Wednesday, July 2, 2014

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
following:
* 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
necessary.
* 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.
http://www.anncoulter.com/columns/2013-09-18.html
Taking guns away from the sane people makes us less safe.

Electronically implemented surprise break.
http://news.cnet.com/8301-11386_3-57604113-76/now-youre-a-sharpshooter-the-smart-rifle-arrives/

Cheers,
Jon

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