If you can get two hands on the gun, by all means do so, but that’s not always possible. You may be injured, holding a small child, or fending off an attack. Retired Supervisory Federal Agent and S.W.A.T. contributor Ken Trice demonstrates three techniques to stay in the fight with just your support hand.
A dilemma that many peace officers face is how to deal with a legally armed citizen. Lt. J. Robinson of the Reno, Nevada Police Department offers his perspective on the subject and gives some useful tips to private citizens when interacting with law enforcement.Watch Now >>
Exsanguination (bleeding out) is the leading cause of death in traumatic injuries. The recent and ongoing wars have proven that tourniquets save lives. They take up little room on a vest or duty belt, and can even be carried in a pocket. If you carry a gun, you should also carry a tourniquet. The lifeWatch Now >>
Training on a three-dimensional target has to be very specific, because a lot more cost, setup time, effort and energy go into training on a 3D target as opposed to a standard two-dimensional target. One of the most useful things we can do with a 3D target is study the angles we’re going to shootWatch Now >>
In this in-depth conversation with Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, he talks about his ground-breaking books On Killing and On Combat that resulted in the sheepdog concept. Private citizens who are prepared to defend themselves and others are sheepdogs and the subject of the latest book by Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, Sheepdogs: Meet Our Nation’s Warriors.Watch Now >>