Tag: firearms

Cooper Color Code For Readiness

Col. Jeff Cooper was a legend in the shooting and self-defense world. In addition to being instrumental in refining and popularizing many modern pistol and self-defense techniques, Col. Cooper was an advocate of a prepared armed citizenry. He believed that the most important survival tool was the mind. To help …

Open Carry: Why Don’t More People?

Is it true that if we don’t exercise our rights that they may be more easily taken away? When it comes to firearms carry, I sometimes wonder why I don’t see more people open carry in public. Regarding this, I do completely understand the notion of potentially becoming a target …

Tactical Vest For The Prepper

The tactical vest is not only for the military operator, public safety professionals, or general enthusiasts, but they are for the serious prepper who is planning and training for level-3,4 SHTF preparedness. What is a tactical vest for? It primarily enables the operator to carry their gear in a secure …

Negligent Discharge Of A Gun And How It Happens

Are you a gun owner? I want you to think seriously about negligent discharges and how they happen. They don’t happen from failed safety mechanisms. They don’t happen because you dropped the gun. The gun doesn’t just “go off”.   They do happen when they are allowed to happen. It …

When People Get Scared They Get Protection

image source: ZeroHedge I came across an interesting statistic, one which somewhat surprised me. The number of FBI firearms background checks for the month of May have set a new record. Why was I surprised? Because since Trump was elected, the fear of “gun-grabbing” politicians has subsided. So what is …