Knowledge to make your life better. If you have some free time, check out some of these links this weekend. Emotional Components of Knife Defense, Part 1 A detailed look at why some folks fear being stabbed more than being shot. It’s a very common, but scientifically baseless fear. A medical study of criminal […]
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Knowledge to make your life better. If you have some free time, check out some of these links this weekend. Close Quarters Shooting In this short video Paul Sharp provides a great overview of close quarters pistol shooting techniques. Feed Family Of 4 For 1 Year at $300 Cost For everyone who […]
Links to some of the best tactical information on the web. If you have some free time, check them out this weekend. Best Long-Range Scope: Buyers Guide & Features To Look For An excellent compilation of information to help you best choose a quality rifle scope. This year’s scary new drug is […]
This is a guest post written by my friend Jonathan Willis in response to some comments made about a previous tourniquet article I published. Jonathan is a veteran Paramedic, Instructor, and Fire Lieutenant who has actually used the tourniquets he references in the field. It seems impossible to go online today and not […]
This is a guest article from my friend Jonathan Willis. Jonathan is a veteran fire department lieutenant, paramedic, and instructor. He teaches the “Real World Trauma” classes for Dave Spaulding’s Handgun Combatives program. Jonathan is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to all things medical and has written an excellent article on tourniquet selection. […]
Here are a few links to articles and videos I found interesting this week. Some are intellectual. Some are informative. Some are just fun. If you have some free time, check them out this weekend. Street Ready .22 Rimfires “The .22 LR isn’t the best choice out there, but for some people it’s the […]
Written by: Greg Ellifritz I recently read an article on a preparedness website describing how to modify a belt to be a better tourniquet to stop severe bleeding. While I respect the author’s ingenuity, simply wrapping a belt around a limb, no matter how tightly it is buckled, will not likely occlude arterial bleeding. […]