In this final post in the series from "Personal Defense for Women," author Gila Hayes reveals insider tips and secrets for selecting and wearing concealed carry holsters and gear for women.
Pistol training to master the basics is the only way to shoot faster and more accurately. Whether you carry a pistol for a living, for defense or personal protection, "Tactical Pistol Shooting" will help you attain the level of handgun training desired.
Check out these excerpts from Chapter 11 of "Personal Defense for Women," where author Gila Hayes covers use of non lethal weapons for self defense, including tasers and pepper spray, and exposes lies and dangerous scams surrounding stun guns and other devices.
Massad Ayoob sums it up nicely: "Our daughters need more role models like Gila Hayes." In her book "Personal Defense for Women," Hayes disregards the stereotypes and tells women what they need to know to protect themselves and their families.
With all the activity by doomsday preppers and survivalists, one area is often overlooked: information about survival guns. Now, you can get the book that fills that void: "Survival Guns" by Mel Tappan.
Thanks to everyone who entered to win a copy of "Own the Night." Blog readers were quick to identify several errors in last week's "what's wrong with this picture" question.
Last week, we looked at ways that using a flashlight can get you hurt, and considered one example from "Own the Night" by Scott Wagner. Find out what Wagner says about the technique in the photo, and enter for a chance to win a free copy of the book!
There are several ways to effectively use a flashlight for personal protection and home defense. There are also ways to use a light that can get you shot.
Get the handgun shooting, self-defense and concealed carry skills and knowledge that can save your life, from America's best-known combat pistol shooter, in "Combat Shooting with Massad Ayoob."