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How to Draw and Holster your firearm


Pistol Grip Illustrations - Photos  # 1   # 2

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Tueller Drill


Some Gel Tests Ammunition

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Kenya Mall Attack - NYPD Report

Nassau County DA Report

Hostage Shot By Police - DA Report 

Brandishing - it's unlawful



On Target Articles

Slide Correction Technique


Civil Unrest

Terrorists and Suicide Bombers - are you ready?

Video Attacks References IslamoFascists, Criminals, and Tyrants

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Stopping Power Myths

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CCW Firearms Training Classes

For California Concealed Weapons Permits

Location: Shingletown, California (Shasta County)

Post Shooting Actions and Legal Assistance Considerations


Armed Citizen's Legal Defense Network, LLC

              Armed Citizen's Journal

              The Hickey Case (Discussion by (Shasta Defense copy)


                        Hickey’s mind flashes back to a video clip his CCW instructor showed, in which

                        a Texas police constable is attacked, disarmed and shot by three smaller 

                        assailants during a drug investigation (see Lunsford murder)."

              3 Most Common Post-Shooting Errors

              DECEMBER 2008 - you have the right to remain silent

              Ayoob: Courtroom Defenses for Innocent People

              AUGUST 2010 Interacting with law enforcement

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