Understanding Predator Psychopaths

The word “psychopath” can be first found in the mid 19th Century. It is derived from the Greek language in the words “psyche” and “pathos”, which mean “sick mind” or “suffering soul.” If you ask, “what is a psychopath” you will probably hear answer along these lines. They are loners. They have no souls. They have no empathy for people. They prey on the weak. They don’t mix well with others. Yet, many psychopaths live intertwined within our lives. A psychopath can be a close friend, boss, or even a spouse. Psychopaths are people whose only goal is to take advantage of others; they have no empathy, remorse, or feelings for their victims.

Deadly Force – Chapter 6 cont.

This edition of Deadly Force will finish up this chapter on personal protection options. We will discuss holsters, ammunition and sights. There are a few things to consider when selecting …

Shotguns as Lethal Firearms

Firearms have been around a long time. In the late 15th century the Ottoman Empire used firearms as part of its regular infantry. There are roughly 400,000,000 guns in the …

Self Defense or Murder?

When one of our members posts a video, it is on hold pending approval. Often, moderators will discuss the content of a video to determine if it is relevant to …

Use of Deadly Force Chapter 5

Sheep, Wolf, or Sheepdog? In his book “On Combat”, Lt. Col. Dave Grossman cuts to the heart of the following question. Are you a Sheep, Wolf, or Sheepdog? According to …