Video – What can we learn from would-to-be carjacker or robber?

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Posted by Samahan ng mga Pinoy Bloggers on Monday, December 4, 2017

Is your head tuck in your ass on that phone, and your situation awareness is non existent?

Are your vehicle windows all the way up?

How do you carry your gun?
Vehicle mounted?  SMH 😥
Hip carry? 😕
AIWB (appendix) carry 🙂

Can you effectively and quickly draw your gun while sitting in the car?

Did you take any vehicle carry courses and practice from time to time?

Maybe it wasn’t a safe neighborhood so you should not be hanging out in your car. It’s usually not a good idea to draw your gun on a drawn gun. While sitting in your car, your car door helps conceal your draw from the bad guy outside, and some tint can assist in obscuring you as a whole. Find that opportunity and moment when the bad guy is distracted and his eyes are not on your hands where you will draw, be quick! Constant practice will help during stressful situation, allowing your defensive motor skills to be second nature.
Good news is one less bad buy on the street and another gun save lives incident. The driver did well and lived. Lessons can be learned from this defensive shooting incident.

The “Feel” Good Legislation – Escape Vehicle Ban of 2016

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With the recent mass killings and only a “small” rise of vehicles being used as a weapon, the media, law makers and the public always say we have to do something about the tool that was used. Hardly blaming the person/s. While simultaneously intending to do nothing more vigorously than posting an emotionally charged status on the news and social media.

The usual routine actions that legislators will perform based on the general fear, vague and use the widespread unease to signed another so called “feel-good” piece of legislation that does nothing more to prevent the problem that it supposed to prevent but only hinder law abiding citizens from going about their daily lives. Continue reading “The “Feel” Good Legislation – Escape Vehicle Ban of 2016” »