Lawyer and reservist, upholding the right to life and self-defense. These are the tools that defend these rights.


1. How to Choose a Defensive Handgun

2. Apocalypse Loadout

3. In Praise of Revolvers

4. Blade Education

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Morgan Dulaney.

Accomplished shotgun shooter.  Winner of the National Last Man Standing competition at the Scholastic Clay Target Program Nationals in Sparta, Illinois.

Hinderer Knife.

Derespina Karambit with Glock 17.


“I didn’t want a gun. I specifically didn’t want one,” Dittrich said. “I was very much opposed to hav[ing] one, and I guess I got the realization that the police really can’t protect you. They can respond, and they can protect you once they get there. But, you’re on your own.”

I honestly don’t see how having a gun in a situation where both of your assailants already have a gun pointed at you would help anything.

With a 30 second internet search, you can find literally thousands of examples of armed citizens defeating attackers with guns.

Armed Doctor Opens Fire and Stops Active Shooter in Pennsylvania Hospital

Is it possible they’ll leave you alone if you peacefully submit? Sure.

Is it also possible that even if you submit, they’ll rape your wife, sister or daughter, and kill you all anyway? Yes.

I’m not going to leave these possibilities in the hands of some criminal scum.  I’m going to fight to the last breath in my body.

Just because some people are cowards doesn’t mean that we all should be as well.


Maria Guschina.
IPSC World Shoot champion.

Maria Guschina.

IPSC World Shoot champion.


Ruger 1911.

Glock does one thing particularly well - keep on running.

I’ve just had 5,000 rounds through my latest one, with absolutely no failures. No FTEs, FTFs, or any other malfunctions of any kind.  That’s why my primary carry gun is a Glock.

I cannot trust my life to a gun that has less than total reliability.