However, what if somebody really does want to kill you, or at least claims they do?
The November 2012 issue of S.W.A.T. Magazine is no turkey! It's stuffed with reviews from cover to cover, with close-up looks at a spectrum of firearms ranging from Hi-Point's humble 9mm carbine to a deluxe custom SBR AR carbine from Ballistic Advantage.
All the trimmings are here, too, including a hands-on review of Surefire's newest ultra-bright flashlights from Pat Rogers, a trip to 10-8 Consulting's 1911 Diagnostics & Operation course, and tips on building an emergency shelter with just your bare hands.
For Budget-Conscious Patriots
The Surprising Hi-Point Carbine
Ballistic Advantage Custom Rifle Build
Let There Be Lights
Really Bright Lights
Patrick A. Rogers
Off The Griddle
Guess Who's Crawling To Dinner?
1911 Dream Team
10-8 Consulting Diagnostics & Operation Course
Warrior Spirit Lives On
Bowie Tactical Concepts Glock 34
21st Century Saddle Gun
Mossberg 464 SPX
Compound Caliber Carbine
LMT CQB 16
To misquote The Rolling Stones, “You can’t always pack what you want.”
After recently being gutted out with abdominal/pelvic surgery, it was blatantly obvious that I wasn’t going to be packing my normal daily tools of the trade for awhile. It was equally obvious that once I was back on my hind paws and outside the safe confines of my kennel, I was going to be a sitting duck for a predator, at least until I regained my pre-surgery level of physical fitness.
“The law can be a funny thing, Luke....”
This is a famous line and applicable statement uttered by the “Dragline” character, played by George Kennedy, in Cool Hand Luke.
I am here to tell you firsthand that this is every bit as true as it could be. You can have a court’s ruling on one issue contradicted by another court on virtually the same points. Go figure.