USA – -(Ammoland.com)- If you really want to stop the fight before it starts, don’t engage in the behavior. More specifically, don’t get lured into the situation. Road rage is a prime example.
First of all, keep your cool. If someone cuts you off, ignore it.
But if some crazed driver starts following you, throwing hand gestures and screaming obscenities, remember that in most cases, a fight can’t start unless and until you stop your car. So, don’t stop.
If the driver won’t give up, call police and keep driving until they arrive to help you.
Kevin Michalowski is currently the Executive Editor of Concealed Carry Magazine, a working law enforcement officer and a pistol instructor with certifications in five different areas of training. Into the Fray is a weekly video blog focusing on self-defense and the concealed carry lifestyle.
It will cover everything from defensive firearms use to the legal and ethical aspects of deadly force and its aftermath.
About the USCCA:
The U.S. Concealed Carry Association (USCCA) is the first and largest, member-owned association designed to educate, train, and insure responsibly armed Americans. USCCAmembers receive criminal and civil defense insurance protection through the Self-Defense SHIELD and have access to a wealth of industry information including expert advice, product information, and the latest news centered on the concealed carry lifestyle. The USCCA also publishes Concealed Carry Magazine, hosts the nationally syndicated radio program, Armed American Radio, and offers a resource for firearms and concealed carry instructors through the USCCA Instructor program.
The United States Concealed Carry Association is a subsidiary of Delta Defense, LLC. Delta Defense, LLC was founded in 2004 by Tim Schmidt and is committed to supporting and educating responsible Americans who carry concealed.