Tactics to Survive a Carjacking
Recently in the area where I live, we had a tragic incident involving a carjacking. The victim was shot, so we felt the need to discuss some tactics to help survive a carjack.First of all, avoid it. Maintain your situational awareness. If something doesn't look right, don't go there. Listen to news casts before leaving your home, in case there's some civil unrest in a certain area of town. This will give you the ability to avoid that area(s). Stay tuned in to local crime stats that you can find on most local law enforcement websites. This will help you identify areas of concern, where carjacking are more prevalent or there's an increased criminal activity.Second, run whenever possible. Maintain a safe distance between your vehicle and the vehicle in front of you. You should always be able to see the bottom of the rear wheels on the vehicle in front...
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Six Secrets to Choosing a Concealed Carry Holster
According to "Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted" from 2002-2011 (Table #36) research compiled by the FBI, 40% for all US Law Enforcement shootings occur under five feet and 76% occur under 10 feet. At those distances, any shooting is going to happen fast, so quick access to a personal defense firearm is crucial to your survival. This is why it is so important to obtain the right personal defense carry holster.Using the following secret tips will greatly assist you in your efforts in obtaining the right concealed carry holster.Always use a holster designed for and properly fits your handgun.Don’t try to save a few dollars by putting your new gun into your old holster or buy one of those one holster fits all rigs, since it’s not make for your new gun it may hinder quick access to safeties or the grip. Statistics prove, a gunfight is going to...
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Permit Carry vs Permit-less Carry
Folks Forrest Gump said "...stupid is as stupid does."On January 1st of 2017 the Missouri legislature allowed citizens to carry concealed firearms without the training and education provided by a CCW permit.On Jan. 24th a 23 year old man carrying a concealed handgun fired seven shots at a fleeing man who had stolen his cell phone. He hit the thief once in the foot. When the police arrived and asked him why he did what he did, the 23-year old man said I thought the new Missouri law said I could. This man was untrained, uneducated and unprepared to defend himself or his family.This 23 year old man was arrested and charged with assault 1st degree; a class A felony punishable by 10 years in prison and the felony of armed criminal action punishable by three years in prison.This man was untrained uneducated and unprepared for personal defense, so he...
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