2015 PDN Training Tour Update #9The 2015 PDN Training Touzr wraps up as Rob Pincus checks in from Colorado. Hear from some of the Training Tour instructors as well.
2015 PDN Training Tour Update #8Rob Pincus is joined by Mike Hughes, on 2015 PDN Training Tour, to discuss the importance of "variability" in training.
2015 PDN Training Tour Update #7Rob Pincus checks in from Oregon as he nears the end of the 2015 PDN Training Tour.
2015 PDN Training Tour Update #6Rob Pincus checks in from the 2015 PDN Training Tour in Colorado as he gets ready for the last leg of the 2015 Tour.
2015 PDN Training Tour Update #5Rob Pincus and Melody Lauer discuss the importance developing a block of training for armed parents of small children.
2015 PDN Training Tour Update #4Rob Pincus checks in from Brownell's Big Springs Range in Iowa and talks about some important training concepts with John Johnston.
Crossbreed Holsters Tour Sponsor OverviewRob Pincus introduces Crossbreed Holsters, a 2015 PDN Training Tour Sponsor.
2015 PDN Training Tour Update #3Rob Pincus checks in from Pennsylvania after making some Training Tour stops New York and New Jersey.
CMMG Tour Sponsor OverviewRob Pincus introduces CMMG, a 2015 PDN Training Tour Sponsor.
Springfield Armory Tour Sponsor OverviewRob Pincus introduces Springfield Armory USA, a 2015 PDN Training Tour Sponsor.
2015 PDN Training Tour Update #2The PDN Training Tour checks in from New England after making a stop at the 2015 NRA Annual Meeting & Exhibits in Nashville.
2015 PDN Training Tour Update #1Rob Pincus has kicked off the 2015 PDN Training Tour in Florida! In this video, he introduces this year’s sponsors and instructors, and talks about the mission of the Training Tour.
2015 PDN Training Tour OverviewThis year’s PDN Training Tour started in late March and will go through mid-August with courses in defensive pistol, rifle, instructor development, emergency medical, knife defense, unarmed defense, home defense and more!
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Tim Surprenant, President of Tasco Security, Inc, discusses the features of safe rooms in houses. Alarm systems provide you with response time, notification from when the alarm goes off to the time that law enforcement responds. It’s important for you and your loved ones to be safe from the time you hear the alarm until… Read more »Watch Now >>
If you’re out in the field hunting or target shooting, on land that you own or have access to, and are permitted to shoot on both sides of fences, they can be used as improvised shooting rests. Before employing one of these rests, be aware of two things. First, do not put hard on hard,… Read more »Watch Now >>
The Benchmade SOCP is a defensive dagger-type knife. It can be used in a downward motion if you’re in close quarters. It can also be drawn in a more traditional grip and used as a forward point coming up into a close-quarters attack while in contact, or driving out, or even slashing and cutting. SOCP… Read more »Watch Now >>
The distortion of the perception of time is an internal reaction that occurs when people have experienced a dynamic critical incident. It is usually referred to as the slowing down of time by people recollecting their memories of a traffic accident, gunfight or other intense situation, sometimes but not always self-defense related. People often recall… Read more »Watch Now >>
Rob Pincus is on the range with a CMMG Mutant MK47, a hybrid rifle that’s part AR and part AK, ready to test it for reliability and accuracy. Reliability is first, because as with any firearm, if it’s not reliable, it’s useless. We need to make sure the gun runs, and that’s been an issue… Read more »Watch Now >>
Preparing for self-defense goes beyond the gun. Call it what you want — intuition, instinct, spidey sense, gut reaction, sixth sense — we all have it, and it’s important to pay attention to it. Kristin Larson, Lead Instructor at Prime Defense, discusses intuition as it relates to women. In fact it’s often called women’s intuition…. Read more »Watch Now >>
Two great things about elbow strikes for self-defense are that the elbows are readily accessible, and you are not limited to one type of motion with them. You can strike up with the elbow, come around and strike from the side with it, or in some circumstances start up high and strike downward. There’s no… Read more »Watch Now >>
Many handgun ready positions exist. Rob Pincus strongly prefers the high compressed ready position. The gun is held in front of the chest above the area the gun moves to when it comes up out of the holster. The gun is also close to the chest, and the shooter’s elbows are at his side so… Read more »Watch Now >>