The rules of firearm safety apply on the street as well as at the range.
Shots on-target are more important than how you stand.
Countering a violent criminal threat takes skill and timing.
Only hits count, but some hits count more than others.
Be your own range safety officer.
As a student of the gun, you know how to prepare for and respond to a potential threat. But, what do you do afterward?
Familiarity with a firearm breeds competency rather than contempt, says Sheriff Jim.
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.
Good training and good technique makes the scattergun even more effective.