situational awareness

  1. How to Avoid the Armed Confrontation

    How to Avoid the Armed Confrontation

    Sometimes the best self-defense is avoiding the situation in the first place. But how?   You have a concealed carry permit and a gun, which means you’re ready for anything, right? Wrong. While those two items are a must for everyone who wants to protect themselves, they are just the start. You could argue the gun is the last thing...
  2. What to Expect When Starting to Carry Concealed

    What to Expect When Starting to Carry Concealed

    Contrary to popular belief, there will not be a spotlight or flashing neon lights on your gun.   The hardest part of starting to carry concealed is just that, starting. Just like anything new, there’s a level of fear with doing something for the first time, not to mention with a loaded firearm. Knowing what to expect can help ease...
  3. Practicing Situational Awareness Shouldn't Stop at Your Front Door

    Practicing Situational Awareness Shouldn't Stop at Your Front Door

    Most of us practice situational awareness when we're out and about in public but those habits shouldn't stop at your front door!

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