Tag: home defense

  • Episode 221 with Ben Branam

    Here are four news stories of armed defense after dark. Can you defend the people you love?

  • Episode 218 with Robyn Sandoval

    At the end of the day, make sure your holster it returned to a safe. There are three places for your self-defense pistol: your hand, your holster, or your safe.

  • Episode 213 with Ben Branam

    There will be more than 1 robber about half the time.  This one was pretty average, usually an armed robber, a lookout, and a driver. Always assume there is more than you see.

  • Episode 211 with Andee Reardon

    She knew she wanted a gun, but maybe she wasn’t taught about holsters and concealed carry. Who comes up to their instructor and says, I want your help getting a good holster and the gun that goes with it? Maybe she wasn’t taught about holsters and concealed carry.

  • Episode 201 with Amanda Suffecool

    We don’t expect to see an armed man shooting at us as we drive down the street. We expect to see someone with a cell phone in his hand, not with a gun pointed at us. I think the biggest thing our defender did correctly is he believed his eyes. Our defender took it seriously.

  • Episode 198 with Andee Reardon O’Brion

    Police are coming into a situation with limited information, you never want to be mistaken for the bad guy.  Make sure the police know who you are, what you look like, if you have a weapon where it is or why you are still holding it. 

  • 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 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 186 with Amanda Suffecool

    Armed citizens defend themselves every day. They also defend other innocent victims. What would you do in a violent attack?