A thoughtful and balanced video review of Handgun Training for Personal Protection. Find out why this book, by author Richard Mann, is essential reading for anyone interested in concealed carry or handgun training for home defense.
Here are 4 simple tips to help you avoid being a victim of assault or home burglary that I learned in over 27 years as a cop dealing with the aftermath.
The concealed carry color code is a great awareness tool used by street-wise cops that can help you be alert to threats and match force with the threat appropriately.
Massad Ayoob argues that when it comes to gun safety in the home, you can’t childproof your guns, so you have to gunproof your children.
This in-depth study of the 1970 Newhall shooting that left four officers dead offers detailed analysis of the tactics and procedures used by both officers and criminals in the fight, along with diagrams, never-before-seen images of the crime scene and evidence that has never been previously released or discussed.
Blade-Tech wasted no time in introducing a selection of quality holsters for the new Glock 42. The holsters are ambidextrous, so you can position them at different spots on the belt for secure carry depending upon wardrobe.
You've got your CCW handgun, but before you start packing here are five things about concealed carry holsters you need to be aware of before you go armed.
Detroit's police chief recently made waves when he advocated people arm themselves for self-defense. In this video, economist John R. Lott, author of More Guns, Less Crime, explains why concealed carry is the most sensible position.
More guns, less crime is a common sense matter for most firearms enthusiasts. And in a recent study, there is quantitative evidence backing up the idea guns indeed do curb the most violent of crimes.