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Posted: 8/19/2019 - Comments
In the first installment we discussed the difficulty many people have about shooting what is evidently an active shooter. In short there is the seemingly societal aversion to and violence and the associated fear of “getting trouble”. We will discuss that one next time. There is also the difficulty in processing the incoming flood of sounds, images, and words and extrapolating actionable information from it to arrive at a decision to act. This is no small matter as there will always be a degree o...
Posted: 8/13/2019 - Comments
If the goal is to build a renaissance warrior...a man that is both educated and physically deadly, I would follow a progression like I describe below. Some of us have been blessed to begin the journey early...growing up and living a martial lifestyle. Other guys have lived a traditional American lifestyle yet one day wake up and realize they need to fill a void. That void is something I should write about more, but it comes as a realization that there is a great deal that life may demand of th...
Posted: 8/13/2019 - Comments
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Posted: 8/7/2019 - Comments
We all have preferences. Our “top choices” and favorites. I know that if were to go to a gunfight this afternoon, I would prefer to use a Remington 870 shotgun instead of the Suarez Glock that will invariably be in my belt. Why? Because the shotgun kills better…simple as that. But that aside, what I will have with me in my belt when I am having lunch at the local eatery will be a Glock and not the preferred 870. It is a simple matter of practicality. The same can be said for all our ...
Posted: 8/5/2019 - Comments
Today on my forum, warriortalk.com, a member commented in incredulity on the El Paso shooting. That a place like Texas, with so many CCW licensees, and likely many in the Walmart being covertly armed, that nobody shot the gunman. The same could be said of any mass shooting that takes place in any state where CCW is prolific. A great question. Here is what I think. 1). Most people, whether police or private citizens, have a trained aversion to kill and will do everything possible to not engage...
Posted: 8/5/2019 - Comments
We were reviewing this incident, found on the blog Police-One. We were discussing whether the event was justified or not. My perspective was that it was not and that I probably would have handled it differently. The officers had in essence contained the crazy guy. He wasn't going anywhere. And most important, he was not in a position to hurt anyone else. At the point that the suspect began moving toward the officers, they were the focus of the violence...BUT...its not the same for them as for ...
Posted: 7/11/2019 - Comments
What I am not going to do is roll my eyes back and announce the glory of the new Trijicon SRO like it seems everyone else has done with it and the Aimpoint ACRO. I will tell you what I think and if it upsets some people, well...I am good at that. Compared to the ACRO it is 100% better. I am amazed at all of the highly credentialed and vetted, impartial reviewers that never discovered the battery failings of the Aimpoint ACRO, aren't you? And, like everything else on the market, the Trijicon SRO...

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