A few days ago, we talked some about the myth of overpenetration with an AR-15 vs. a pistol for home defense and whether you’re better off carrying your gun muzzle-up or muzzle-down in a home defense situation. (If you missed it, you can read it >HERE<)
Today, we’ve got a great video for you, showing both why you were probably taught (correctly) to keep your muzzle pointed at the ground AND why you’re probably better off learning to carry it muzzle-up in a home defense situation.
Muzzle down is a great choice when there is a concern of negligent discharges. It maximizes the safety of those in, above, and beyond where you are shooting.
In a fight for your life, in your home, muzzle up combined with trigger discipline maximizes your ability to safely stop the threat that you and your loved ones are facing.
This was just a couple of minutes from the 10+ hour Home Defense Rifle DVD course. It’s both the most comprehensive home defense course I’ve seen AND the most comprehensive carbine course I’ve seen.
On the home defense side, it goes into tactics to keep your home from being targeted, how to make it take home invaders MINUTES longer to get into your home (giving you additional time to respond), how to create plans that carry over from fire to medical emergencies to home invasions.
On the carbine side…most carbine courses teach you how to shoot the AR-15. That’s great. You’ll learn that. But more importantly, you’ll learn how to FIGHT with the AR-15 and specifically how to fight with it in the context of your home.
Learn more now by clicking >HERE<