Gun-Free Zones – My Advice, Avoid At All Cost

By John Farnam

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Defense Training International, Inc
Defense Training International, Inc

Ft Collins, CO –-(Ammoland.com)- Another “gun-free zone” slaughter!

LGBT, the lobby who pretends (falsely) to represent homosexuals, officially purports to hate guns and all gun-owners, ever aligning themselves with liberal, anti-gun propaganda.

And yet, we have a number of gay firearms training students who own guns, have CCW permits, and carry routinely. They all have an extremely low regard for LGBT and debased liberal dogma in general, particularly the “gun-free zones” that made last weekend’s massacre in Orlando, FL possible.

The relative simplicity, combined with the high body-count, associated with the Islamic terrorist attack in Orlando is not lost on ISIS terrorists. More are doubtlessly being planned right now, all in “gun-free zones.

My advice:

1) Stay away from large gatherings/events, particularly in “gun-free zones. ” Wherever there is a crowd, particularly an emotional one, go the other way!

2) Pay attention! Keep your head up. Be ever prepared to precipitously exit any area instantly. What “sounds like gunfire” may be gunfire! What “ sounds like an bomb,” may be a bomb!

3) Go armed, every waking minute! High-capacity pistols with high-performance ammunition are best. Keep your rifle and spare magazines camouflaged and out of sight, but always close by.

4) Train regularly! We’re all busy, but don’t allow critical fighting skills to atrophy. You’re going to need them, sooner than you think!

5) Understand that you are “on your own.” Don’t expect others to care about you more than you care about yourself. Always be prepared to act unilaterally in order to protect yourself.

My prediction:

Things are going to get progressively more exciting, right here in CONUS, and it is going to involve guns!

/John

About John Farnam & Defense Training International, Inc
As a defensive weapons and tactics instructor John Farnam will urge you, based on your own beliefs, to make up your mind in advance as to what you would do when faced with an imminent and unlawful lethal threat. You should, of course, also decide what preparations you should make in advance, if any. Defense Training International wants to make sure that their students fully understand the physical, legal, psychological, and societal consequences of their actions or inactions.

It is our duty to make you aware of certain unpleasant physical realities intrinsic to the Planet Earth. Mr Farnam is happy to be your counselor and advisor. Visit: www.defense-training.com

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oldshooter

I too, have always avoided dangerous Gun Free Zones in the past; however, I think the time has come for the “pro-gun community” to stand up publicly and say, “Enough is Enough – No More Disarmed Victims” and “NO More Gun Free Zones!” Unless they have metal detectors and armed guards (and after Orlando, I have to wonder about the usefulness of the latter), no business should be allowed to ban guns on their premises, certainly not for licensed folks. Every time a business puts up a “No Guns” sign, they are creating another soft target for terrorists or other… Read more »

TEX

I avoided gun free zones like the plague ! I only go places where my firearm can go too !

Jim Macklin

Gun Free Zones, darn, every gun store I’ve gone to wants hundreds or thousands of dollars for the guns I need or want. I’d like a Daniel Defense but a Ruger AR556 will do. I’d like a a more handguns so I could carry a primary and a backup. But as for no gun zones, you need a time machine to go back to 1200 AD. Of course you could still be murdered by a Viking with a sword, a Frenchman with a hatchet or an Englishman with a bow. Take away all the weapons and men who look like… Read more »

nate

GFZ’s; don’t go or carry anyway.

STW

2a. Locate alternative exits before you need one. Most people will only know and head for the exit where they entered. (e.g. I’ve been counting the number of doors to a fire exit in hotels for almost 40 years.)