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Learn Safe. Practice Safe. Be Safe.
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Illegal Possession Of Firearms Extends To More Than Just Felons
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Skills Check: The 3-Second Drill
Skills Check: The 3-Second Drill
Skills Check: The 3-Second Drill
shootingillustrated.com
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As responsible armed citizens, we fight reluctantly. If there is a way to safely avoid a conflict, we take it. However, there may well be those times that an attack is visited upon us and we simply can’t avoid it. Further, since life isn’t fair, we may be injured during this attack. When it is the real deal, you can’t call “time out” and go get medical aid; your only hope is to keep fighting.
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Hand-to-Hand Self-Defense Training: Which Option is Best?
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What’s the best advice you could give someone for how to practice for defensive shooting?
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Four Tips to Find the Right Ammunition
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According to the Department of Justice, an estimated 3.7 million household burglaries occur each year on average. A household member was present in roughly 1 million of those and became victims of violent crimes in 266,560 such cases.
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Lately I have been hearing that a number of people are carrying their defensive semi-automatics without a round in the chamber. I suppose that this is most often done with a thought to increasing the safety of the handgun and avoiding a negligent discharge. However, it considerably defeats the purpose of the defensive handgun.
Sheriff's Tips: Empty Chambers
Sheriff's Tips: Empty Chambers
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There are so many things to learn on the journey to becoming a full-time concealed carrier, and it can easily become overwhelming to the newcomer. In addition to learning state and federal guidelines, there is the matter of finding and completing training (which truly never ends) and applying all you learn toward your everyday life.
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