Tag: Amanda Suffecool

  • 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 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 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 201 with Amanda Suffecool

    We don’t expect to see an armed man shooting at us as we drive down the street. We expect to see someone with a cell phone in his hand, not with a gun pointed at us. I think the biggest thing our defender did correctly is he believed his eyes. Our defender took it seriously.

  • Episode 193 with Amanda Suffecool

    Again, we usually expect an attack to happen at close range. This sounds like the attacker shot from many yards away, and the defender was effective in shooting back. These defenders had to defend at a distance.

  • Episode 186 with Amanda Suffecool

    Armed citizens defend themselves every day. They also defend other innocent victims. What would you do in a violent attack?

  • 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 172 with Amanda Suffecool

    These gun owners defended family and co-workers. If you plan to protect other people, then shouldn't they be part of the plan?

  • Episode 164 with Amanda Suffecool

    This clerk had about 2 and a half seconds from the time the bad guy presenting a gun until the defense was over. I can’t say my own name that fast.

  • Episode 157 with Amanda Suffecool

    Think about it - she needed her defensive tools where she could use them immediately. She didn’t have time to wait for the police, or to get her gun from the trunk of the car, or from a purse or backpack in the back seat.