Posts in Self Defense
The Dozier Drill

He was rescued after 42 days of captivity. At that time, US military personnel were prohibited by Italian law from carrying firearms at their homes within the local community. General Dozier was unarmed and unable to defend himself during the attack.

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Self DefenseCarol Rozek
Home Defense Checklist

Personal defense in the home is different than personal defense on the street. You may be highly aware on the street. In the home you are more relaxed or even asleep. Many of the tragic depredations by our protein fed, ex-con criminal class occur in the home. In a home defense situation the range is short and gunhandling is more important than marksmanship.

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So, You DON’T Carry Every Day?

Whenever I have a concealed carry class, I always poll the students to find out how often they intend to carry. No surprise, the most common answer is, “Whenever I can, wherever I can.” That would be my answer, of course, as it likely would be for most of our regular readers. In fact, “every day carry” is such a part of our lives that we use shorthand for it: EDC.

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Self DefenseCarol Rozek
Travel Smart

Summer vacation time is coming, and many of us will be traveling. So it’s a good time to remind ourselves that whenever we venture outside of our home states with our firearms, we expose ourselves to a multitude of laws, regulations, and even local city ordinances.

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Self DefenseCarol Rozek
What to Say to 911 After a Self-Defense Incident

If you’re ever involved in a self-defense incident, you need to know what to say during your 911 call. In this week’s “Ask an Attorney” video, criminal defense attorney Tom Grieve answers this frequently asked question from responsible gun owners: “What am I supposed to say on my call to 911 if I’m ever involved in a self-defense incident with my gun?”

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Self Defense, LegalCarol Rozek