after you shoot

A lot of our people are in search of the trendiest personal-defense firearm, the cutting-edge of self-defense ammunition and the newest wrinkle on the concealed-carry holster. And there’s nothing wrong with that. It’s too bad we don’t address the issue of procedures after you shoot, the way we address gear and shooting techniques.

Author Rich Grassi writes, “The first rule is don’t get shot by responding police. Comply with their instructions because they can’t see the ‘halo’ you wear as a licensed good guy; no one can.”

Grassi explains, “The cost of attorneys and the like is prohibitive even if you have a high station in life. Criminal prosecutions can be designed to drain your resources while your opponent, the government, simply prints more money.” Read the full story in the Fall 2014 issue of Personal Home Defense, available on newsstands and digitally on October 15, 2013. To subscribe, go to

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