I will present my view of the escalating violence against places of worship and maybe even get a little prophetic in the process.
A comprehensive approach to self-defense includes both armed and unarmed skill development. While it is important to understand how these areas complement each other and can be integrated, this article will discuss the two areas separately as a starting point. Though it is reasonable that you may choose not to go armed and focus only
I’ll cover the starting points of home security and the importance of understanding the law in regard to preparation for self-defense.
The Personal Defense Network team was at the 2015 NRA Annual Meeting in Nashville, Tennessee, April 10-12. Several of our PDN contributors stopped to chat with exhibitors — who also happen to be some of PDN’s good friends and sponsors — on the NRA Show floor to discuss products and accessories on the personal defense
I am often approached by pastors, deacons, and other church members in positions of authority with questions about church security.
Whether you are just starting your self-defense journey or have taken your protection seriously for some time, this series is intended to give you a comprehensive overview of the areas you should be paying attention to.
Mark Walters, host of the syndicated program “Armed American Radio,” sent me a link that he wanted me to review before an appearance on the show.
Every time I attend a seminar, coach’s clinic or instructor’s conference, one thing is for certain: It’s never the same.
Exposing children to guns isn’t about pushing an agenda or creating a potential for disaster. Responsibly and safely introducing kids to shooting can empower them to be able to rationally consider the option for armed defense as adults without the baggage of the fear of the unknown that some many adults currently have. Quite often,