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  1. Training
    Pre-Attack Indicators by Kirk Lawson In the world of self defense, the prudent person wants to know when someone is secretly preparing to attack them. There are a number of what is often called "pre-attack indicators." These are behaviors that are associated with the person preparing to...
  2. 2nd Amendment
    Note this is on a law enforcement magazine. Robber (with history of robbing in the past) displays gun. Store employee defends himself legally. Store has very nebulous weapon policy. And....the family of the deceased is outraged. My guess is their feelings are less about their dear departed...
  3. Lounge
    It is a common misconception that unarmed martial art techniques are not considered deadly force in the United States. Very often they are. And not just punching to the head or the like. Did you know that even joint locks at the elbow knee or ankle can be considered deadly force under most law...
  4. Consumer Reviews
    SAFTD Pepper Spray Training by Kirk Lawson There is a lot of interest in Less Than Lethal self defense. While potentially lethal self defense, such as sticks, knives, firearms, and, yes, sometimes even bare hands, is often required, not every Force scenario necessarily requires a potentially...
  5. General Hi-Point Discussion
    I just put a laserlyte sight on my C9, and I'm having a heck of a time getting the windage adjusted to the right. The elevation is perfect. I adjusted the windage screw as far to the right as it will go, and the pistol shoots 2 inches to the left at 15 yards. It was 8 inches to the left when...
  6. General Firearms Discussion
    I'm talking "Tactical" rifles, you know the ones I'm talking about. The rifle that has a scope, red dot sight, laser sight, folding grip and 12 flashlights. I know a person that has one of these rifles (his only has 11 flashlights) and he is so proud of what he calls his home defense rifle. Do...
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