5 Things You Should Never Do When Carrying Concealed - TheFireArmGuy
Published on Feb 2, 2017
Here are "5 Things You Should Never Do When Carrying Concealed." There are many more but these five things are the bad CCW habits that have been on my mind.
Inside the Mind of a Thief : Allen Police Department Exclusive Interview
Published on Dec 8, 2015
For over 20 years Michael Shayne Durden has burglarized hundreds of homes across Collin and Dallas County. He has spent his life learning how to break in to homes to find and steal thousands of dollars worth of possessions. He was getting away with it until the Allen Police Department in cooperation with the Plano Police Department caught him. He is facing 20 to 30 years in jail.
Confessions of a Burglar Video ABC News
Published on Jun 26, 2013
A former burglar provides information on how he would target prospective homes to burglarize, and the methods he used to gain access and steal possessions.
There is a home break in every 15 seconds. Be prepared. 4 tips to spoil burglary attempts.
A camera security system is a plus—just make sure it is armed when you are out of your home Don’t blab about your vacation on facebook or social media Stash your valuables (jewelry and bling) in a plain old shoebox and store it in your kid’s room Store your computer and phone power cords separately from the item they support
Gun Safety Tip
Gun Tip--Kids and guns
The best way to make sure your children are safe around guns is to train them.
By Gun Owners of America Published on Aug 18, 2016
Over 90% of public mass shooters commit their acts of violence in Gun Free Zones.(*) And while the national media frequently covers these tragic stories, they rarely cover the overwhelming number of examples where armed citizens use guns to protect themselves and others.
President Obama commissioned the Centers for Disease Control to study gun violence in 2013, and Slate reported on the findings in their article, “Rethinking Gun Control: Surprising findings from a comprehensive report on gun violence.” Slate revealed that, according to the CDC, “defensive gun uses by victims are at least as common as offensive uses by criminals, with estimates of annual uses ranging from about 500,000 to more than 3 million per year.” When one compares these figures to the 30,000 yearly U.S. gun deaths (most of which are via suicide), one sees that guns are used 16 to 100 times more often to save life than take life. Slate article: http://slate.me/KtPvBo