A set of Principles

a)  there’s no reason to fight a fight that I don’t have to: know the true cost of what I’m fighting for

b)  if fighting, fight as hard as I can as fast as I can: shoot fast, hit first

c)  when fighting always put something between me and the hurt: distance, time, people, structures, etc

d)  while fighting, there’s always someplace better I can be: always work to improve my position

e)  once the fight is over, it’s not over: recognize I’m never done fighting

And now back to the beginning. There’s no reason to fight a fight I don’t have to….

People often mistake the tool for the solution.  For personal security the most tactically advantageous part of an engagement is disengagement.

Taking Ownership


Failing to train IS training to fail.
Liberty Firearms Training


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