Tip of the Day: Know the laws that surround carrying a firearm. Local, State and Federal.
Your home defense or concealed carry handgun.
Do you run night sights or no, and why.
If you have taken my classes you know I run night sights on all of my Glocks.
For me, it is due to the fact that I am not a fan of the stock Glock sights.
If you attend Mag20 this February 15-16 (click on link above to register) and bring your receipt to any 2014 Shield & Sword Academy class we will give you 10% off for taking the extra step to better your firearms knowledge. Just mention that you heard about the class from Shield and Sword Academy!
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Whether a lethal threat or adverse situation, a flashlight can be a vital tool.
If you find yourself facing a threat that you believe lethal , it is vital that you identify that threat. We have heard many stories of men, woman, even family members wounding and in some cases killing their neighbors or family members because they engaged what they believed a threat before identifying that threat. This is generally due to fact that the perceived threat was not well lit, night time conditions. Were you the person above would you not give anything to go back and tell yourself carry a flashlight?
If the power goes out in your building or you are in a crash at night a flashlight can make a huge difference. From personal experience I can tell you that when the power goes out, even for a short time, people will follow the person with a light source. My small streamlight illuminated the room and hallways enough that people congregated around me and followed me towards the exits. Many persons there stated how they wished they had even a keychain flashlight or something.
Is a flashlight part of your every day carry (EDC)?
Massad Ayoob is considered the for most expert in the field and is a wealth of knowledge.
Do not miss this chance to learn from Mr. Ayoob while he is in the great state of Ohio.
Have really wanted a Tavor for some time. Now the new Desert Tech MDR line is really making me rethink that decision.
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