It’s that time, the time to consider winter training. Are you ready to put on multiple layers and go outside in the snow? 

For our Brownells Bullet Points we consider the difference between training ammunition and “the good stuff”.  Does it really make a difference for self-defense? 

Also, during our SOTG Homeroom from CrossBreed Holsters, we will discuss how much ammunition you should carry for self-defense. Do you get penalized for having rounds left over when the fight ends? 

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Seven Nashville, Tennessee, police officers have been placed on administrative duty as part of their department’s investigation into the leak of “manifesto” writings left by the shooter who killed six people at a Christian grade school earlier this year.

The Metropolitan Nashville Police Department (MNPD) said in a brief statement on Wednesday that the officers’ administrative assignments were “absolutely non-punitive” and were ordered “to protect the integrity of the active, progressing investigation.”

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Zachary Markel, affectionately known as the Shipping Ogre, is an intricate member of the Student of the Gun team. Zachary co-hosts the radio show, publishes the material for public consumption and produces Morning Mindset with Paul G. Markel. As the Shipping Ogre, Zach oversees the SOTG Gear store. He ensures that every package he touches is handled with care.