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April 4, 2018

I’m Offended


Gun Rights With all the mixed emotions and false information running around about guns and gun rights, have you ever had a friend or family member attack you for owning a gun? Or have you ever been approached by someone who wanted to argue about whether or not there should be stricter gun laws? Family […]

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April 3, 2018

Safety in Numbers


Safety in Numbers Take the strongest, most skilled shooter in the world and put him against a community of people defending their homes and their family. Who do you think will win? I hope you didn’t take long to answer that question. The obvious answer is that the community will come out on top. There […]

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March 23, 2018

“Safe Space”


“The problem with safe spaces is they dont exist on the battle feild. Furthermore it breds a generation of retards that have never had to face adversity and hardship, thus they dont know how to deal with real life.” Stress Cards When I was in basic training, the military came out with stress cards. They […]

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March 22, 2018

Where are your hands?


Putin, Russian Dictator Have you ever seen Putin walk? Because of his KGB background, he has a very distinctive habit. When he walks, he keeps his dominant hand directly beside his pistol at all times. It does not move. He has immense amounts of security around him, and yet he still carries a firearm. Be […]

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March 21, 2018

Do you have an attitude?


  3 Stages There are 3 steps to intimidating an aggressor. Warning (pull your gun and calmly tell them to back off) Put your full voice in the warning (yell at them to get down) Shoot In my own personal experience, I’ve had far more perpetrators stop in their tracks at stages 1 and 2. I […]

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Are you a captive?


Jeopardizing Lives At one point in my life, I worked for a nuclear power plant in the security department. I was once asked to make an evaluation of the overall security. When I revealed to them that there were numerous flaws in their security protocols, they attempted to explain away why it was not their […]

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March 17, 2018

The Danger Zone


Looking for a Fight I’ve stressed the importance of being aware of your surroundings, carrying your weapon with you at all times and knowing how to use it. That being said, just because you are prepared for danger doesn’t mean that you go looking for it. I’m not just talking about that dummy looking down […]

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March 16, 2018

When is a gun useless?


When is a gun useless? If someone were to ask you that question, what would your first thought be? Unless your attacker is riding in a tank, guns can and will stop the perpetrator in their tracks. Or maybe a gun would be useless if you didn’t know how to use it? If you can’t […]

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March 15, 2018

Are you Afraid?


Believe it or not, fear is a good thing. Just make sure you have the right type of fear. If your fear becomes irrational, then it becomes a problem. True Fear “True fear is a signal in the presence of danger, and it is based on your perception, your environment or your circumstances.” Basically, true […]

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March 14, 2018

Are You a Zombie?


You could be the best and fastest pistol marksman in the world and it will all account for absolutely nothing if you don’t see your attacker coming. Most perpetrators select their victims carefully and they travel in packs. They are more likely to go for individuals who are looking at their phone or obviously not […]

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