THIS is what needs to be taught in every state required concealed pistol course. An armed citizen can draw quick and shoot fast, but if what’s covered below isn’t understood . . . they aren’t stacking the deck in their favor. “Take-aways” post to follow . . . Craig Douglas “Southnarc” of http://www.Shivworks.com “Usually when … More Craig Douglas – Myth of Proportional Armament
A couple . . err . . . few things : 1. DTG Sends . . . 2. I was talking with a friend of mine today and he mentioned how it never ceases to amaze him that folks run out and buy a gun after a mass shooting like the one in Orlando in … More No, really … OWN your Personal Security
Emergencies – What’s possible? What’s Probable? If you ask a random sample of preparedness-minded people about SHTF, the topic gravitates toward the long-term disaster situation vs. short term emergencies. There always seems to be a trend for preparing against the most extreme SHTF situation, vs. the one that’s most probable to happen, and the most … More Short-Term Preparedness – Possible vs. Probable
Today’s “Tale from the Mog” is brought to you by the letter “A”, as in “Act Like the Natives”. Just about everyone is familiar with the Survival Acronym: S – Size up the Situation U – Undue Haste Makes Waste R – Remember Where You Are V – Vanquish all Fear I – Improvise V … More Act Like the Natives . . .
http://www.crimemapping.com/ Here’s a handy dandy tool if you aren’t already aware of it. This site lets you take a look at the types of crimes, number of crimes, the area of the crimes committed within a certain date range query. (It even tells you the approx. time in which the crimes took place! “You mean … More Evaluating the Urban Threat – Crime Mapping