Monthly Archives: October 2018

Concealed-Carry Gun Considerations

I don’t know how many times that I’ve heard people say that they don’t wear their concealed-carry gun all of the time. They only have it for when they might need it. Right along with that statement is the one … Continue reading

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You Have the Right to Remain Silent

This article was originally published in the December 2008 edition of the Armed Citizens Legal Defense Network Membership Journal. by Marty Hayes, J.D. DISCLAIMER: The following educational essay, written by Marty Hayes is not legal advice. It is, however, the beliefs … Continue reading

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3 Self-Defense Myths That Just Won’t Die

Just about the time it appears they have been proven false and dismissed, the same self-defense and gun myths pop again. Part of this is probably due to the fact there are always new people who finally realize they need … Continue reading

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Looking & Assessing: A Defensive Training Essential

The better defensive-shooting schools teach a student to “look and assess” after firing a string in a defensive shootout. Unfortunately, we see a lot of folks who clearly don’t understand what they are doing or what they are supposed to … Continue reading

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