John Johnston: No One Needs a Gun Until They Do – Reblog

Here is an incredible perspective about the uses and limitations of carrying a firearm for self-defense. Part of any self-defense system is knowing the tools you plan to use and knowing when they are appropriate for the situation. David and John articulate both well.

Gun Culture 2.0

For the third consecutive year, John Johnston of Ballistic Radio and Citizens Defense Research guest lectured in my Sociology of Guns Seminar at Wake Forest University last week.

Here I want to briefly summarize the ideas he shared with my students, while respecting the fact that the session itself was not for public consumption.

(NOTE: In order to provide an environment in which everyone feels comfortable sharing their ideas, no outside observers are allowed in the class and no recording of it is made public. Although there is a clear trade-off in keeping the information private, John mentioned after the session that there were things he was able to share that he might not otherwise because the session was not public.)

John Johnston guest lecturing in Sociology of Guns via Zoom, October 2020.

I invite John to my class because he is one of the most sophisticated thinkers I know…

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