When I teach my defensive knife courses, at least one student always says, “I’d rather defend against a handgun than a knife. Knives scare me more than guns!”
Many people think they are not strong enough to lock the slide back. Many others tell people who struggle with locking the slide back that it is a strength issue.
Any time the subject of an unarmed response versus an armed killer in a school comes up, the inevitable knee-jerk, uninformed responses are as predictable as a celebrity divorce.
During our Medic 1 course, while learning how to apply a tourniquet, a few students found out the importance of designating a tourniquet for training purposes only.
“Gun-free zones” are a part of life for just about everyone I know.
We’ve all heard it said that some people see the world through “rose-colored glasses.”
Reading the title of this article, you may think I’m going to say the .380 is just not powerful enough.
Personal Defense Network has been around long enough that we have a couple of traditions.
Seeking formal training for self-defense and establishing a practice regimen are the only ways to follow through on a commitment to being responsible for your own safety and that of those you care about.
Having a planned course of action in case of unexpected events is advocated throughout the defensive firearms training industry.