Podcast

  • Episode 183 with Andee Reardon O’Brion

    Many people think once they pass the test to get their concealed carry permit, they learned enough. This is not true!

  • Episode 182 with Jeff Street

    I want our defender to move. Move as you get out of the car. Move as you present your firearm. Move as you shoot, and then move as you assess to see if you have to shoot some more.

  • Episode 181 with David Cole

    Consider if your choice of carry gun is appropriate. A 5-shot snub nose revolver might be convenient to carry, but what about in a scenario like this? Five shots versus four attackers is a really tough problem.

  • Episode 180 with Elizabeth Hautman

    Right now, you are on a drug induced rollercoaster ride, and the drug is called adrenaline. You have this huge urge to run away and also to be with friends and tell them what happened. It will take a couple of nights for you to come down from the adrenaline and be back to normal.

  • Episode 179 with Ben Branam

    You and your fiance are home on a Saturday night. You hear something going on in the back of your apartment. You see two young men smashing their way into your screened porch. One of them is armed.

  • Episode 178 with Amanda Suffecool

    Some churches are willing to take up arms, while others want to train in a less than lethal manner.  I don’t judge, but instead offer assistance to get them the training they are willing to absorb and practice. 

  • Episode 177 with Andee Reardon O’Brion

    Nighttime works against us, and it can work for us too. It is harder for the bad guys to know where you are as you take a few steps to the side. It is harder for the bad guy to recognize that you’re reaching for your gun.

  • Episode 176 with Tony Simon

    Right now you are under the influence of a brain altering chemical called adrenaline. That means you have no idea what happened or what you’re saying.

  • Episode 175 with Jeff Street

    We’re here to learn. Most gunshot wounds are survivable. The survival rate goes up if we get treated quickly. Do you know how to save your wife’s life, and does she know how to save yours?

  • Episode 174 with Elizabeth Hautman

    Don’t assume that you have to put your life at risk to save other adults. They are responsible for their safety, and it was their choice to be unarmed victims.