Click Here Get Notes by EmailFun Fun Fun Today: This is a Truck Talk Tuesday. Just out of my mind and into the recorder like we were having a conversation in while traveling. I’m talking about the Firearms Safety Rules.
Everyone that carries a firearm for self defense should be mindful of an accidental discharge. There is an old saying about a negligent discharge (the actual term should be negligent because there really isn’t an accident, it was negligence or
Click Here Get Notes by Email Today we talk about carrying your gun. The long and short of it, do it every day. You never know the time and place you will need it. You never know if you will
Two weeks ago I was teaching Beyond Concealed Carry Handgun Course and a student had a dangerous malfunction. It’s about the only dangerous handgun malfunction there is. He had a squib load or sometimes called an audible pop. A squib
This morning I went in to get my daily Monster drink from the local gas station (because they have been on sale there for the last month) and I saw the above paper. It pissed me off. Not sure what
4 Firearms Safety Rules Treat every weapon as if it were loaded Never point the weapon at anything you don’t intend to destroy Keep your finger straight and off the trigger until you intend to fire Be sure of your