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Defensive Shooting: A Quickly Diminishing Skill

Personal defense isn’t about cool guns and gear, although we all enjoy cool guns and gear. It is, however, all about what you can do with the weapons and equipment when the need arises, and we are forced to take … Continue reading

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Lights & Home Defense: Firearm Safety Rule 4 in Action

Target identification is perhaps the most vital aspect of home defense. Imagine waking up to a noise in the middle of the night, going to inspect the cause of said noise, and discovering your young child decided that 3 a.m. … 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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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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