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Book Review: Their Arrows Will Darken the Sun: Evolution and Science of Ballistics

By on August 4, 2013

I picked up the book Their Arrows Will Darken the Sun after hearing the author on Tom Gresham’s Gun Talk.  I’m kind of a ballistics geek and really enjoy the science behind how the bullet goes down range.  So when

“God, The Gunman & Me” Book Review

By on May 22, 2013

“God, The Gunman & Me” is written by Jeanne Assam about her experience in a Colorado church shooting.  In 2007, a lone gunman entered the New Life Church and started killing people.  Jeanne Assam was the one person in the

No Second Place Winner

By on January 3, 2013

Book Review No Second Place Winner was written by one of the great old time gun fighters.  Bill Jordan worked for the US Border patrol during some of the roughest times.  He starts with a couple of fun stories in

Kill or Get Killed by Col. Rex Applegate

By on October 4, 2012

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

Protecting the Gift by Gavin De Becker

By on September 19, 2012

A close friend gave me this book to read.  I have a three-year old and am trying to find better and better ways to protect him, along with things I can share with you.  Gavin De Becker is head of

Real World Survival by Walt Rauch

By on August 31, 2012

I finished Real World Survival by Walt Rauch a while back and just got down to putting my notes into my notes notebook.  This was a great book and I highlighted stuff from just about every other page.  The book