A day at the range plinking is fine, but remember, it is just plinking. “Training” involves practicing: drawing from the holster, clearing a cover garment, moving toward cover, engaging the target and conducting a combat scan after firing. You need to prepare. So I will help you by offering a steep discount on one of our most popular training titles. It’s just my way of saying thanks for reading this little blog, and reminding you that carrying a gun for self-defense is something we all need to take very seriously.
Abraham Lincoln is quoted as saying, “If I was given eight hours to cut down a tree, I would spend the first six sharpening the ax.”
What are you doing to sharpen your ax? I suggest immersing yourself in the culture of self-defense. Think about it all the time. I’m not suggesting you become paranoid, but prepared. If you are always ready you never have to take time to get ready. And time is something you don’t have in a deadly force situation. So, I’m suggesting you take time right now and dig deeper into your self-defense training program. I’ll even give you a deal. click on the link below and you will get a special deal on one of our most popular handgun training titles. Defensive Handgun Skills, by David Fessenden will help you keep your edge… and the deal I’m offering you right now is even better than the one offered by that big online bookstore named after a South American river. So, click the link, buy the book and start sharpening your ax.
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About the Author: Kevin Michalowski is the former Senior Editor of Gun Digest the Magazine and Tactical Gear Magazine.
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