"Safe Appendix Carry" is clearly an option.Only you can decide if this method is a good choice for you, but you should be sure to approach the question with logic and rational thinking, with a clear understanding of the concepts and techniques involved. Carrying any firearm entails risk. Critical thinking is the best way to mitigate those risks.
As Concealed Carry has become both easier and much more common over the past two decades, this type of training has moved from Fantasy Camp status to something that just makes sense for a lot of people. The Two Person Armed Defense Class addresses practical approaches to team tactics for the everyday person.
If you are carrying gun for personal defense, you should have a good idea of the types of behaviors or motions that could alarm a police officer. These simple tips can help you to de-escalate any interaction with police officers and let them quickly know that you mean them no harm and intend to cooperate with them, regardless of the nature of the interaction.
As you can imagine, the technology to bring live training videos, especially straight from actual classes, opens up a plethora of opportunities to share important imformation in a timely manner or in situations that a traditional production route can't support. It also tends to be a little more casual and open up unexpected variables in a way that our normal video shoots simply don't allow for... which can make them as fun and entertaining as they are educational!
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Thanks to those with an Anti-Gun Agenda, led by the Obama Administration and aided by a largely ignorant media, “Gun Free Zones” are a part of life for just about everyone that I know. If you have kids in schools, if you fly on commercial aircraft, if you travel overseas, if you drink alcohol, if…
I've long advised against practicing the same choreographed timer drills over and over again as a means to developing applicable defensive shooting skills. Ultimately, you want to learn to APPLY skills, not just perform them in isolation during a drill you've been obsessing over.
Last night's Self-Defense Q&A was packed with great questions, most of which were related to armed defense. I prefer not to know the questions ahead of time, so the PDN HQ staff collects them and then our moderator presents them for extemporaneous responses. The hour goes by fast, but we put out a ton of information