Are homeless people harmless? Many people might think that these “poor” people are just “down on their luck”. Reality dictates that is not necessarily the case. We have not one, but two recent incidents to discuss during our SOTG Homeroom from Crossbreed Holsters.

During our Brownells Bullet Points, we will consider some critical or at least important gear choices that you should consider before attending a firearms training course. 

Also, we will continue with our debrief and after-action from John Farnam’s Urban Rifle training course. We have student graduates in the studio with us to tell us what lessons they learned. 

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You’re a Beginner Once, a Student For Life!


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SOURCES

From fox17.com:

A man was stabbed while walking his dog Downtown when he told a panhandler he didn’t have a dollar.

Metro Police said the victim was walking in a dog park on First Avenue South early Friday when he was approached by a panhandler.

The suspect asked the victim for a dollar, but he said he didn’t have any cash on him. At that point, the panhandler pulled out a box cutter and slashed at the man’s chest.

The suspect fled on foot, but police said they had a description and were searching for him.

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From www.sltrib.com:

A stabbing inside one of the busiest Maverik stations in Salt Lake City killed one man and injured a second person early Wednesday.

Maverik Vice President David Hancock issued a statement Wednesday confirming an employee died at its store at the corner of 1300 South and Main Street.

“It is with great sadness that Maverik had a valued member of our team killed last night at our store,” the statement said. “Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends at this difficult time.

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