Lethal Force/Firearms

Glock G44 .22LR Gun Review

Review: Glock G44 Compact .22LR Training Perfection

Table of Contents Add a header to begin generating the table of contents Glock G44 Overview Glock recently announced their first rimfire pistol, the Glock G44. The Glock G44 is chambered in .22lr, an inexpensive and widely available cartridge. While the .22lr is not a viable cartridge for self-defense, the Glock 44 is …

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The Truth About Weapons for Self-Defense

The Truth About Weapons for Self-Defense

There is an endless supply of self-defense products on the market claiming to stop attackers in their tracks. Companies and individuals promoting these products are pretty good at spreading misinformation and inflating the effectiveness of these devices. Below are the most common self-defense weapons and some of the pros and cons of each.

Off-Body Carrying of a Firearm: Don’t Do It

Off-Body Carrying of a Firearm: Don’t Do It

Off-body carrying of a firearm is simply carrying your weapon in a manner that it is not attached to your body in a fixed, stable location. Off-body carry includes things like purses and stowing a gun under the seat of your car. Off-body carry has many drawbacks, many of which will render your firearm inaccessible in the dynamics of a lethal force confrontation. For the average citizen, off-body carry should be a last resort.

Armed Citizen: Asset or Liability?

Armed Citizen: Asset or Liability?

The concealed carry of firearms is legal in almost all states. More citizens are carrying firearms for personal protection than ever before. Each of these citizens makes a choice, either intentionally or not. As an armed citizen are they going to be an asset or liability to society? The training required to get a concealed carry license does little to make a person proficient in weapon manipulation.

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