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  • Episode 211 with Andee Reardon

    She knew she wanted a gun, but maybe she wasn’t taught about holsters and concealed carry. Who comes up to their instructor and says, I want your help getting a good holster and the gun that goes with it? Maybe she wasn’t taught about holsters and concealed carry.

  • Episode 210 with Tony Simon

    Sorry for the bad audio quality. I didn’t have time to re-record before the hurricane.

  • Episode 209 with David Cole

    Be prepared to be ordered to drop your gun and to be handcuffed until officers can figure out what’s going on. Be cooperative and follow their directions.

  • Delayed by Hurricane Laura

    I was in the direct path of hurricane Laura. We rode out the storm huddled in our bathroom. My family came through it in good health. The house sustained minor […]

  • Episode 208 with Ben Branam

    Rob- Introduction- Welcome to episode 208 of Self-Defense Gun Stories. We’re glad you found us if you’re well trained and also if you’re new to self-defense. I’m Rob Morse and […]

  • Episode 207 with Amanda Suffecool

    I was taught to grab the attacker, so that if he moves, I’ll move with him. That response of moving toward a fight is hard to invent if you’ve never thought about it before.

  • Episode 206 with Andee Reardon O’Brion

    You’re at home in your bedroom when you hear a noise coming down the hall. You turn to see your ex- boyfriend walking through your bedroom door. He threatened you before, and you have a restraining order against him.

  • Episode 205 with Tony Simon

    Rob- Introduction-  Welcome to episode 205 of Self-Defense Gun Stories. We’re glad you found us, and that’s true if you’re well trained and if you’re new to self defense. I’m […]

  • Episode 204 with Robyn Sandoval

    Men and women, at home and on the street, these gun owners faced a lethal threat. How will you defend the people you love?

  • Episode 203 with David Cole

    A lesson here is that you CAN miss even at very close range. So practice shooting a handgun at close quarters. Remember to put your support hand to your chest every time.