Podcast

  • Episode 221 with Ben Branam

    Here are four news stories of armed defense after dark. Can you defend the people you love?

  • Episode 220 with Amanda Suffecool

    Can you articulate why a 15 year old needed to be shot. Officer, he had a gun pointed at me and he and several other attackers were threatening to kill me. The great news is that she defended herself without firing a shot.

  • Episode 219 with Michael Woodland

    Here are recent examples where gun owners were in a life threatening situation. They protected themselves, their friends, and their co-workers. What would you do in their place?

  • Episode 218 with Robyn Sandoval

    At the end of the day, make sure your holster it returned to a safe. There are three places for your self-defense pistol: your hand, your holster, or your safe.

  • Episode 217 with Tony Simon

    The ex-husband yells that he wants to talk to his wife. Things get heated, and you, the ex wife, and her mom all go outside. The ex husband draws a firearm and starts shooting.

  • Episode 216 with Amanda Suffecool

    What would you do if your spouse or children walked in with you. Are you safer defending them with your gun or in running away?

  • Episode 215 with David Cole

    The customer pulls his gun out of his sweatshirt and says to give him the money. You ask if he’s joking. He pulls a bag out of his pocket and says to put the money in the bag. You empty the cash drawer. As the robber turns away, you grab your gun from under the counter.

  • Episode 214 with Robyn Sandoval

    Don’t look for trouble because you might find it. Tell your roommate to lock his bedroom door and call 911. If you do face two armed men unexpectedly, then address one threat at a time.

  • Episode 213 with Ben Branam

    There will be more than 1 robber about half the time.  This one was pretty average, usually an armed robber, a lookout, and a driver. Always assume there is more than you see.

  • Episode 212 with Elizabeth Hautman

    Only about one in thirty attacks end with the defender having to press the trigger. We see the same thing with the police. Most bad guys stop their attack once the policeman has his hand on his gun.