A poker game is a good metaphor for personal defense. Some of the same basic elements are in play, from the cards you are dealt to the bets you must make. Sometimes your strategy works out and you walk away with a big stack of chips, and sometimes you fail miserably despite your best efforts.
Similarly, if you consider yourself an “armed citizen” and are proud of your 2nd Amendment rights, you need to ask yourself the question: “Am I all hat?” Do you just have a gun or do you also have a defensive stare of mind? Becoming a true armed citizen is going to mean spending some more time and money on classes and the range, and less time at the gun show.
I know several people in the gun culture who plan their entire lives around where they can or cannot carry their defensive firearms. For instance, if they find out that a favorite restaurant legally posts the state-mandated signs to prevent concealed carry, they ignore how much they love those delicious tacos and go somewhere else…. Read more »
I am often approached by pastors, deacons, and other church members in positions of authority with questions about church security.
There has been a lot of bickering lately between defensive trainers and skilled competitors within the shooting industry. As someone who is a member of both niches, I find myself stuck in the middle. In this article, I will present some of the reasons I believe gun training and competition are both things that shooters… Read more »
It’s easy to become state certified and meet mandatory training requirements to become a defensive shooting instructor, but it requires extra dedication and effort to become a true defensive shooting instructor. Here are some tips for giving your students high-quality training. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ I have been teaching the Texas Concealed Handgun License curriculum for a little… Read more »