Category Archives: Practice

3 Self-Defense Opinions That Don’t Hold Water

Too often, especially on social media, we hear people touting defensive techniques and opinions that, upon further examination, simply don’t hold water. In short, it turns out that they have come up with some bogus notions about personal defense to … Continue reading

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Bringing People into the Self-Defense World

If you are like me, most of your friends are pretty savvy about guns, gear, and personal defense. We share ideas with each other, shoot together, and we train together. However, there is a growing group of folks who are … Continue reading

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Long-Distance Practice: A Good Idea for the Armed Citizen

Various reports indicate that most gunfights occur at seven yards or less, and my informal research seems to back this up. It is a certainty that these close-range encounters are the most dangerous. Consequently, we suggest that most of the … Continue reading

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Shooting vs. Fighting: Know the Difference

When a criminal attack is put upon you, it’s always best if you can multiply your chances for survival. You want to be able to use every legal advantage against your attacker. In short, you should do your best to … Continue reading

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