Lights – Make sure it’s easier to see around your house then in your house at night. Locks – Use the locks that are on your doors and windows always all the time. Improve Locks – Reinforce your dead bolts
Col. Applegate was in charge of training a lot of SAS and other infantry units during WWII. At the time, he was the guy training the people that “killed more people than cancer.” I’ve read a couple of his books/training
Everyone has heard that you need to test your carry ammo and make sure that it works in your gun. Besides buying hundreds of rounds (and spending hundreds of dollars) you can do this with a standard ammo load out.
Last week we talked about Buying Your First AR and Disassembling an AR. Whether you have been around them for a while or the system is brand new to you, there are a lot of little moving parts in there.
Keep It Stupid Simple! Today I talked about keeping things as simple as possible when it comes down to self defense. Topics include: Difference between military and civilian training Grenade Training Messing up throwing a grenade in a tire house
Yesterday, I talked about buying your first AR, so today, I thought I’d do a quick post on how to do an AR disassembly. I’ve always called it a field strip. In other words, how to pull the gun far