Knowledge to make your life better. If you have some free time, check out some of these links this weekend. The Blue Brief: How To Survive a Carjacking Cars are becoming increasingly difficult to hot wire. We’ve become increasingly distracted by our phones. Criminals are figuring out that if they want a car, it’s […]
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Last weekend I taught a few classes at the annual Rangemaster Tactical Conference . It’s one of my favorite training events. This was my 9th year teaching there. I taught two sessions of my new lecture class “Safe Travels in Dangerous Places.” I also taught a beginner’s live fire class covering pistol retention shooting. I […]
Knowledge to make your life better. If you have some free time, check out some of these links this weekend. Revisiting The 21-Foot Rule The “21-foot rule” has been widely misunderstood and misapplied in the years since it was first published. Here is a good discussion of the evolution of this “rule” with links […]
Written by Greg Ellifritz After three large scale active killer attacks in this country last week, people want answers. People want to know what tactics and strategies will help them prevail should they be present during an active killer attack in a public place. I’ve been writing about the topic for almost two […]
This is a guest post from my friend Ed Monk. Ed retired after a full military career and now works as a police officer. He owns Last Resort Firearm Training. In this article he shares his experience carrying weapons to a recent trip to New York City. Although the article is primarily geared towards […]
Today’s article is a guest contribution from my friend Ed Monk. Ed is a police officer, retired Army officer, and owner of the Last Resort Firearms training company. In this article, Ed shares some valuable active killer research. I will be posting my thoughts on the Orlando massacre tomorrow. -Greg By Ed […]
With the crazy increasing frequency of active killer events worldwide, I thought I’d re-share this piece I originally posted almost three years ago. The excellent article you see below was written by Ed Monk, a tactical instructor, police officer and retired Army Colonel. I met Ed several years ago at TDI and have always […]