Tag: armed clerk

  • 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.

  • Episode 159 with Elizabeth Hautman

    See problems before they happen. Avoid them if you can.. and prepare for them, both at home and at work. Once we've done that, then we can add a firearm as another layer of defense.

  • Episode 158 with David Cole

    An ATM at night is a watering hole for urban predators. They wait there until their next victim comes along. Here is a better idea if you need cash late at night. Go to the grocery store instead.

  • Episode 156 with Ben Branam

    We're at greater risk outside the home than inside. We’re at greater risk at night than during the day. The most dangerous thing you do is walk across the parking lot from the grocery store back to your car late at night.

  • Episode 154 with Tony Simon

    Be professional with the police. Don’t say a lot, but do say this. Point out the bad guy, articulate why he was a deadly threat and reiterate that you had to stop him from killing or seriously wounding you.

  • Episode 153 with Tiffany Johnson

    This story breaks my heart. Four young criminals attacked a family in their home. What should we do?

  • Episode 151 with Jeff Street

    Avoid a gunfight. Jeff and Rob talk about being fast with your mind and slow with a firearm.

  • Episode 150 with Ben Branam

    Here are four stories of armed defense at home, at work, and on the street. These gun owners faced a threat. What should we do in their situation?