Tag: armed female

  • 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 194 with Ben Branam

    Tourniquets are easy to use, easy to carry, cheap insurance, if you need one, you really need one! They are easy to use and save lives.

  • 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 192 with Tony Simon

    An intruder is attacking your loved one. Have you practiced short distance self-defense?

  • 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 182 with Jeff Street

    I want our defender to move. Move as you get out of the car. Move as you present your firearm. Move as you shoot, and then move as you assess to see if you have to shoot some more.

  • Episode 171 with Ben Branam

    I'm so glad this mom was armed. She saved her husband and her daughter.

  • Episode 165 with David Cole

    You don’t need five guys to snatch a purse. They may well have had plans to do much more. They were probably going to take her car.. or to take her.

  • Episode 163 with Ben Branam

    As soon as you can, call the police. That 911 call makes a permanent record that you were there. That call means you were responding to an attack rather than brandishing your firearm in public.

  • 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.