PersonalProtection Handgun In-Home & OUT

PersonalProtection Handgun In-Home or Out the most important factor is you must be willing to kill a human-being. Think about it. A second of hesitation in a bad situation can cost you and/or, a family member their and your life. In John Wayne's last film, he said something like "Friend, It isn't being fast or even accurate that counts--it's being willing! I found out early that most men, regardless of cause or need, aren't willing. They'll blink an eye or draw a breath before they pull the trigger. I won't!" Neither should you.

Willingness means more than just being willing to shoot. When the time comes that you face an armed bad-guy who is trying to shoot you, you're fighting for your life. Think about it before the situation arises. Mental preparation will save lives, yours and possibly a family member. It is up to every one who carries a Handgun to make sure they are ready to KILL.

It also means being willing to stay up on new Handgun tactics and techniques. Be aware, pay attention to what is going on around you. Awareness extends to your community. If a murderer or rapist is at large or how about a series of break-ins, would you know? Local news is important to listen to or watch. When you're walking the dog be aware. Look around once in a while. Personal-Protection In-Home or Out requires a wider range of training than you might think. "I'll figure it out when the time comes." Isn't the mind set to have. It can KILL you. It takes a great deal of willingness and a strong person to stand up in a situation to save loved ones. If you aren't willing to do what is needed, please consider alternate means of Personal-Protection In-Home and Out.

Many will say that a shotgun is the best gun for home defense. A person offering that info usually adds, "Just point it and pull the trigger". Usually added to this, Heck, the sound of racking a round in is enough make-em void them-self. Accept, shot loads spread at about one inch every three feet beyond ten feet. At 12 feet you have two inches of hot-lead. Now that will make a big mess out of the bad-guy and throw blood and guts all-over the house. OK, so you drag out the body, mop-up the gore and all is well, yes? Not if your pointing was was four to six inches off. In that case bad-guy is maybe mildly wounded and real pumped full of adrenalin and now even more bent on KILLING you. The sound of racking may-well be the last sound YOU hear because while your racking Bad-guy is shooting you. Think about it. The rationalization of the "Just point it and pull the trigger" remark allows for not practicing. Long guns even if cut down to legal length for self-defense are risky in a confined space. Bad-guys are no easier to hit with a handgun but movement is better accomplished. A Handgun used properly can be devastating. The handgun option requires more practice than a shotgun but within the twenty six foot area aiming is a bit less critical. Also, a handgun can be worked effectively with one hand.

Out of the house a Handgun can be concealed even when in your hand. While holding someone at gunpoint, a long gun is easier for someone to take away from you.

Things to think about; - A light mounted on your Handgun will be pointing both the light and gun muzzle. - Set aside time for Handgun practice. - Take some time to think about realistic situations.Home invasions are violent. You need to be ready to get the bad guys before they get you. There is a multitude of manufacturers offering ingenious carry method and alternative options.

Do you have any good ideas? Contact me. I will post them and give you the credit. Gun owners and Carriers need to share all the information we can.

Till then, yours, jeffrey

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