Shooting in the dark is difficult and stressful, but it is also something you may be forced to do in order to save your life. Professor Paul weighs in and discusses some of the unique challenges associated with using your gun in low light.
Good guys can and do bleed. You are many more times likely to need medical gear and training than a firearm. How many of you carry a gun habitually, but have deliberately overlooked traumatic medical training or gear? During this episode, we will discuss both.
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