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Health & Self-Defense: The Physical Effects of an Attack

When you're in a fight for your life, your body is creating all kinds of stress. Here's what's happening and how you can deal with it.

The Effects a Criminal Attack Can Have on the Heart

Criminal attacks are known to raise blood pressure, cause the heart to beat faster and impact other physiological conditions that can impact your ability to survive a deadly threat.

Split-Second Self-Defense: Acting Quickly in an Attack

When you're attacked, there are often a few seconds where you have room to act. Knowing what to do and when to do it in these precious few moments is critical.

A Challenge for the President

Watch the Wayne LaPierre video.

I Carry: Colt Python Revolver in a Galco Holster

In today's "I Carry" episode, we feature Colt's new Python revolver in .357 Magnum, carried in a Galco Phoenix leather holster and a Buck 110 pocketknife.

The Armed Citizen and Aggressiveness

Controlled anger is the best response to a violent attack.

Jason F. Falconer Named NRA Law Enforcement Officer of the Year

Jason F. Falconer of Avon, MN, stopped an attack at a mall in September 2016.

Personal-Defense Partners: Working Together for Survival

Working with a partner can greatly increase your odds of surviving a criminal attack.

Overcoming Threat-Fixation & Tunnel Vision

Fixation on a threat is natural, but it needs to be overcome immediately to survive an attack.

Personal-Defense Preparation: Considering Worst-Case Scenarios

Criminals thrive on your complacency. Having appropriate situational awareness and training to overcome the stress of surprise can help ensure you prevail against an attack.

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