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Paul Foreman is a retired Deputy Sheriff from Lee County Florida. As a Deputy Sheriff, he served as a Field Training Officer in the Patrol Division. Later, before retiring, Paul was assigned to the Juvenile Division, where he worked as a Truant Officer. He also worked in a program called Alternative to Suspension, a cooperative between the local School Board and the Sheriff’s Department. Available on Kindle, Paul has authored a novel, “Blood Stains in Paradise.” Now living in northern Alabama, with his wife, JoAnn, Paul teaches firearms self-defense classes. Paul is an NRA Certified Pistol Instructor, AHA Certified Instructor in First Aid, CPR & AED. As well as writing for Legally Concealed, Paul also writes Firearms articles for a local bi-weekly paper, “Athens Now.” For firearms training, Paul can be reached through E-Mail at [email protected] or his web site, www.PaulForeman.com

My wife and I were driving home one evening on the interstate. We were talking and laughing while we cruised along towards home. Suddenly, I realized I was about to pass the exit we …

About ten years ago, my wife and I were traveling out west. We left Utah and drove south into Arizona, and turned down a narrow gravel road that took us out into some ranchland. …

Did you ever know something was going to happen, before it happened? Was it some kind of weird ultra sixth sense in your mind predicting what was about to happen? Or, was it your …

Paul Foreman for Legally Concealed This question has come up several times in my Gun Training Classes. It’s a very important question and no, it does not have an easy answer. The question is: …

Almost everyday, I talk to people about getting the proper Gun Training. Probably nine out of ten people give me the same answer, “Oh, I know how to shoot a gun.” I usually then …

As a Firearms Instructor, I require my students to look to each side after firing two or three shots. In a training scenario, this solves two important problems. The first problem is tunnel vision. …

When you see the blue lights come on, pull over when it’s safe to do so. Get out of traffic if possible, but do not keep driving! Do not stop out on the highway, …

As well as writing for this blog, I research and write, on a daily basis, news stories of law abiding citizens, using their Second Amendment right of self defense using a firearm. I do …

This edition, I want to give special attention to the ladies. I have more ladies than men attend my NRA pistol classes. Many ladies have a unique set of problems when selecting a handgun …

Some “anti-gun” people believe that a good guy with a gun would cause more harm that good while trying to stop an armed robbery. They believe innocent people are more likely to be harmed. I …