carry a gun to protect your life and the life of your loved one’s, don’t be a cheap idiot: spend the money for a quality firearm and some quality training!

 

Open Carry is for Morons

[VIDEO] Open Carrier Has Gun Snatched At Convenience Store

 

Retention holster or not, you are inviting un-needed problems when you Open Carry.

But understand, the same principle goes for concealed carry.

**Once the perp knows you are armed, if they are able, they are going to try and snatch that gun from you and kill you with it.

Which is why I always tell folks who carry concealed they need to budget the money for some GOOD, REALISTIC STREET PROVEN ECQ FIGHTING AND WEAPON RETENTION TRAINING.

It’s a Violent, Brutal World out there folks.

Just because you carry a gun does not make you safe.

Train Frequently and Realistically.

Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!

Jammed: How Can an Adversary Cause a Failure?

Jammed: How Can An Adversary Cause A Failure?

 

Good information to have since statistics dictate most defensive situations involving handguns happen between 0 and 7 feet.

Be prepared to go hands on and FIGHT!

Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!

Five reasons to shoot your Every-Day-Carry Self-Defense Ammunition!

Five reasons to shoot your Every-Day-Carry Self-Defense ammunition!

 

Sound, practical advice a lot of shooters might overlook.

Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!

 

Feeling the Weight of the Gun

SlowFacts

I recently took a handgun class. I was there to renew my concealed carry license, but the rest of my classmates were applying for their carry license for the first time. Several of them had only shot a gun a few times. You could see it in their eyes. They were there to learn how to handle a handgun, a lethal tool. There is a lot to learn. 

This is a time of unprecedented demand for firearms. Given the limited selection in most gun shops, it is harder than ever to find the gun that is right for you. Before you buy it, you want to handle it, load it, and shoot it to see how it feels. After the classroom lecture in the concealed carry class, the instructor let students handle their unloaded firearms which were arrayed on a table. This was the first chance for some students to…

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