Practicing Awareness – Part III

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Originally posted on tacticalprofessor:
How do you do ‘situational awareness?’ You can’t ‘do’ a noun. —Craig Douglas First of all, let’s distinguish between training and practice. My definition of training is something you do under the guidance and supervision of…

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7 Ways to Stop Stolen Valor


“He wouldn’t tell these outrageous stories just right off the bat. He would drop little bits of things that are plausible. And he would tailor that plausibility story to each person, knowing what they knew.”-Victim of  AJ Dicken There are scumbags

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4 Quotes from the Gun Owning Mom (whose son shot her)


“As for what happened, yes, I did make a mistake by placing a handgun under the front seat of my vehicle, and that mistake lead to a horrible accident. However, this is not something that is rare. A very large

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The cost of killing

Originally posted on tacticalprofessor:
‘too bad they didn’t kill him’ ‘needs to get more practice at the range so they have better aim [to kill him]’ –Internet common-taters Often when a story surfaces in which an armed citizen wounds but…

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Rise and Shine!: Staging Bump In The Night Firearms

Originally posted on Growing Up Guns:
? Sorry for the hiatus. I’m back. Every nightstand pistol/shotgun/rifle should: Have a flashlight next to it (or on it) for identifying what you’re about to point (or pointing) a gun at. Be secured…

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