Something Every Gun Owner Should Know

This is a guest post by Scott Sylvester God made mankind… Sam Colt made ‘em equal Firearms ownership is not only a right guaranteed to us by the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution, it is an underrated privilege many people take for granted and ignore. Having the right to own a firearm and […]

Defending Your Home is a Right and Responsibility

This is a guest post by Ben Marquis Defending Your Home Your home is your sanctuary.  It is the place where you know that you, your family and property are safe.  Many of us go to great lengths to improve the safety and security of our homes.  This can include locks on doors and windows, […]

Warning – Are You Tactically Squared Away

This is a guest post by Scott Sylvester Tactically Squared Away Squared away: Everything is set and proper, clean and tidy and ready to go Are you tactically squared away? Well… are you? Think about it for a minute and contemplate what I am asking, and then formulate your answer to the question. Go ahead…I’ll […]

How to Survive a 911 Call

Make sure you survive the 911 call. Let’s say that you are a home homeowner and had to take deadly force to eliminate a threat to you and your family. How bad would it be if you called the police and did not survive the police call or ended up being arrested and charged for […]

Train to Fight, Fight to Win!

This is a guest post by Scott Sylvester Train to Fight This week’s article is about training to fight. I’ve been studying neurology lately and have been uncovering a vast amount of information about how the brain works, and how little we actually understand about the gray matter between our ears… not to mention how […]

What You Need to Know About Plaxco’s Shooting Principles

I stumbled across an excellent book “Shooting from Within: A Guide to Maximum Performance” by J. Michael Plaxco a former USPSA national champion and gunsmith who was employed by Smith and Wesson for a number of years. This isn’t your normal shooting book of drills.

Having a When, Then Mindset

This is a guest post by Scott Sylvester What If or When, then… In light of recent news events, the massive outbreak of active murder’s (let’s not sugar coat anything by calling them active shooters… they are murderers) going on killing sprees, and the major increase in desperate people (Thanks to the incompetence of our […]

Scan and Assess

When you are involved in a shooting incident there is a tendency to get tunnel vision. Instead you need to keep your head about you and scan and assess. It is all about situational awareness.

The Psychology of Gun Ownership

The Psychology of Gun Ownership Have you really thought about why you have a gun? Have you thought about the responsibilities that come with it? Have you thought about what may happen if you use it in defense of yourself or your family? If you want a gun to scare someone away, that’s the wrong […]

Jeff Cooper on Mindset

The idea of having a home defense gun(s) comes from a particular mindset.  That mindset is one along the lines of that one must be ready to take lethal action in order to protect oneself and one’s family. Jeff Cooper is known as the father of the “Modern Technique” of handgun shooting.  Besides weapons and […]

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