Viewing: January, 2012

Training Notebook? Who needs one?

By on January 31, 2012

I am putting together a digital training notebook on the advice of Marty Hayes at the Firearms Academy and Armed Citizen Legal Defense Network.  I’ve had paper records scattered around for years.  It is the 21st sentry, time to go

Be the Good Guy

By on January 30, 2012

If something happens and you need help or you have defended yourself against a bad guy, people will show up.  Despite being unadvised people will run towards gunfire and fights to see what is going on.  So, more often then

Financial Friday

By on January 27, 2012

10 Money Saving Ideas   Do it yourself, Find someone to talk money with, Actually eat your leftovers,  Pack a lunch, Wait until things go on sale, Sleep on it before buying, Negotiate, Cut up credit cards, Take out cash,

Who’s the Good Guy?

By on January 26, 2012

If you are reading this, it’s probably you.  The problem is everyone doesn’t know that, especially the cops.  So what can we do to make sure the good guys know we are the good guys? The first thing is to

Should You Listen to a 911 operator?

By on January 25, 2012

Yes and no.  Some operators are very well trained and some not so much.  Some will have your best interest in mind.  Some will have their own liability in mind.   On New Years Eve a woman had this question come

Buying Your First Handgun

By on January 24, 2012

You made the decision to buy a gun, now what?  There is about a million different types and styles to chose from.  We are in a great age of guns.  Almost everything on the market is excellent.  So much of