Some people just don’t get it. They will accuse people who carry; who are always training; who have developed the “be prepared-for-anything” way of life as walking around in fear all the time. Opinions of the general public vary widely.
When The Prepared Lifestyle Crosses the Line
Having a prepared lifestyle represents much more than carrying a gun, whether concealed or open. It’s much more than thinking something bad is going to happen “all the time”. It involves a mindset. It involves 4 key factors that will literally release confidence – not fear. Here’s a great dialogue on this topic.
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