Tag: concealed carry

  • Episode 191 with Andee Reardon O’Brion

    As an adult, it is your duty to protect your children, so I’d like both parents to be armed. If only one of you is armed, then you’re depending on luck.

  • Episode 190 with Elizabeth Hautman

    You get one chance to present your story. If you tell it immediately after the attack, then it will come out in pieces. Your lawyer knows how to put those pieces together, and that keeps you out of trouble.

  • Episode 189 with Jeff Street

    Move as you present your firearm. Shoot your attacker until the threat stops. Move to safety. Call the police, and ask all the witnesses to call the police.

  • Episode 187 with Robyn Sandoval

    Someone was going to the hospital or the morgue. Fortunately, our defender yelled and the attacker saved his own life by stopping the attack.

  • Episode 183 with Andee Reardon O’Brion

    Many people think once they pass the test to get their concealed carry permit, they learned enough. This is not true!

  • 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 169 with Tiffany Johnson

    Give police very basic information. A man pulled a gun and demanded cash, my life was in danger, I had to defend myself. Then I’d assure police that I do intend to cooperate fully, but first I really need medical attention, and I need to speak to my attorney.

  • 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 167 with Jeff Street

    We don’t know what an attacker will look like. It sounds like this defender was armed and carrying on his body. He protected his family. He stopped the thereat and then retreated.

  • 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.