The best defense is still not being there

A few weeks back I wrote an article on why I don’t entertain the notion of “what-if” scenarios. If you haven’t read it, you should. On a somewhat related note, I also don’t entertain the notion of the foregone conclusion scenario. It’s the one that presupposes a...

Keep your perspective as safe as you keep your jewelry

Believe it or not, the job I do isn’t actually all that pleasant. I’ve run into a lot of people who tell me they’d “love” to have my job; they tell me that “it must be fun”. They see the travel, or focus on the guns and shooting, without thought to what those things...

New Instructors: NE, CO, NY, DC, NV, CA, MA

I’m pleased to announce the latest batch of newly certified LGC instructors. This seems to be the most geographically diverse group so far, and it’s great to see our reach expanding through more and more regions. Without further ado, allow me to introduce...

Kids and gun safety on Training Talk!

Keeping kids safe around firearms, and teaching them to use them safely and responsibly, is a big task. If you’re a gun owner and a parent, it may be one of the most important things you do. That’s what we covered on last week’s episode of Training Talk, with special...

Once you’re in contact, the defensive problem changes

Last week I talked about the mistaken notion of seeing self defense and personal safety as a battle to be won, because such a mindset can lead to bad decisions. Today let’s look at a related topic: your view of the place for your concealed carry gun might be affected...
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