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ABOUT EJ OWENS EJ Owens proudly served his country for 14 years in the U.S. Army and Army National Guard, as an enlisted combat medic (91W) and a commissioned officer [Infantry – 11A]. EJ is a U.S. Army Hand-to-Hand Combatives Instructor, a Close Quarters Battle Instructor, and was selected for Executive Protection duties for various government officials during war time.
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  1. Unfortunately Ohio State has a no guns policy. Unfortunately there are a lot of cup cakes in college now a day. Just like with the shooter in Florida in the night club. If enough of the people around him would have grabbed whatever they had on hand be it a book bag, purse, rock or their body and rushed this guy he may not have had to die. Kudos to the officer that smoked this fool, but there are way too many people out there living in the white zone! Completely oblivious to what is going on around them. I always carry multiple options to neutralize a threat from pepper spray all the way up to a gun. Whatever I am allowed to carry at the time I will carry, but my most lethal weapon is my mind and the ability to put this body of mine in action if the situation ever presents itself.

  2. Thanks EJ, very informative. I catch myself quite often not paying attention when I'm out and about. I must tel you this, I've been debating and I hate to, but I must. My wife has been bed bound for a year and a half+ and stay alert and practice often? Brother, I don't get to practice at all. I wanna shoot my guns so bad I can taste it,but I haven't even found a place yet where I can go to shoot where I live let alone actually doing it. I must get something worked out as the time I have spent watching your videos has really let me know the immense importance of actually taking aim and pulling the trigger in numerous scenarios. I have received much head knowledge from you about angles and moving about in the house and especially mindset. I know the one night I thought someone was in my house taught me how much I need to ponder on mindset. I knew I was probably gonna have to shoot some one and for a few seconds I couldn't hardly breath. That was scary, but when I got to the kitchen it was a boiled egg that had popped as all the water had boiled out and I had forgotten about them. All that is embarrassing to share,but I must be honest. Thanks for all your help. you're a good man EJ. Keep up the good work....God bless!!
    Jimmy

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