Over the course of writing The Shooter’s Bible Guide to Concealed Carry, I learned a great deal about what it takes to survive a deadly armed encounter. Most of this information came from speaking with experts in the personal defense arena, but some of it came via statistics gathered from violent criminals themselves.
One of the major takeaways from that book—and I hope it comes through in the text—is that regular, routine handgun training will give you a leg-up on a violent attacker. Armed assaults happen very quickly, and you’ll have to rely on muscle memory developed over the course days or months or years at the range.
Most crooks don’t routinely practice with their guns, and very few have handgun skills that even a …Read the Rest
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