Monthly Archives: May 2023

Deadly Force Situations: Being Decisive Matters

I recently saw a post on social media in which a guy explained that you should just reason with a person who has just committed a home invasion by breaking into your house. At first, I thought it was a joke—and I … Continue reading

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Carrying a Firearm in a Vehicle: Personal Defense Considerations

Recently, I was doing some research for another article and came across the account of an officer losing his handgun during a felony traffic stop. It went like this: the officer, knowing the suspects were dangerous, took his revolver out … Continue reading

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How to Shoot a Firearm: Practice Makes Perfect

Whether just learning to shoot, or teaching others to shoot, it’s important that we understand the particular learning process that is involved. Learning to shoot a firearm accurately is not much different from teaching someone to play baseball or drive a … Continue reading

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