What can you keep in your proverbial tool kit to help galvanize your own self-trust, burgeoning skills and personal confidence? The answer is personal resilience and self-defense.
Everything that’s old is new again, or something like that. Don’t let trends influence your training regimen.
How much speed is possible—or necessary—to counter a violent attack?
If you’re serious about self-defense, you should consider that you won’t always be able to have a firearm handy. Using an impact weapon to protect yourself is a vital skill, and one almost anyone can learn.
If you’re nervous about taking a self-defense class, here are some ways to allay your fears and take that vital first step toward becoming a better, more confident shooter.
Created for the Federal Air Marshal Service, the Tactical Pistol Course is an excellent source of training for the armed citizen.
The Lone Star Medics "Operation Analeptic" training event focuses on applying tactical medical skills during an attack, and attendees will understand strategies and skills to apply under fire.