The Evolution of TASERs
A lot of folks forget how ineffective the early TASERs were.
Modern TASERs, while not “megic”, are significantly more effective nowadays.
Evolution of the Police TASER Posted on September 20, 2012 by Randall
There is no doubt that one of the most significant technological advances in law enforcement over the last twenty years has been the development and…
Off-Centerline Tool Carry - Personal Defense Network
Great article from Chris Fry at Off-Centerline Tool Carry – Personal Defense Network.Off-Centerline Tool Carry
Every-Day Carry (EDC) of personal protection tools is a highly individualized subject. EDC is often developed around specific mission requirements, personal experience, previous training and environment. How and why a law enforcement officer carries tools is quite different than how…
Lessons from the George Zimmerman Trial
Even though Zimmerman’s shooting of Trayvon Martin has been ruled self-defense by the jury, Zimmerman is likely going to have to “look over his shoulder” for a very long time due to the publicity surrounding this case. Some Observations
- Be “Fit to Fight”
- Get up to speed on your cardio conditioning and your unarmed combatives
- Any sort of “Crossfit-style” workout program helps.
- Cut out starches…
Awesome Email Addy
This is a nice PROTIP.
Originally posted on Front Sight Press:
A friend of mine (who shall remain nameless) got an email the other day from a well-trained fellow CCW permit holder and firearms instructor. Dude’s email address was something like StoneFacedKiller@email.com…
Can’t wait to see what the jury thinks of that email address if (Heaven forbid) dude ever has to justify a defensive…
Basic Breaching for the common man Part II (Ballistic & Windows)
Basic Breaching for the common man Part 1 (Doors)
Hard Targets: Counter-ambush Strategies and Tactics for the LEO
Great article from Northwest CQC!
Originally posted on Northwest CQC:
In keeping with the last post, here are some concrete things that can be practiced on a day-to-day basis to make officers safer in their duties, and on their coffee breaks! With enough repetition, many of these practices can and should become habit. Done properly they can be integrated as a part of everyday situational…