Tag: armed clerk

  • Episode 196 with David Cole

    Your body follows your mind. You will only do what you’ve considered beforehand. You want to consider when you should act, and when you should let a teenage kid run out of the store without paying for a bag of chips.

  • Episode 188 with David Cole

    Three of your attackers are suspected of several burglaries in the area. The survivors are charged with felony burglary, felony murder, and tampering with evidence when they tried to hide your attacker’s gun.

  • Episode 184 with Tony Simon

    These attackers already showed us that they would hurt people. This time they brought a firearm. Maybe they were going to shoot the kid as he ran out of his burning house. I’m glad our defender was armed. He protected himself and his family.

  • 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 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 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.

  • Episode 173 with David Cole

    It is harder to defend against multiple attackers.. and two defenders are harder to control than just one. If both defenders are armed, the robbers’ problem just got tougher.

  • 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 162 with Tony Simon

    Practice so you know how much time you need to present your firearm and how much time you need to shoot accurately. That way you’ll recognize when you have an opportunity to save your life.

  • 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.