Category: Intel

This section contains useful information about firearms / personal protection topics. We make it available to the general public, for increasing your knowledge about these highly specialized subjects.

What’s the difference, when they matter, when they don’t, and why you must have several in your repertoire. Some of this was written for the training summary of our 10 Oct 2020 Pistol fundamentals class, specifically addressing aspects of grip, …

Grip, Hold, and Stance Read More »

  Our Pistol Fundamentals students have requested a glossary of the “tacticool” terms we use.  This isn’t a complete dictionary, but it’s a start.  Specifically, it addresses different ways to keep ammo in your firearm. But first, some definitions: B-52–a …

Alert Carry Conditions Read More »

A homeless panhandler’s average annual income is $500,000.00. Not including welfare, disability, handouts from kind people, or “stimulus” checks. Does that mean you should never slip the guy with the cardboard sign a few bucks?  Of course it doesn’t.  Whether …

The Lie: How Much Ammo Do You Need? Read More »

We all knew there would be yet another run on ammunition.  I just figured it wouldn’t happen until the weeks leading up to the election. Firearms dealers have seen more panic buying since the Clinton administration than the 19th century …

COVID-19 and Practice Ammo Availability Read More »

A student wrote to me after a class, asking about some phrases she had heard elsewhere:  “stand your ground” and “castle doctrine.”  Here are some of the things I explained to her. STAND YOUR GROUND The phrase “stand your ground” is often bandied about …

“Stand Your Ground” and “Castle Doctrine” in Arizona Read More »

Tagged with: , , ,

“I did my homework, and got off my wallet, to get a gun that never, ever jams.  So why do we have to practice stoppage reduction till we can do it blindfolded?” The following is taken from an after action …

Why hammer on the stoppage reduction drills? Read More »

Tagged with: ,