Tag: Andee Reardon

  • Episode 168 with Andee Reardon O’Brion

    We don’t have a gun problem in the USA, we have a domestic violence problem. Thankfully, our defender had a gun at home. He tried to stop a kidnapping.

  • Episode 161 with Andee Reardon O’Brion

    If I saw a robbery in process, I would get to a safe area and be a good witness. If the robber started to approach me and they pointed guns at me, I would quickly look for cover. It’s a lot harder to shoot someone behind a dumpster or wall.

  • Episode 152 with Andee Reardon O’Brion

    When should you use a firearm in self-defense? What should you say when the police arrive? Lots to learn.

  • Episode 147 with Andee Reardon O’Brion

    Rob and Andee cover four new stories, including examples of online sales gone wrong. Please meet at the police station to buy/sell/trade. (19 minutes)

  • Episode 137 with Andee Reardon

    Are you prepared to protect yourself and your family at home, at work, and on the street? What would you do in these four situations? (23 minute podcast)

  • Episode 125 with Andee Reardon

    Can you defend yourself and your customers at work? What should you do when the police arrive? We discuss four new examples of armed defense. (23 minute audio)

  • Episode 118 with Andee Reardon

    Are you armed at home and at work? Firearms instructor Andee Reardon brings us three new self-defense stories. (13 minute audio podcast)

  • Episode 110 with Andee Reardon

    Can you protect yourself at home, at work, and on the street? Firearms instructor Andee Reardon brings us three news stories of armed civilians who protected themselves.. and those they love. (14 minute audio podcast)

  • Episode 101 with Andee Reardon

    Can you defend yourself at home? Firearms instructor Andee Reardon brings us three news stories of armed civilians who protected themselves and those they love. (15 minute audio podcast)

  • Episode 94 with Andee Reardon

    Instructor Andee Reardon joins Rob this week with three new self-defense stories. Were these gun owners lucky, or were they armed with tools and training? What would you do in their situation? (17 minute audio)