Friday, October 16, 2015

And This Is Why I Practice Other Arts

If you're being attacked by someone within arm's reach, you don't have a gun, y'all have a gun. It's probably best if it stays in the holster until you've bought enough space to make it just your gun again."


Guffaw in AZ said...

Other arts? Like New York reloads?


ASM826 said...

Arnis, Judo, Jujitsu, Aikido, Boxing, Karate, etc. Take your pick, but be in the best shape you can, with the best training you can acquire.

raven said...

You guys are sophisticates. In the logging towns I frequented as a young guy, the accepted practice seemed to be using pool cues and biting off any anatomical parts sticking out, like ears, noses, etc. Maybe a bad idea with all the blood diseases these days.

ASM826 said...


That works too.

Archer said...

I've heard it put this way (roughly; paraphrasing): In close-distance altercations involving a firearm, it's not "your gun" or "his gun"; it's "THE gun".

Adjust your actions and training accordingly.