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From: EJ Owens, Legally Concealed | Professional Firearms Instructor

Former U.S. Army Infantry Officer, former U.S. Army Hand-to-Hand Combatives Instructor, a Close Quarters Battle Instructor, former DoD Contractor for the Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force and has assisted in the development of over 300 hours of various small arms trainings specifically for use by the U.S. military and for units under the direction of U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) including: U.S. Navy SEAL's, U.S. Army Special Forces, U.S. Army Rangers, U.S. Marine Corps Special Operations Command and U.S. Air Force Pararescue
Dear 2nd Amendment Supporter,

If all you care about is your shooting grips, stances, gun selection and situational tactics, please leave now.

I'm here to talk to the people who want to use their master blaster for shooting at more than just paper targets.

Mindset and training are as important as the grips, the gun, and the tactics. You truly don't know how you're going to react until you're thrown in that situation...and if you're lucky you've done some force-on-force training to understand the adrenaline dump, tunnel vision and auditory exclusion.

Most people only ask me questions about . Rarely, however, do people ask about the before or after mindset of a violent encounter. Nor do they show interest in the training required to be successful in those situations. Both mindset and training are as important as the grips, the gun, and the tactics.

I try, in every case, to give my elevator speech about the “why” as it applies to the “do” portion of their question. With many people I encounter there tends to be a hint of ADHD that pokes its ugly head up during these conversations because the answer being offered to them is not so much a matter of fact as it is a matter of context. 
I can answer your “do” questions, telling you “Do be sure you get this type of grip” or “Do make sure you use this type of holster and not that one”, and call it a day. But, as with others, I would do you a great disservice by not sharing my elevator speech laying out the “why” and the “how” of an encounter. Some couldn’t care less about this, the context of the encounter, because they envision the perfect scenario and train for it in the same predictable manner. Of course, their scenario always ends with the bad guy dying and the good guy (them) basking in victory. Others don’t bask, they blink like deer in the headlights. They have that blank stare that lets me know they haven’t a clue about the real world scenarios I describe. 

I find it so interesting that some gun owners are content with conversation topics about tactics and gear. These are the same people that give no thought as to whom they might fight with their tactics and gear, nor do they give any thought as to the attacker’s motives or the extremes to which the attacker will go to ensure their anticipated outcome actually happens. 

In this book is my elevator speech—everything I want to say to those people and you! This is me telling you who you are up against so that you can practice, train, and prepare just in case you should find yourself in a deadly encounter one day. I lay out for you what evil is, how it drives the violent criminal, what can make you an easy target, and so much more. I also describe how you are going to feel emotionally should you take a life. I help you deal with it even before it happens. These are topics that are not the hot topics at work or at parties, but, nonetheless, they need to be discussed whether you carry a weapon or not. One violent encounter will change your world or end it...forever. 

It would not be possible to share insight into the violent criminal or feelings that will likely arise after an encounter without sharing a piece of me. In this book, I define for you what I stand for and what I will die for. There will be no question in your mind about me. You will need to do the same. If I were sitting right there with you, our conversation would flow pretty much like this book. So as you read it, hear me, talk back to me, argue with me, learn from me. With this book in your hands it is as though I was there with you. 

I wrote the chapter titled A Hero’s Death just for you. I can’t express how emotional this chapter was for me as it sets forth who I am and whom I continually strive to be. To see these words on a page sharing my deepest heart-felt feelings and mind-based commitments is truly emotional. So, if when you read this, you happen to shed a few tears like I did when I wrote it, you’re fine! Just quickly dry them before someone sees you. 

I hope that after you finish this book you will pass it on to your friends and encourage them to read it as well. Then, compare notes and see how it made them feel. Let me know about it. You can email me at I, personally, will respond to you. 

Let me close with this: What is in this book is what I share with all my students. I have even more that I discuss with my friends. I hope that we will meet one day soon and continue this conversation in person. 

Until then, Stay Alert and Practice Often!
Paul Markel from Student Of The Gun talks about Counter Violence:
A Letter Sent In To EJ Owens

I have been meaning to write to you for sometime but time is a precious commodity anymore and seldom do I get a chance to even send a email out. I was lucky enough to be loaned a copy of Counter Violence recently and I poured through it. It is a tremendous resource and you did an outstanding job on it. So much of what I find inside was a reassurance of my own values and beliefs. I sell firearms with a good friend, he is more like a father in fact and we never sell a weapon with out trying to instill in our customers “don’t become a victim”, “Be vigil at all times”

Your book has re-invigorated my own desire to learn more and share more of what I’ve learned. I’ve been fortunate enough to have some excellent training by our local police officers and some former Rangers who put on a terrific pistol course.

I’ve shared your book and website with more than half a dozen people in my life and hope they use it well. It is a great resource to have.

Thank you so much for sharing and thank you for your service to this country.

God bless you and yours and be safe,
Kelly K.
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