Attention: Concealed Carriers
(or soon to be concealed carriers)
The Complete Practical Guide to The Concealed Carry World From An Instructor Who Has Been There
…This Proven, Fast, And Effective Training Will Teach You, Step-By-Step, The Essential Tools And Tactics To Survive A Deadly Encounter… Even If You’ve Never Fired A Gun!
WELCOME TO THE CONCEALED CARRY WORLD!
More mass killings of innocent people, followed by more calls for “gun control”, followed by a spike in gun sales.
And guess what…
There are more American citizens purchasing and then carrying firearms for personal defense then at any time in the nation’s history. That is a positive.
The negative, if there is one, is…
Many of these new gun owners and carriers have very little education regarding what it expected of them in the ‘gravest extreme’ of a deadly force encounter.
With that we have a media campaign to convince you, the American citizens, that you cannot make a difference and should not even try.
That is nonsense!
I am not going to sit by and let it go unchecked.
We cannot simply buy guns and put them in our pockets hoping to ward off evil spirits.
Every law-abiding American citizen needs to know the facts and understand just what being an “Armed Citizen” is all about.
If you are carrying a gun you absolutely must be confident that you can do it right if called upon to use it.
Look, we all know that the world we live in isn’t as safe and happy go lucky as some would want us to believe, especially now during a time of building turbulence.
You never know when a storm will break out where all that stands between you and certain death is that little bit of plastic and metal by your side.
So why aren’t more people concerned about this?
The Government and media would like us to believe that, unless you’re extremely unlucky, you’re probably never going to run into a real life and death struggle in your entire life.
Whether that’s true or not, it works in their favor, right?
The less people panicking, the easier their jobs will be, and that’s understandable…to a certain degree.
But as a Concealed Carry permit holders (or soon to be), we know it’s not about being scared or paranoid.
In fact, it’s quite the opposite…
We simply want to be prepared for the worst. To protect ourselves, our families and loved ones.
Firearms training is essential, but it will only go so far. In a real gun fight things are radically different.
There are things that a firearms instructor typically doesn’t teach you. Like:
How to pick a gun that's suited for you and can be carried concealed
How to fight under stress and mind-numbing adrenaline
What to do AFTER the fighting is done
How to avoid nasty legal issues should you ever have to draw your gun
The questions is, where will you be and are you ready for it?
And just so you know…
Owning A Gun Does NOT Mean You Can
Use It Safely And Effectively…
I feel so strongly about the information contained in the “Armed Living” DVD that I asked Jarrad to put it on sale, but only for a limited time!
I am not sure how long I will keep this sale going, so take advantage of it NOW.
In this direct stream DVD you will learn about:
WHAT YOU GET:
Choosing A Gun, Holster, And Protective Gear
Why you should NEVER carry a gun "naked" in your pocket, waistband, bag, or purse
How to choose the right gun for YOU (everyone is different, you need to know what type of gun suits YOUR needs)
The best gun to use if you want something light-weight and highly concealable
How to carry a gun without anybody knowing it's there
Why it's essential to have a holster for your gun (especially if you plan on carrying in your pocket)
One big mistake amateur's make when they start carrying (you don't want to do this)
3 basic types of holsters to keep your gun safe and concealed in different environments (everyday carry, shooting range, survival)
How to carry a gun concealed even during summertime (with just a shorts and a shirt)
Popular guns today and why they work well
Why polymer frame pistols work well for concealed carry
Important factors to consider when choosing your gun (there's more to it than size and body frame)
Crucial protection tips when practicing with a live firearm
Why you should take extra care to protect your eyes and ears especially (it sounds obvious, but you'd be surprised how many injuries happen everyday)
The absolute MINIMUM protection you should have when practicing with live firearms
Why electronic ear muffs are invaluable, especially during a training class
The difference between indoor and outdoor training gear
Essential eye protection you should have with your whenever you hit the range
Firearm Training Essentials
4 universal safety rules that apply anywhere you go (at home, on the streets at the range)
One simple rule that will keep your chances of misfiring at zero (it really is that simple…)
Why every single firearm should be loaded in your eyes (HINT: imagine what it would be like in reverse)
2 independent means of verifying a gun is unloaded
Never point your gun at something you aren’t willing to DESTROY or put a bullet through
A quick and easy "bleed" test to guarantee you never point your gun at the wrong place
