Can buying less actually give you more safety?

The concept of minimalism intrigues me, because of its emphasis on personal growth rather than the acquisition of things. It forces one to ask “what’s important to me?” and “what do I really need?” rather than “oh, look, free shipping if I spend more money than I...

Your Hump Day Reading List for May 23, 2018

I have no witty introduction this week, just a hand-curated assortment of articles that are worth your time to read. And a plug for my PDN show at the end (don’t miss it!)     A look at how to hold a revolver I cover proper grasp in depth in my Threat-Centered...

A new way of looking at likelihood and plausbility

A couple of decades back I started to talk to my defensive shooting students about the likelihood of being attacked and needing to use their firearm to defend themselves. It seemed to me that some people, based on their lifestyle and habits, were more likely to need...

Your Hump Day Reading List for May 16, 2018

Is it Wednesday again already? How time flies when I’m collecting articles to share with you!     Credit card thieves are amazingly enterprising Krebs on Security posted this article about credit card skimmers — but this time there’s a new wrinkle: they were placed on...

Your Hump Day Reading List for May 9, 2018

Wednesdays are always better with great self defense and preparedness information!     Dealing with the verbally aggressive person Not every potentially dangerous situation is a surprise. Sometimes they develop from your interaction with another person. Anyone who has...

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...
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