Two Gun Trainers, Three Opinions; or, One Gun Trainer, Two Schools?
Faith / Training

Two Gun Trainers, Three Opinions; or, One Gun Trainer, Two Schools?

Yesterday I concluded my post by raising the question of whether there is an essential core of systematic knowledge or set of professional norms that are widely agreed upon by defensive firearms trainers. I don’t think so, and the failed attempt to establish an Association of Defensive Firearms Instructors as a professional association may suggest … Continue reading

Protecting Houses of Worship, Part 1: Training Organizations, Groups, and Individuals
Faith / Training

Protecting Houses of Worship, Part 1: Training Organizations, Groups, and Individuals

Last month I spooked a few people by posting that I was “SEEKING HELP on Protecting Houses of Worship.”  There was no immediate danger. Rather, I am beginning to collaborate with a religion scholar on a possible research project on church/congregational security. We are in the process of putting together a research proposal, and I wanted … Continue reading

Tom Givens and Rangemaster – Collected Posts on Gun Culture 2.0 Blog
Concealed Carry / My Experience / Personal Defense / Training

Tom Givens and Rangemaster – Collected Posts on Gun Culture 2.0 Blog

As I have done for my posts on the civilian gun training industry, Col. Jeff Cooper/Gunsite, the USCCA Concealed Carry Expo, the NRA Annual Meeting and Exhibits, gun ownership statistics, Rob Pincus, and Gabe Suarez, this page provides convenient access to continually updated links to all my posts about Tom Givens and Rangemaster. Links below … Continue reading