The Protector's Perspective 

Smith & Wesson Factory Grand Opening

A couple of years ago Smith & Wesson made the smart decision to plan their exit from gun-hostile ...
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When Pride Hinders Learning

Pride. It’s a confusing subject. We all have it at times, and at other times, we probably need ...
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I Was Fooling Myself About Situational Awareness

I like to think I’m a fairly observant person. Most of the time I am intentional about trying to ...
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Smith & Wesson Folding Carbine (FPC)

The Smith & Wesson Folding Carbine: Gimmick or Gem?

Earlier this year Smith & Wesson decided to jump into the pistol caliber carbine market with a folding ...
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Calm Is Contagious: 5 Ways to Stay Calm in the Middle of Chaos

Calm is contagious. If you don’t remember anything else that you read in this article, remember these three ...
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Sig P322 (L) and a Sig P320C (r)

Is the Sig P322 a Good Gun?

From single-action revolvers to high-tech semi-autos, there are plenty of choices if you are shopping for a .22 ...
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SAM XT

Easiest Tourniquet to Use: The SAM XT

A couple of months back, we posted an article about the dangers of buying fake tourniquets. That was ...
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I Got a New Gun, What Should I Modify First?

If you frequent Facebook groups about guns, you see a question that comes up at least every couple ...
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church safety training

Church Safety vs Church Security: Does the Name Matter

Back in 2013, I published my first blog about church safety called “Safety or Security? What’s in a ...
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Mental Preparation is as important as physical preparation

Mental Preparation Can Make The Difference Between Life and Death

As you train and prepare for situations when you may encounter violence be sure to include mental preparation ...
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