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  1. Boomstick-Fu Physical Security at itsMost Basic and Brutal Level DefCon 15 Deviant Ollam | Noid | Thorn | Jur1st

  2. Show Of Hands • Gun Owners • Regular Shooters • Used a Firearm Defensively • Considering a Purchase

  3. What This Talk Is About(and what it’s NOT about) • Defensive Firearm Ownership • Hardware Within the Law(sorry full auto modders) • People Within the Law(permits and licenses, i.e. CCW)

  4. Four Rules of Firearm Safety • Always treat a weapon as loaded • Never point in a direction you wouldn’t fire • Be aware of your target and what is beyond • Finger off the trigger until ready to shoot

  5. What’s wrong with this picture?

  6. Why Choose To Own Guns? • It’s not about “Bad Neighborhoods” • Hope for the Best & Prepare for the Worst • The “worst” can get pretty bad on some very rare occasions, no matter where you live(Natural Disasters, Civil Unrest, Mass Hysteria, etc.) • The most restrictive regions (or nations) can have some of the worst violent crime rates.

  7. We Will Discuss… • Weapon Selection • Ammo Selection • Training and Practice • Psychological Considerations • Legal Notes

  8. Weapon Selection • Rifles vs. Shotgun vs. Handgun • Rifles are almost completely off the list

  9. Weapon Selection • Rifles vs. Shotgun vs. Handgun • Rifles are almost completely off the list • Shotguns • Actions, Pros & Cons, Versatility, Reliability • Handguns • Actions, Pros & Cons, Versatility, Reliability

  10. Shotguns • Pump vs. Autoloading vs. Old Style hard to top a good pump action(Remington 870 or Mossberg 500/590)

  11. Shotguns • Pump vs. Autoloading vs. Old Style • Capacity, Versatility, Ease of Use, Handling • Storing Safely & Storing Ready • Accessories (slings, lights, sidesaddles)

  12. Handguns • Revolver vs. Autoloading Pistol

  13. Handguns • Revolver vs. Autoloading Pistol • Revolver • Reliable & Simple • Storing Ready • Pistol • More Rounds • Faster Reloads

  14. Maintenance • No matter what you choose, it will only perform properly if you take care of it • Cleaning after every use • Smithing by professionals • Proper storage

  15. Ammunition • Caliber (not too big, not too small) • 9mm .38 .40 .45 range for handguns • 12 gauge for shotguns • Preventing over-penetration • Hollow points, frangible rounds, shotshells • Less than lethal ammo? (graduated loading) • Legal considerations • Avoiding trouble with prosecution

  16. Less Than Lethal Solutions • Pepper Spray (usually legal, highly effective) • Stun Guns / Tasers (not as legal or effective) • Brass Knuckles / Billy Clubs (often illegal) • Less than Lethal Ammunition • Shotshells (decent and potentially useful) • Pistol Ammo (tricky and potentially problematic) • Check the law… many subtle nuances • CCW changes a lot of things (even knives)

  17. Training and Practice • Don’t just leave your weapon in a closet(or worse, on your person if you’re a CCW holder) • Find a good range near you • Shoot often (how often?) • Repetition and Muscle Memory • Predictability • Handling, Patterning, etc • Does your range allow more? • Drawing, Rapid Fire, Tactical Reloading • Defensive Shooting Courses • Less Than Lethal practice

  18. Psychological Considerations • Mentality of Shooting • Could you take a life? • CCW increases the stakes • Aftermath

  19. Legal Notes • Ownership laws are important to follow • Carry laws are important to follow • Risks of breaking the law • Prosecution / Incarceration • Losing whole collection • Prevention of future ownership • When you can use deadly force • Obligations during and after a shooting

  20. Rules of Firearm Safety Again • Always treat a weapon as loaded • Never point in a direction you wouldn’t fire • Be aware of your target and what is beyond • Finger off the trigger until ready to shoot

  21. Q & A You talkin’ to me? Then speak clearly& into a microphone. Deviant Ollam | Noid | Thorn | Jur1st

  22. Q & A Deviant Ollam | Noid | Thorn | Jur1st

  23. Thank You still have more questions? buy us drinks and come to Q&A room Deviant Ollam | Noid | Thorn | Jur1st