Background: MARCUM DEFENSE created/submitted a CCDW course outline to be approved to offer to applicants.
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Youtube Channel "Survival Life" presents their opinion on the best carry gun, the Glock 19.
Great info on air-travel with a firearm from Personal Defense Network.
This is a list that any responsible firearm owner/instructor will give you. If an instructor doesn't have a similar list, find another instructor.
1. Treat ALL firearms as if they were loaded.
Always inspect the weapon before handling it. Even if the person handing it over swears its clear.
2. Point firearms in a safe direction.
Never point a firearm at something you are not willing to destroy.
3. Never place your finger on the trigger until you are on target.
Thanks to movies, and irresponsible trainers, many have learned to draw a firearm with the finger on the trigger. THIS IS WRONG, AND A BAD HABIT TO BREAK.
4. Know your target and what is beyond it.
Just because you can't see anything a few feet beyond your target, doesn't mean that it is safe to shoot. ALWAYS check before shooting.
Bottom Line: Practice firearm safety, ALWAYS.
We've all heard both sides of the concealed carry argument, right? Should I carry with a round in the chamber, or not... Check out this video from Personal Defense Network:
Below is a handout from the Dept. of Criminal Justice Training website, linked to the right of this page, regarding KY CCDW.
Ryan Marcum, is the Owner of MARCUM DEFENSE, LLC. Marcum holds certifications for KY CCDW, and NRA. Marcum is a member of the Association of CCDW Instructors and Trainers of Kentucky. Marcum has a US ARMY background and is currently serving in the US ARMY RESERVES.
The videos we post are not our own. We post videos that we like and provide good/safe advice for responsible individuals.
MARCUM DEFENSE, LLC represents the views and messages of MARCUM DEFENSE, LLC, does not necessarily represent the views of my current commanders, nor the U.S. Army. The views and information put out regarding concealment of a deadly weapon should be vetted through your state and local governments.