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  • Episode 205 with Tony Simon

    Rob- Introduction-  Welcome to episode 205 of Self-Defense Gun Stories. We’re glad you found us, and that’s true if you’re well trained and if you’re new to self defense. I’m […]

  • Episode 203 with David Cole

    A lesson here is that you CAN miss even at very close range. So practice shooting a handgun at close quarters. Remember to put your support hand to your chest every time.

  • 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 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 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 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 181 with David Cole

    Consider if your choice of carry gun is appropriate. A 5-shot snub nose revolver might be convenient to carry, but what about in a scenario like this? Five shots versus four attackers is a really tough problem.

  • 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?

  • Episode 162 with Tony Simon

    Practice so you know how much time you need to present your firearm and how much time you need to shoot accurately. That way you’ll recognize when you have an opportunity to save your life.

  • Episode 154 with Tony Simon

    Be professional with the police. Don’t say a lot, but do say this. Point out the bad guy, articulate why he was a deadly threat and reiterate that you had to stop him from killing or seriously wounding you.