James G. Hill, an editor for the Detroit Free Press, recently penned a column describing why he carries, the importance of proper training and an incident in which his HK .40 likely saved his skin:
“People buy insurance for their cars or houses, even their pets — usually with the hope that they never have to use it.
People take driver’s training or go to driving school to help them navigate the hazards and bad drivers on the road. They install alarms and locks for added security at home. And they watch over their pets and keep them in their house or yards to keep them out of trouble.
I think the same way about my gun.”
Read the entire piece at FreeP.com.
James G. Hill, an editor for the Detroit Free Press, recently penned a column describing…
by Personal Defense World / Jun 26, 2013