The Winning Combination
Having the desire to stay safe is great. Having the means and the skills is even better.
When It’s Not A Gunfight
A firearm isn't right for every violent incident. Sometimes you need a less-lethal defensive tool.
Revolvers I Recall
At our recent hometown gun show, I had an experience that a country boy might call “déjà vu all over again.” As usual, I had a grand time visiting with the gun folks, sold a few things, but only came home with one gun that was new to me: a 1950s-era Colt Official Police in .38 Spl. with a 4-inch barrel. It was just about a dead ringer for the very first double-action revolver I ever owned.
Rule #3: The Golden Rule
They're called the rules of gun safety, not the suggestions, not the guidelines.
Don’t Overlook Using A Shoulder Holster
Shoulder holsters aren't just for private eyes and secret agents.
Texas Ranger Charlie Miller
The art of self-defense has evolved through a period of trial and error, and so did those who gained notoriety along the way.
Learn to Communicate
No man (or woman) is an island, especially in a defensive encounter.
Make It A Team Effort
A spouse who can shoot is a force multiplier in a lethal force encounter.
Your comfort level with your gun is readily apparent to everyone around you.