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“What makes a good push dagger?”

Ian Wendt of Special Circumstances, Inc tells us what makes a good push dagger.

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Dieting for Fat Loss By Larry Lindenman

Larry makes it as simple as it can get.  Calorie Counting Figure out how many calories you burn per day and stay below it. http://www.bmi-calculator.net/bmr-calculator/  Beverages Water, Black Coffee, and Tea are your friends Soda must be purged from your

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Mundane Movements: Parking Lots, Part 2, Exiting the Store, Loading your Vehicle, and Going Home

Originally posted on Growing Up Guns:
After our shopping is done and we tuck that impulse bought stuffed animal in with the little one, it’s time to go from the relative safety of the store back out into the world. We can…

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Mundane Movements: Parking Lots, Part 1: Positioning and Movement INTO the Store

Originally posted on Growing Up Guns:
This post is universally applicable to the person who wants to decrease a criminal’s ability to close space and gain positional dominance via maneuver and avenues of approach, while simultaneously increasing their own ability to…

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10 CQB Tips

Excellent material from Craig Douglas. You should also read The Tactical advantage by Gabe Suarez ▶ TIP NO. 1: There is no truly safe way to move through a home when there is a threat inside the home with you. 

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