Book Review: Armed Response
By David Kenik
Overall a Excellent read main problem why it didnt get a 5 :toilet: Rating is that sometimes i had to sit and think where in the heck is he going with this train of writing and i never figured it out and there is a lot of misspelling not his fault but still.
There are 31 chapters in the book and there short 1-4 pages print is decent sized so your not squinting. The book is set up more for The relative new concealed carry than those who've done it awhile.
He covers good point what kind of training what to expect if you are involved in a shooting he doesnt candy coat it.
He is pretty blunt and tells ya dont expect the police to protect you which is abotu the first one i have seen do this as of late.
Also covers things like you mind set can you take a life are you comfortable with your carry gun and training.
There is some Be the bullet Zen but not a lot also cover safe handling holsters beyond the basics gun handling and different trigger types
Wheelies Vs Semi auto's not to much on caliber wars..
There is also a chapter Draw to win which i think is a good chapter and read it couple times.
Covers the relaod and doesnt advise a tactile reload which seems to be the hot topic lately
Covers bullet selection stopping power and more traiining and keeping it real training..
A great Chapter is After the confrontation What next??
Covers what to do with your robber/rapeist after you have them unarmed shot or not .
Covers BUG's and other carry items safe storage and what he thinks of gun control..
Im not going into super detail becuse if i did i might as well type the whole book.
All in all a excellent read some ideals and other items i had'nt thought of.
Worth the Read for old hands and new alike.
Only other dislike is i would have like to see it a bit longer but since he uses a no BS No fluff Writing style this is ok ..