Tag: armed shop owner

  • Episode 247 with Robyn Sandoval

    Robyn Sandoval brings us four new stories. These armed citizens defended their family, their friends, and their customers.

  • Episode 242 with Amanda Suffecool

    These honest citizens defended themselves successfully because they were armed in their car, in public, at home, and at work.

  • Episode 215 with David Cole

    The customer pulls his gun out of his sweatshirt and says to give him the money. You ask if he’s joking. He pulls a bag out of his pocket and says to put the money in the bag. You empty the cash drawer. As the robber turns away, you grab your gun from under the counter.

  • Episode 200 with Ben Branam

    It usually takes more time making the decision about what to do than pressing the trigger. Knowing what you should do, and what you can do means you need very little attention for accuracy and speed.

  • Episode 199 with Tony Simon

    Most robbers run when they see their victim is armed. That is called deterrence, and more armed defenders deter more attackers.

  • 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 177 with Andee Reardon O’Brion

    Nighttime works against us, and it can work for us too. It is harder for the bad guys to know where you are as you take a few steps to the side. It is harder for the bad guy to recognize that you’re reaching for your gun.

  • 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 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 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?