Category Archives: Personal Defense

Tunnel Vision: How to Deal With It

Tunnel vision is a phenomenon that occurs when we focus on a particular threat. Our complete attention is focused on what we believe will hurt us and/or kill us. We may focus on the person who represents that threat or … Continue reading

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Got a Lawyer? It’s Key to Personal Defense

From time to time, we have suggested that defensive shooters get the advice of a good attorney. Now, mind you, I am not talking about just any attorney, but one who specializes in criminal-defense work, ideally in the same jurisdiction. A … Continue reading

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Self-Defense: 4 Essential Elements

If you say “personal defense” to most people, I expect they would immediately start thinking about guns. I like guns and have made my living for my entire adult life with guns. But let me suggest a few things, in … Continue reading

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Bringing a Gun to Fistfight Is Not Always a Good Idea

More and more citizens are becoming concerned about the chaos, crime, and violence that we are seeing in American cities. And reports indicate people are buying defensive firearms in record numbers. However, owning a firearm is just one small part of … Continue reading

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