Tactical Tip Of The Week

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You are out with your wife and family and returning to your car to go home. As you approach your car, you are confronted with an unknown person who is closing distance on you and your family. Through your life experience, you “feel” like something is just not right. What do you do?

 The time to sort out what to do is prior to being in the scenario above. Have a simple plan that all family members know AND understand. Rehearse the plan so that any problems can be worked out in practice BEFORE the plan has to be implemented for real.

 A safety tip from Lou Chiodo

Tactical Tip Of The Week

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Every so often, we have to evaluate what we are doing in our training and ensure that everything in our program is directed to one goal – winning in combat. Don’t waste precious training time on irrelevant methods and focus on training at realistic distances, times and conditions you are likely to encounter in a self-defense scenario.

 A safety tip from Lou Chiodo

 

 

Tactical Tip Of The Week

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Threat identification is critical in a home defense scenario. This becomes increasingly difficult during hours of darkness. Positive identification of the threat is required before ANY action is taken. I strongly advise keeping a flashlight with your defensive firearm and become proficient in coordinating your firearm and flashlight together.

 A safety tip from Lou Chiodo