Yes, you may never have to fire your handgun in defense of your life or family, but the possibility always exists.
What is a suitable quick-draw time, and how important is that for the armed defense with a handgun?
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Someone once said that good gear will not make up for poor tactics, but good tactics will make up for poor gear.
While marksmanship is a lofty goal, it is only one part of the personal defense objective.
There is no such thing as being too prepared for the worst.
One of the best things the armed citizen can do is to create a diversion that will mess up the crook’s pre-planned agenda.
The smart thing to do is to realize that it can be very dangerous out there and do something about it before becoming an unprepared victim.
When thinking about defending yourself while in your car, from a car jacking or any other deadly attack, one might keep in mind that probably the best defensive tool is what you are sitting in.
Reloading a handgun for competition is one thing, but reloading for tactical or personal defense reasons is quite another.