There are many myths out there when it comes to proper defensive handgun training technique. Here, seven of the most common debunked.
Don't put off enrollment in concealed carry classes and self-defense training. The time to do it is right now.
Witnesses to a defensive gun use can work for or against you, which only strengthens the case for giving the proper information to responding authorities.
The author tackles 5th Amendment Rights wallet cards and several other factors to consider when giving a brief statement after a defensive shooting.
Handgun marksmanship training will not only help you survive an attack, it will give you legal ammunition in a court case and confidence that may prevent the attack before it ever happens.
No one doubts the value of good concealed carry training for the armed citizen. But can the fact that you got such training actually be used against you in court?
Concealed carry training in gun safety, marksmanship and legal issues is the pathway to the “not guilty” verdict we want to hear at the end of a month-long court case. Here is how it works.
Buying a gun and ammo is just the first small step. Perfecting your skills and nerve in a threatening situation is key to your safety. Concealed carry training will get you there.
Our friend Jeff Quinn over at (www.gunblast.com) says he doesn't do many book reviews. But when he got his hands on a copy of the Gun Digest Shooter's Guide to Concealed Carry, written by Jorge Amselle, he felt a recommendation was in order.