Practice With Your Bedroom Gun

I know many of you have a handgun in your bedroom. When was the last time you practiced with it? Does it have a light (or is a flashlight handy)? Have you checked lately too see if they still work? When things go bump in the night is not the time to discover that you have a dead battery. Do some realistic drills at the

The Day You Need Your Gun

You don’t get to pick the day you need your gun. Someone else will pick that day and they will only tell you at the last minute. Tom Givens, of Rangemaster (a premier firearms training facility in Tennessee), made this interesting comment that was picked up on Facebook a month or so ago. Think about the truth of this statement. If I knew I was going

January 2019

Happy New Year Everyone! Interesting Thought for the New Year… You don’t get to pick the day you need your gun. Someone else will pick that day and they will only tell you at the last minute. Tom Givens, of Rangemaster (a premier firearms training facility in Tennessee), made this interesting comment that was picked up on Facebook a month or so ago. Think about the truth of

Increase Your Awareness – Stay Alert

Be extra alert as you go about your holiday activities. It is so easy to get caught up in your social activities and shopping that brings you into close contact with lots of people, including strangers, that you tend to become complacent. Be extra aware of those around you. Most of them mean you no harm, but there are always those who are looking to

Warning to New Mexico Gun Owners

Republished from: NRA-ILA Institute for Legislative Action Expect Unprecedented Attacks On Your Second Amendment Rights During The 2019 Legislative Session While the New Mexico Legislature will not convene for its 60-day Regular Session until January 15, lawmakers can start prefiling bills on December 17.  You will see unprecedented attacks on your Second Amendment rights from the word go.  Your NRA-ILA will alert you to bill numbers and provide

Preparing for Your Personal Defense

Here’s a very interesting article by Jeff Gonzales posted on Shooting Illustrated regarding things you need to consider as you look at your personal safety and defense. The article states that managing a potential threat is best done before the threat reaches your “contact” distance, and ideally when they’re still well within the “far” area to give yourself better options. Here is an illustration to explain. These concepts

December 2018

Interesting Thought… Here’s a very interesting article by Jeff Gonzales posted on Shooting Illustrated regarding things you need to consider as you look at your personal safety and defense. These concepts are particularly appropriate in the holiday season where we are liable to spend more time in close proximity to people while out shopping or during holiday social events. Read Jeff’s article: Personal-Defense Preparation: Considering Worst-Case Scenarios Upcoming Classes and

Be Extra Aware of Your Surroundings During The Holidays

The holiday season is upon us. Now is the time to be extra aware of your surroundings. You are probably going to be in places with lots of people at times. And you may be carrying money or other valuables. Be cautious, especially if approached by strangers. Always have a  means to defend yourself and the loved ones with you. Remember, your safety is your

7 Recurring Details of Active Shooter Events

One of the lessons from the recent shooting at the Anza Day Spa in Florida is something everyone needs to think about…the fact that it can happen anywhere at any time. As the link below points out, there is no ‘safe’ space. And because of that, you need to be always prepared to respond to a life-threatening situation. Gil Ellifritz of Active Response Training has posted

November 2018

Interesting Thought… One of the lessons from the recent shooting at the Anza Day Spa in Florida is something everyone needs to think about…the fact that it can happen anywhere at any time. As the link below points out, there is no ‘safe’ space. And because of that, you need to be always prepared to respond to a life-threatening situation. Gil Ellifritz of Active Response Training has