On this week’s episode of The Mag Life Podcast, Daniel is joined by the immensely knowledgeable, Steve Tarani. With decades in the defense, law enforcement, and intelligence communities, Steve is a highly-respected firearm, defensive tactics, bladed weapons, and personal protection instructor. As of late, Tarani has specialized in awareness-based training, having incorporated this into his […]
With the high level of civil unrest currently racing across the country, unsuspecting motorists are suddenly finding themselves caught in the middle of riots. How do you survive this type of encounter if it happens to you?
If you have purchased or carry a gun for self-defense, you must consider all of these factors if you want to improve your chances of truly winning a fight that requires lethal force. The fight is not just physical, it’s also social, legal, and psychological. Include all of these considerations in your mission statement, your family plans, and your training, and you will greatly improve your chances of coming out of such an event with you and your family life in one piece.
In part one I covered some important preparations for using a firearm in self-defense, such as having performance standards, defining our mission, and developing a confident mindset. In the second installment of our three-part series, I am going to talk about some of the possible legal consequences of lethal force.
You run fire drills with the kids, talk through handling severe weather, but have you considered Tactical Decision Games for a home invasion or burglar? Does everyone know what to do if things go sideways, or if you're in proximity to urban unrest?
So you’ve purchased your gun. You may have even attended a local class and obtained your carry permit. But are you ready to use that gun to defend yourself? Have you deeply considered the ways that a lethal force event could impact your life? In this article, we’ll take a look at a few important considerations and how to prepare yourself for them.
Concealed carry presents obvious challenges. Some who want to carry have to go to extremes to conceal even a small pistol. Don't rule out ankle carry. It may be a viable way to stay prepared.
Finding the right ammunition for everyday carry can require a lot of testing. Fortunately for you, we do a lot of testing. Here are some of the stand-out 9mm rounds and the data to back up some impressive gel tests.
<p>The gear that worked in the past…still works</p>
<p>The Smith & Wesson SD9 is inexpensive, but that doesn't mean it is cheap. In fact, it makes for a pretty good personal protection tool.</p>