Tag: concealed carry

  • 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.

  • 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 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. 

  • 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?

  • Episode 149 with Elizabeth Hautman

    Here are four new stories from last week's news. Can you stop mass murder or save your children. Can you save your dad without firing a shot? Let's see what we can learn.

  • Episode 148 with David Cole

    Rob and David cover four new stories, two of them where no shot were fired. Can you help your neighbor on the street, or at three in the morning?