Category Archives: Philosophy

Security Tip: Support Your Local Sheriff

Recently, our little town was shaken by a particularly vicious murder. It was some 30 hours before the suspect was found, deceased, from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. What was even more shocking was watching and listening to people trying to … Continue reading

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Avoidance: The Best Strategy for the Armed Citizen

When we think of avoidance, we are often focused on not going to bad places, or keeping our eye out for folks that look like trouble, or generally identifying bad situations while there is still time to make an exit. … Continue reading

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Dress for Success: Attire for the Armed Citizen

There is no doubt that how we dress says a lot about what we think of ourselves. This is true in the business world, and it is true in the personal-defense world as well. Clothing is not just there to … Continue reading

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5 Training Tips for a Personal-Defense Rifle

The rifle, or carbine, is no different than any other firearm that we use for personal defense. What you carry doesn’t matter nearly as much as what you can do with it. Too often, we select a rifle that appeals … Continue reading

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