I've said it before, and I'll say it again. I don't understand the concept of a sheepdog when it's all about toting a loaded handgun and being more or less willing to kill someone on another's behalf.
That gun-centric view of sheepdogginess is silly. If you aren't volunteering and donating to charity, helping out the elderly, and mentoring the young, how can you perceive of yourself as a "sheep dog" simply for legally carrying a firearm?
Carrying a loaded gun doesn't make someone a sheepdog any more than standing in the garage makes them a Ferrari.
In a gun-centric view, I think it can be a dangerous perspective.
I did watch Nutnfancy's AR-15 versus AK-47 video series. I got some good information from it, but the guy seems to prefer to say 5000 words when 50 would do.