Tag Archives: col. jeff cooper

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

Posted in Concealed Carry, Gear, Personal Defense, Philosophy | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Defensive Decisions: Making & Modifying Personal-Protection Plans

In the past, I’ve talked about the need for your defensive gun handling to be almost second nature because your attention should be focused on the threat and your plan to deal with it. Modifying a plan to quickly deal … Continue reading

Posted in History, Personal Defense | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Head vs. Holster: The Importance of a Solid Self-Defense Mindset

I saw a statement on social media to the effect of “personal defense begins in your head, not your holster,” and wish I could remember whom to credit for this piece of wisdom. I wish I had thought it up … Continue reading

Posted in Personal Defense, Second Amendment | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

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

Posted in Personal Defense | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment