While not every gut feeling leads to a dangerous personal defense situation in which we have to use force, we shouldn't ignore our instincts about potentially hazardous circumstances.
There’s a lot more to self-defense than merely being able to draw a handgun and hit a target.
In many self-defense scenarios, armed citizens don't have the luxuries of distance and time. Here's what to think about if you have to defend yourself in close quarters.
Just because you find yourself in a situation where you might have to employ your self-defense gun doesn't mean things are what they seem. Sheriff Jim explains with an incident that occurred during training.