Today there are literally hundreds of individual first aid kits (IFAK) from which to choose. One of the best I’ve found is the Dark Angel Medical 2nd Gen D.A.R.K. (Direct Action Response Kit).
What started off as a normal day is turning out to be anything but. Something is terribly wrong. News reports are vague, but early indications point to a massive failure of key computer networks that run the nation’s power grid. In your neighborhood, power is failing, traffic is at a standstill, and most businesses are anxiously closing their doors and sending their employees home.
Some training companies offer both open and restricted enrollment courses. Is there a difference? At my outfit, EAG Tactical, I get enough questions to warrant a lengthy explanation, so here we go.
While a firearm may be considered the most effective tool for personal self-defense, there are times and places where firearms are not an option. This may be due to local laws, your local status, or problems with your firearm.
Short-barreled rifles have skyrocketed in popularity over the last several years, but has the niche outrun the knowledge in the pursuit of ergonomics? There is nothing quite as frustrating as banging the 16th inch of your muzzle on every surface imaginable as you try to smoothly deploy a carbine in CQB, vehicle or urban environments.