Don't look like prey.
There's an old expression that goes, "Keep your words soft and sweet, in case you have to eat them." Sheriff Jim explains why this is doubly so for the concealed-carrier.
Our ability to hear and understand verbal commands is severely limited when lives are on the line.
As Sheriff Jim Wilson points out, it's imperative that you cultivate the habit of practicing situational awareness when it comes to personal defense.
Unlocking the secrets of a speedy draw
Having a plan in place, even if it isn't perfect, is a lot better than making something up on the spot when lives are on the line.
Keep potential trouble at a distance where you can deal with it appropriately.
There's a difference between looking and seeing--one has to do with letting light into the eyes, the other has to do with actually observing what is going on around you.
Rights come with responsibilities, and the 2nd Amendment is no exception to this rule.
Sheriff Jim talks about situational awareness, the Cooper Color Code and why individuals need to stay alert.