From Tara Mica of the NRA-ILA… I hope you all are having a safe and wonderful October! Lots to report on all over the Land of Enchantment: Moms Demand Action Protesting Friday In Las Cruces – Counter Protest Planned At noon this Friday, October 20, New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg’s national gun control group Moms Demand Action plans to protest outside of New Mexico Congressman Steve Pearce’s district office in Las Cruces, located
Suggestions for the Tip of the Month are from the Tom Givens article mentioned in the Interesting Thoughts article this month. Have the gun on your person, it won’t do you any good otherwise. Solid initial training, followed up with periodic sustainment training with your carry gear leads to a comfort level with the equipment fostering the willingness to actually wear it daily. What to
In a recent article in the American Handgunner, Tom Givens of Rangemaster has the following comments about the situations some of his students have dealt with over the years. There is a lot of food for thought here… I have good debriefs on almost 70 defensive shootings involving my students over the years. Over 9 out of 10 of these occurred away from home, at convenience stores,
Take a few minutes and read the full article by Greg Ellifritz of Active Response Training on tips on how to survive a terrorist vehicle attack. Vehicle Attack Survival Tips Face traffic when walking along the street. If you have a choice, walk along streets that have vehicle blockades or cars parked at the curb. Watch for danger signs. Don’t rush to help the injured.
From friend, John Tate, on the recent London terror attack… “He threw chairs, glasses, and bottles at the attackers in a bid to stop them.”* Such was the reaction of a man attacked by London terrorists armed with ” large knives.” Did you know that not only guns but also knives are essentially illegal in England? † Surprise, surprise – someone forgot to tell the
A recent study of burglaries in a midwest town indicated that in 70% of the burglaries the homeowner had left a door unlocked. And in 79% of vehicle break-ins, the doors were not locked. I know we all lock our doors when we are not at home but apparently, someone isn’t. Get in the habit of locking your doors when you are in the house