Lessons from a Detroit Self-Defense Incident

Yet another video of an innocent couple defending themselves with a firearm is sweeping the internet. The video captures a woman being threatened by an unhinged teenager and her equally unhinged mother (normal people don’t chase others through a parking lot screaming at them). The victim draws a legally carried firearm in self-defense. Fortunately the […]

To Ride, Shoot Straight, and Speak the Truth – 100 Years of Colonel Jeff Cooper

May is the Centennial of Col. Jeff Cooper. Jeff Cooper is truly one of the legends of the firearms community. For those not familiar with Col. Cooper and what he’s done I offer this short article to acquaint you with the Colonel. I hope this inspires you to pursue additional information and learn more about […]

CCW Lifestyle Series # 7 – Lockdown Gotcha Down? – Develop Your Dry Fire Practice Routine (Part 3)

Finding productive activities to help survive the stay at home orders can be a challenge. For gun owners, this is a great time to develop your dry fire practice routine. This is Part 3 of a three part dry practice series. Part 1 addressed setting up a dry practice area and establishing a dry practice […]

Two Different Walmart Gun Incidents, One Answer

Recently, within days of each other, there were shootings at two different Walmarts, and once again, the most common question is “what do we do?”  Some ask the question out of a sincere interest in improving society, while others are latching onto a tragedy to advance their existing agenda. Tragically, victims lost their lives and […]

5th Annual Charity Shooting Course

I recently had the good fortune to attend the 5th Annual Sheila Hamed Charity Handgun/Rifle Course organized by Lance Reeter and Tatiana Melo. You may recognize Lance and Tatiana from the Shooter’s Hangout. The event is named in honor of Sheila Hamed who lost her life to leukemia in 2013 at the age of 35. Two […]