Craig Douglas – Myth of Proportional Armament

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 “Usually when … More Craig Douglas – Myth of Proportional Armament


Thesis:  There are bunches of civilian men in the concealed carry world trying to look like SF operators or “tactical timmy”.  From the weekend range warriors to the guy behind the gun counter at the local shop.   The link and subsequent re-blog below when applied to the armed citizen might give some food for thought … More Camouflage

Contact Medicine

I don’t re-blog often . . . but when I do . . . H/T to brushbeater   Fact #1- If you’re planning on taking up arms, plan on getting hurt. Fact #2- Statistically speaking, 10% of those injured will die from injuries sustained. Nothing you will do can change this. These casualties will be … More Contact Medicine

If You Cannot Shoot Them In The Face – Red Dot Glocks

In the movie El Diablo, Thomas Van Leek, played by Louis Gossett, Jr., is a no-nonsense gunslinger who shot a number of antagonists in the back. When asked about it, he replies simply, ‘Because his back was to me.’ That is supposed to be a comedy line of course as we know no western hero … More If You Cannot Shoot Them In The Face – Red Dot Glocks