Author: Einherjar

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Newhall Shooting: 50 Years Later

There’s a constant, ever evolving world of tactics and technology, especially for those of us in the line of duty. With the 50th anniversary of the infamous Newhall Incident upon us, I wanted to...

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Hygiene 101

Proper hygiene is a concept that nearly any human being already is aware of, or can be made aware of the benefits. Yet in spite of this, proper information on field hygiene and male...

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Hipster Caliber Double Feature

I was working on a couple caliber posts, but since those both turned out to be relatively short I decided to combine them into one post. 357 Sig: There Is A Point (LuckyGunner Rebuttal)...

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Making A Modern Case For .45

As I’ve mentioned in previous articles, the two calibers I carry on duty are either .45 ACP and 357 Sig. While the .45 has been a long used cartridge with a decorated history, it’s...

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Less Than Lethal Force

The vast majority of assaults don’t turn lethal in America. When the topic of EDC comes up, the part most people inevitably jump to is what kind of gun you carry. Having something in...

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Proper Carry Etiquette

“There’s an etiquette to carrying a gun?” I’ve heard this quite often. And since I’ll be writing a series of articles for TKB covering the basics for newbies, a good place to start would...

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Understanding Bullet Wounds

Ammo selection is an important part of self-defense. Discussing ammunition capacity for tissue disruption is a very common, almost irresistible thing to get into. The adage of “shot placement is king” is mostly true-...