Sunday, April 19, 2015

As long as you are breathing

Never give up!

A warrior honored

A just award, induction to the Martial Arts Hall of Fame Norman Hood. Been an honor to train with him in the past, and look forward to more in the future.

Norman Hood retired as a Command Sergeant Major from the US Army after 24 years of service and then spent six years with the Alaska State Troopers before entering Government Security Contract positions. Norm has more than 35 years’ experience in operational law enforcement, training, logistical and support planning for private security companies, military and state police organizations. He is a certified instructor of law enforcement subjects by the Alaska Police Standards Council. He has Extensive “Use of Force” training experience with lethal and less-lethal weapons and 28 plus years conducting rifle, pistol and shotgun training,including Concealed Carry courses as an independent contractor with a private firearms academy in Alaska and as a former adjunct instructor at Blackwater Worldwide, Inc. Norm is a NRA instructor certified in Pistol, Rifle, Shotgun, Refuse to be a Victim, and Chief Range Safety Officer and holds the “NRA Distinguished Expert Pistol” rating. Norm has graduated from the Anchorage Police Department Citizens Academy, the South Bend Citizens Police Academy and the St. Joseph County Citizens Police Academy. Norm is a member of the Church Security Alliance and is an Affiliate Instructor, Armed Citizens Legal Defense Network. He is a member of the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association (ILEETA) and is certified by the State of Indiana as an Emergency Medical Responder, the State of Illinois as a Certified Firearms Instructor, Illinois Concealed Carry Firearms Instructor, UTAH Concealed Firearms Certified Instructor, GLOCK Professional as a GLOCK Armorer, and FEMA as an Active Shooter Responder Trainer. Norm is Shodan, 1st Dan (Black Belt) in Hojutsu-Ryu (the Martial Art of Shooting) and a student of Okinawan Shorin-Ryu karate. His website

He might need a couple of

Classes

A good day to be teaching a Carbine course


Impossible

They have rules, and signs

Saturday, April 18, 2015

Maryland

Dumping Ballistic Image program

Final word on AK vs M16

Well sorta of

Gun Porn

"An inside look"

They Make a lot of

1911's

Insight to History

What soldiers carry

Really it isn't that hard

To carry full size 

I admit to being a dinosaur, I still carry a steel gun, for years it was a Browning HP, in around 2009 I started carrying a 1911 in 9 mm, and currently a commander size with an alloy frame. Now do realize I'm not physically the biggest guy in the room, at 5 foot 3 inches, and around 130-135 lbs, so pardon me if I laugh when you bigger guys say it is to hard to conceal. Although there is part of me considering getting with the times, I really like FN's FNS 9L, and believe it would be a wonderful CCW pistol.

Friday, April 17, 2015

Fight for survivial


Well at least it is Canada

Yeah they are real

45 Auto Banned

In California 

Satire site sorry, but one day it could be real

For Kroger it is simple math

Do something silly and ban guns you lose a bunch  of customers, allow guns you lose a few.

When traveling it pays to do research

You just never know

I had my own close call, in Nashville and I was staying in a $200 a night hotel. Friday evening early still daylight, I took Mags for a walk, dam few places in the city to walk the dog for dog purposes, if you know what I mean. Mags is my German Shepherd in training as a service and companion dog, and she is 10 months old. We had just gotten back to hotel, and as I rounded the corner, I noticed this guy just kind of walking around in the middle of the street, something not sure what it was, but I felt a red flag go up. I proceeded with the dog into the hotel, and was near the elevator, and the guy walked into the lobby, 2nd red flag and just squatted down, and looked around 3rd red flag. then stood up and headed for the exit, but gave me a direct look, and showed a grimace as he went out. The elevator arrived, and we got on, just as the door is closing I see he is back in lobby, and headed directly for the elevator, my hand is under my vest, and I at this point had a firing grip on pistol. I guess luck was with me, as the doors closed at this point and I didn't see him again. I have no idea what he had in mind, but evidently didn't see a half grown GSD an obstacle.

Yes it is that simple

To clear a double feed

I would add "Look" whenever your gun does not go bang when you want it too.

Ammo that is

More accurate than your gun