I am unable to overemphasize the importance of learning how to manage contacts with approaching contacts whose intent is either unknown or obviously violent.
A positive attitudinal change can often have the same effect on behavior, and a positive behavioral change can do the same for attitude.
This week on Inside CCW Safe Podcast, Stan and Mike talk about some common sense Holiday Tips for concealed carriers.
I believe that commitment for concealed carriers can be broken down into four principles, being MINDSET, EDUCATION, TRAINING, and JUDGEMENT.
This story comes out of Chattanooga TN last week, and involves a man who fired shots at his receding automobile as it was being driven away by a car thief. That man has now been hit with felony charge
I would encourage readers to know their state’s laws regarding the use of deadly force. We typically tell our students that at a minimum there are three basic elements to consider…
As the seconds grew longer, so did the tears for the 43-year-old Durham man. He had just been found not guilty on all charges Saturday in connection to the shooting death of 41-year-old Wilkerson.
The technical legal details aside, it’s also worth asking what I urge all my students and clients to contemplate—will that use of force have been worth it?