Why it's crucial to know what is around and BEHIND your target
How to load your gun correctly
How to use "elbow to ribs" trick to load your gun quickly and effectively and minimize mistakes
Where your finger needs to be when securing a magazine for reload
The 4-step draw stroke technique to ensure you correctly draw your gun
How to make sure your gun is pointing straight the moment you draw your gun
What your "support" hand needs to do once your gun is drawn so you can have maximum stability when you fire
One crazy mistake you want to AVOID at all costs when re-holstering your gun
The proper way to press the trigger so you can shoot straight and hit the target
What part of the finger needs to meet the trigger for effective firing
What a "trigger reset" is and why it's important
How to get that "click" of a trigger reset so you can be sure your gun is ready to fire the next round
2 things you need to make sure of AFTER the shooting is done
Where to point the muzzle of your gun when scanning the area (you don't want to point it at your friends or family)
Different scenarios that will help you decide where to keep your gun while you check the area
Why you should be pointing your gun either "up" or "down" after the immediate danger has passed
The Use of Force
2 types of "use of force" that you need to consider the moment you've decided to own and use a gun
What qualifies as "less than lethal" when used as a self-defense weapon
3 examples of self-defense tools that are unlikely to cause death or serious bodily harm
The legal definition of "deadly force" so you know exactly what is and what isn't
Why a baseball bat can also count as deadly use of force
3 examples of deadly force you may have to use or encounter
Why the police baton might only count as less than lethal force
3 critical questions you have to answer in your head before you decide to use "deadly force"
The moment you draw and point your gun at another human being…
…You’re setting yourself up for a future court hearing or trial where you will have to justify your actions
Why you need to consider the other person's ability to do you lethal harm before you can justify your own use of deadly force
Why a simple death threat is NOT enough to justify your actions in the eyes of the court
Why physical distance plays a huge role in determining whether your use of force was justified
One big question you WILL be asked after a deadly force encounter that you NEED to know how to answer
What qualifies as demonstrated intent to do your harm
What you need to do AFTER the fight (it's almost just as important as the fight itself)
The first and most important thing you should do after a gun fight
Why you might not even know you're hurt until it's far too late
Why the only one that should examine your injuries is a doctor (sounds obvious, but a lot of people skip this part)
Why you need to be the FIRST to call 911 (even if you didn't actually shoot)
A real life or death fight might last up to a total of 10 seconds…
…Those 10 seconds of your life will be examined for hours, days, weeks and even months
What you need to do the moment you pull out your firearm and display it in public
How to fight off your own adrenaline and get an accurate picture of the time and your location
Why you should never give a statement of how many rounds you fired (HINT: it could be used against you)
The first thing you should say to the police when they arrive at the scene
3 things the police officer will probably want to know before he's done
Why you need to keep your mouth shut until you get to speak to an attorney
Why you should NEVER try to be your own attorney (just don't…)
Who to call if you don't have an attorney for this type of situation
2 important people to contact BEFORE you ever fire a gun (a little preparation goes a long way)
Deadly Force Myths
Why listening to gun shop or gun show advice can get you into serious trouble (or killed)
What "shoot to wound" means and why it does NOT work
Why a shot to the leg can be ten-times more deadly than a shot to the body
Why you should NEVER fire a "warning shot" just to "scare" the guy
Why the type of gun or weapon you use shouldn't matter
How to get a gun that is "safe" to use
How to avoid getting painted with the "evil gun" or ammo brush
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You Also Get 12 Mins Of Video Feed From A Real “Deadly Force” Scenario
I’m here to show you otherwise and in these 12 minutes of video you will realize how ridiculous the above statement was.
Now, I’m not saying you can survive any dangerous situation just by believing you can. But with the proper training and confidence, you can minimize the chance of falling victim to someone who wants to use deadly force against you.
But like everything in life, that’s a choice you have to make for yourself.
What Our Customers Are Saying
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I’ve watched it twice so far, and I’ll be watching it again. There is so much information to be digested packed into this movie. Great intro to concealed carrying!
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