Kane and Wilder: 10 Rules of Karate

I wanted to give a quick review of the latest from Lawrence Kane and Kris Wilder called 10 Rules of Karate, the immutable path to victory.  Here is what I wrote for the authors: “In your hands is a book that cuts straight through the chatter and gets straight to the point of unarmed self-defense….

AR-15’s, Home Defense, and Politics

By now, everyone has an opinion on the AR-15 and whether or not civilians have any “need” for owning one. In this offering, I will be making my stance clear, and offering my reasons for taking said stance. But I will also take a look at how this has become a political issue and how…

Not Quite End of the Year Updates

Well, for having so much free time this year, I have not really done a lot of writing here on my beloved blog. In the words from an email from a longtime reader, “What gives?” I would like to say that the reason was the enormous interest in the Stand and Fight seminars, but the…

Home Defense Against a Mob

Since posting this, I have read more information on the events that occurred. I was unaware that the number of protesters was over 200 people, or that the sidewalk in a gated community is private property. I was also unaware that the protesters tore the gate down. I am leaving the post up because, regardless…

What Unites Us

I’ve spent a lot of time thinking. Stressing too! I managed to get my blood pressure all out of whack again, so there’s that. I don’t intend to get political here, no matter what I say in that realm, I will lose half of my audience. And people are on edge these days too. But…

Advice for New Gun Owners

With everything that has been going on, from pandemic to antifa, there are a lot of people who have been buying guns, and most of the recent gun sales have been to new gun owners, first-time gun buyers. Owning a gun is a pretty serious responsibility, and as such, there are some things that first-time…

How to Thrive in this Pandemic

There have been a lot of questions coming in about surviving the current pandemic. I do not want this information to become too dated, I would like for it to still be relative for the future as well as now, so I will approach this about surviving the current situation and being prepared for the…

2A: Lessons from the COVID-19 Shutdown

My last post was about staying safe in the current situation with coronavirus and the shutdowns and all of the panicked buying going on, supply shortages, etc. As this thing is affecting all of us, I had hoped to assuage my beloved reader’s thoughts. This time around, I am looking at a specific action being…

Corona Virus: Common Sense

I do not take the needless deaths of anyone lightly. People have died from the Coronavirus or COVID-19. Having said that, there are some behaviors that are occurring that are truly bazaar, and some basic common sense that is not common practice, and some emails asking me about this entire mess, and I feel compelled…

Top 3 Concealed Carry 1st Gun Mistakes

Based in part from the questions I get from my readers, and in part from conversations with people who have told me of their own mistakes, as well as those I made on the way here, I have decided to put together my list of the top three 1st carry gun mistakes people make. As…