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  • 3:18

    Let’s take a first look at the new pistol red-dot sight from Aimpoint, the Acro P-1. Don Edwards of Greenline Tactical has been shooting with it and carrying it every day since he brought it home from the SHOT Show, and he’s ready with his evaluation. SPECIFICATIONS The Acro P-1 is mounted on a Glock…

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  • 2:31

    Although he’s not a fan of replacing a stock handgun trigger, Rob Pincus test fires a pistol with a CMC Triggers Signature Flat Drop-In Trigger. How does it feel and how does it shoot in the pistol with an Alpha Foxtrot Glock Frame? Rob gives his feedback. CMC DROP-IN TRIGGER This is the first handgun…

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  • 4:41

    What are the best pistol sights for old eyes? Rob Pincus stresses that you need to have good sights you can use reliably in a defensive situation. That means those sights need to be able to help you put the bullet where you need it to go very efficiently in the context of defensive firearms…

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  • 2:31

    Although he’s not a fan of replacing a stock handgun trigger, Rob Pincus test fires a pistol with a CMC Triggers Signature Flat Drop-In Trigger. How does it feel and how does it shoot in the pistol with an Alpha Foxtrot Glock Frame? Rob gives his feedback. CMC DROP-IN TRIGGER This is the first handgun…

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  • 12:59

    This detailed video lesson by Todd Fossey of Integrative Defense Strategies is geared toward people who have no training in armed or unarmed ground fighting, up to an intermediate skill level. If that describes you, or if you’d like a new perspective, this video is for you. Weapons-based grappling on the ground has a lot…

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  • 5:32

    Using a standard FBI ballistic gelatin block, Rob Pincus tests the Winchester Defender 20-Gauge 2¾” Segmented Slug to evaluate its suitability as a defensive round. ADVANTAGES OF 20-GAUGE SHOTGUNS Rob prefers the 20-gauge shotgun to the 12-gauge for home defense or any building, workplace or other area where a security officer may have a shotgun…

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  • 4:41

    What are the best pistol sights for old eyes? Rob Pincus stresses that you need to have good sights you can use reliably in a defensive situation. That means those sights need to be able to help you put the bullet where you need it to go very efficiently in the context of defensive firearms…

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  • 12:59

    This detailed video lesson by Todd Fossey of Integrative Defense Strategies is geared toward people who have no training in armed or unarmed ground fighting, up to an intermediate skill level. If that describes you, or if you’d like a new perspective, this video is for you. Weapons-based grappling on the ground has a lot…

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  • 4:02

    Many people worry that their 5.56mm or .223 AR pistol or short-barreled rifle doesn’t have enough terminal performance to stop a threat. Rob Pincus offers some insights into this concern and backs it up with gel testing. BACKGROUND One reason shooters thinking about home defense, or law-enforcement or private security professionals equipped with SBRs have…

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  • 3:44

    Rob Pincus has a Vang Comp customized Remington 870 in 20-gauge as one of his home-defense shotguns. He explains why he recommends this setup. WHY 20-GAUGE? Why does Rob recommend 20-gauge instead of 12-gauge for home-defense shotguns? If you choose a shotgun as one of your home-defense weapons, you’re putting yourself into a low-capacity, heavy-recoil…

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  • 2:45

    How do you practice low-light techniques if you don’t have access to a range that allows you to shoot after dark or your indoor range doesn’t let you turn off the lights? Fortunately you don’t need to be in the dark to practice some of the most common low-light techniques, such as handheld flashlight techniques.…

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  • 3:33

    If you don’t carry a firearm when inside your home, you may want to stage a home defense firearm near the entryway. What should you do if you hear a potential lethal threat trying to gain access through your front (or rear) door? Make Sure It’s a Threat Someone ringing the doorbell in the middle…

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