2 October, 2013 A.D.
Greetings Concealed Weapons Permittees,
Realize this: you will never have enough time in
the day for the amount of training you need.
However, every one of us can make time for the
* 10-15 minutes of dry fire with your pistol
and carbine. This will help ensure that
you make a first-round hit, as long
as you practice using the sights.
* 5-10 simple hand-to-hand combat drills.
These do not have to be fancy or
elaborate, just simple drills involving
punches and strikes to get someone off of you.
* 5-10 simple knife drills. Again, make sure
you’re ready to cut someone off of you if
* Get into good physical condition.
I believe that you are less likely to be
injured if you are in top-notch physical shape.
And, if by chance you are injured, good
physical conditioning will normally help during
your recovery. Being physically fit
gives you a better chance of survival, no
doubt about it. All combat I’ve personally
been involved in has been both physically
demanding and has taken place in a fluid
environment, requiring me to move
and create a safe firing position.
-- Paul R. Howe
The solution to the mass murder problem is to lock up
the crazy people.
Taking guns away from the sane people makes us less safe.
Electronically implemented surprise break.