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Carry Your Gun in Church? Hell Yes!

Carry Your Gun in Church?   Hell Yes!


Let’s talk about carrying a gun in church. For some, the very idea of carrying a gun in a church is repugnant. For others, well, it is a fact of life. Personally, I am more upset with the idea that we NEED to carry guns in houses of worship than I am about the fact that people do carry guns in houses of worship. 


Evil has come to our churches. We have seen it. If you are not ready to stop an attack on your church, then you should be ready to take cover and hope your prayers work. 


As with any mass shooting event, shot selection, target isolation, and your ability to hit your target under stress and massive confusion are paramount. The best advice is to seek cover and hold your fire until you know beyond any doubt you can stop the threat. You may have to learn to shoot on the move; send your family toward safety and crush the distance between you and the attacker to stop him immediately. The options are endless and the training for such eventualities should not be taken lightly. 


This short column should by no means be considered training in the elements of defending a house of worship. This is simply me starting the discussion. Think about this. Think about the number of attacks on churches and start developing a plan and the skills to defend against such an attack. 


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In the Aftermath, (of a shooting)

In the Aftermath

(Name, Rank, Serial Number & Date of Birth)


It is called the “post incident” and I have interviewed many individuals — some lawfully carrying and some not — who could have used the time immediately after (and frequently before) an incident to sit down and think. Not to invent an excuse or a lie; not to rearrange the evidence, dispute the facts or call momma; but just to take a deep breath and compose themselves. 


By joining the USCCA, you become eligible for a range of benefits, from legal assistance to training opportunities to — perhaps the most important benefit — affiliation with a community that cares and thinks as you do. A community that, I deeply believe, shares your essential values. 


And so I recall, when my annual membership came up for renewal, one of the most valuable items I received from the USCCA was a very small card, the kind that fits into your wallet. It details “Post-Incident Instructions.” This simple card recommends that, following a self-defense situation, you should first call 911 and when the police arrive — response times to a shooting are routinely faster than for other types of crime — you are only obligated to say and do the following:


  1. Explain: “This man tried to kill me.”
  2. Complaint: “I’m willing to sign a complaint.”
  3. Evidence: “There is his weapon.”
  4. Witnesses: “Those people saw the attack.”
  5. Silence: “Officer, I will cooperate 100%, but first I need to speak with my attorney.”
  6. Remember: (Name, Rank, Serial Number & Date of Birth)

This topic is covered extensively in both my Home Defense Fundamentals Course & Concealed Carry Fundamentals Course… Let’s Talk!


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Best Defensive Place to Sit at a Restaurant, Theater, etc.

Best Defensive Place to Sit at a Restaurant, Theater, etc.


Here are some suggestions that emerged from the (admittedly) random examples that apply to concealed carry. And of course, except for the well-known Hickok, the six officers were highly visible wearing uniforms and duty gear.


  1. Event seating could be critical to survival. Single men want to sit in the “viewing seat” to check out the women who come and go from a restaurant or bar—maybe unattached women do something similar. Written in this manner it sounds creepy, but maybe this is not such a bad strategy for those of us who carry.
  2. And sitting at a table rather than in a booth will give you more flexibility to draw and maneuver if you ever need to do so. The sides of a booth may give you some protection from gunshots as will the people—the bodies—on the other sides.
  3. Seated with your back to a wall, you have as much as 180 degrees of safety and a narrower, more focused field of view. At least, no one can sneak up behind you.
  4. Depending on your group size and consistency, think about making an effort to keep your companion(s) away from your draw hand.

Being vigilant is exhausting, but it could save your life…especially if you’re worrying about betting on two pair, those aces and 8s.


See Rick Sapp's article on 

Situational Awareness: “Pick Your Seat”

 

https://www.usconcealedcarry.com/situational-awareness-pick-seat/

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The Pernicious Pinkification of Little Girls

The Pernicious Pinkification of Little Girls  (Excerpt from my Blog)

  

This is an oversimplification… But, scientists say that behavioral differences between the sexes are not hard-wired at birth, but are the result of society's expectations. 


In fact, there are no major neurological differences between the sexes. There may be slight variations in the brains of women and men, but the wiring is soft, not hard. It’s flexible, malleable and changeable. Yes, there are basic behavioral differences between the sexes, but we should note that these differences increase with age because our children's intellectual biases are being exaggerated and intensified by our gendered culture. 


Children don't inherit intellectual, behavioral and societal differences. They learn them. They are a result of what we expect a boy or a girl to be. 


Thus, I call it the Pernicious Pinkification of Little Girls! 


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Ways A Burglar Breaks In, 80 % of the Time

Ways A Burglar Breaks In, 80 Percent Of The Time

 

You may be surprised to discover these TOP-3 methods that a burglar will use to break into your home.


80-percent of the time, entrance is gained through one of the following…


  

3 Ways A Burglar Breaks In, 80 Percent Of The Time

1. THROUGH THE FRONT DOOR

2. THROUGH A WINDOW

3. THROUGH THE BACK DOOR


Although statistically less likely, a burglar will also gain entry to your home through the garage, the basement, or a second floor window.


  

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As seen in Modern Survival Blog By Ken Jorgustin


https://modernsurvivalblog.com/security/3-ways-a-burglar-breaks-in-80-percent-of-the-time/

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 Through our partnership with both the NRA and the USCCA, 5150 HEAT Firearms Training Academy are thrilled to be able to offer men & women with several fantastic training courses. 


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Through our partnership with both the NRA and the USCCA, 5150 HEAT Firearms Training Academy are thrilled to be able to offer men & women with several fantastic training courses. 


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Through our partnership with both the NRA and the USCCA, 5150 HEAT Firearms Training Academy are thrilled to be able to offer men & women with several fantastic training courses. 


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