Park City, Kentucky -
For many women, the issue of personal safety is one of paramount importance. Whether that includes carrying a concealed firearm or simply increasing situational awareness, having a plan in place is key in the event that you do become a victim.
Yesterday afternoon, the attendees of the Women's Outdoor Adventure attended a special presentation on personal safety, taught by Rockcastle Shooting Center's primary instructor, Jim Honacker. A blend of NRA's Personal Protection in the Home Course and Refuse To Be A Victim® program, Honacker started by asking the women to think about situations in which they felt vulnerable.
"Maybe it's leaving work late at night or walking to your car alone," said Honacker. "Your 'spidey senses' kick in, the hair on the back of your neck stands up."