Lock and Load: Ladies Here's how by Nikki Pretorius
Firearms for self-defence are no longer only common place in a man’s world. More and more women are making the decision to own a firearm for self-defence. The process of deciding on the right firearm and applying for a firearm licence can be a daunting one so let’s demystify that for you.
Everyday Carry by Alan Martheze
With previous articles, we went into detail about what should be next to your bed at night, or what should be worn on your belt. In this article, we are going to move our attention outwards somewhat, like moving through the layers of an onion, and talk a little about bags.
Keep it simple and stay alive by James Smart
My last article addressed the approach to training and what should be thought about and done, regardless of the discipline. In this article, we’ll focus on the kind of training, how to focus on street survival and any lurking pitfalls. It’s quite possible that the most critical moment of dealing with an attack is the moment of recognition. That is, the moment when you realise that you are being, or are about to be, attacked.
On a knife edge by Jan Wahl
Factors to take into consideration when purchasing a knife
This is the first in a regular monthly column on knives. In this edition, we showcase a selection of handmade beauties from one of South Africa’s many premier knife makers, Jan Wahl. We acknowledge information of KnifeArt.com ( a US based Knife reseller) in the drafting of this article.
Surviving a Terror Attack
I am sure that everyone who has a passing interest in current events is aware that on the 7th of January 2015 two brothers walked down a street in Paris, into the offices of a magazine and killed 12 people, wounding another 11. The two brothers armed with AK47’s which they obtained despite the fact that France has incredibly strict gun laws which require background checks as stringent as those used by the US Secret Service to vet White house employee’s.