What's on your hip isn't as important as important as what's inside your head.
We can't control everything that happens in a violent encounter, but we can eliminate some common unforced errors.
Your reaction to a violent encounter might depend on your ability to out-think your opponent.
What should be a sanctuary often isn't.
What to do when something just doesn't look right.
What to do when you have attended many classes to learn how to shoot, when to shoot and what to shoot.
Rights come with responsibilities, and the 2nd Amendment is no exception to this rule.
Situational awareness involves mindset and mindfulness.
This year, resolve to improve your self defense skills.
Going to the range and pressing the trigger is only the beginning of armed self-defense. Creating a combat mindset requires no trigger time at all.