Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Fight or Flight Syndrome: Deal With It

Yes, he’s still out there: Sheriff Jim is on safari somewhere south of N’djamena and north of Johannesburg. He’ll be back in the Lower 48 sometime ’round the end of the month. In the meantime we bring you some of … Continue reading

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Personal Defense – Do the Unexpected

Doing something an attacker would never expect can buy you precious time to defend yourself or call the authorities. The rumors are true: Sheriff Jim is on safari somewhere in sub-Equatorial Africa. He’ll be back in the CONUS sometime ’round the end of the … Continue reading

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Self-Defense: Persistent Myths

As some of you may already know, Sheriff Jim is on safari somewhere in sub-Saharan Africa. He’ll be back in the land of the big PX sometime ’round the end of the month. In the meantime we bring you some … Continue reading

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The Winchester Model 1894: A Classic American Rifle

The Winchester Model 1894 was designed by John M. Browning and introduced by Winchester in 1894. Originally, it came out in .32/40 and .38/55, two black-powder cartridges. But, in 1895, it was also chambered for the .30 WCF (what we … Continue reading

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