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Grocery Store Targets

Posted on 22 July 2014

Practicing your shooting skills is something that needs to be done on a regular basis if they are to be kept at a competent level. Like any physical skill, they will deteriorate if not practiced.

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Over-The-Road Travel Preparedness

Posted on 22 July 2014

As a retired police officer holding a LEOSA certification card that allows me to legally carry a concealed sidearm nationwide- except in federal buildings and on planes – I LIKE driving. Due to the location of my residence, it’s usually more time efficient for me to drive rather than fly if the drive is eight to ten hours or less.

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Sighted vs. Point Shooting

Posted on 22 July 2014

I’ve trained under most of the top guys in the country and have a PhD in Criminal Justice Education. Most importantly, I’ve been involved in several shootings personally.

Weather Disaster Planning & Preparedness

Posted on 21 July 2014

Given that a huge part of our country is prone to tornadoes, the east coast to hurricanes, all of it to thunderstorms and the west coast to earthquakes, it seems a bit silly that two-thirds of adults wouldn’t prepare for a weather-related disaster.

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Wasted vs. Spent

Posted on 21 July 2014

Those veterans who are reading this may well understand though that it isn’t easy at all to spend lives. Inevitably those lives you can spend are those lives you are most hesitant to sacrifice.

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A Choice

Posted on 21 July 2014

Every Wednesday morning there was a school wide assembly and during part of it any student who wasn’t of the same faith as that running the school was identified. It was done very carefully but ultimately the message was the same – You don’t believe as we believe and therefore you’re going to hell.

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Self-Rescue or “Blow out” Kits

Posted on 18 July 2014

Today, if you carry a self-rescue kit, no one thinks you’re crazy or paranoid. In fact, they generally want to know more about it and where to get one. Naturally, training in self-rescue is a booming mini-industry, and it’s becoming incorporated into more and more in-service training.

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Presbyopia and Alternate Sighting Systems

Posted on 18 July 2014

I still have much better than average (that is, 20/20) vision at distance, and when I was a young man I had even better distance vision. I never needed glasses at all until the dreaded “P” thing happened, and I discovered it just as described above. Now in my early fifties, I am dependent on my reading glasses for much of my daily activities.

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Glock 17 vs. Beretta 96FS-C; Decisions, Decisions…

Posted on 18 July 2014

I hope, by now, true handgun students have realized that the debate will never be settled. What is “best” is a purely subjective choice that combines caliber, weapon make and model, shooter competence, comfort and more.

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OODA Loop & Combat Mindset

Posted on 17 July 2014

What is Combat Mindset? For the fighter, mindset is the conscious or subconscious willingness to commit harm (lethal or non-lethal) against another. When engaging in combat, mindset, more often than not, will be the determining factor as to your success or failure, regardless of technical proficiency.

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