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First-Time Gun Buyer: Test Driving Defensive Firearms
Before buying a defensive firearm especially if you are a first-time gun buyer, give it a trial run at the range if possible. The dual purposes of this test drive are to ensure the gun’s functioning and to confirm that it’s suitable for you personally. This is especially important if you’re a first-time gun buyer. Rob Pincus demonstrates all the steps he takes during this process and shows what you want to see during testing and what should raise a red flag. 5 minutesDownload
Concealed Carry Methods: Weak Hand Presentation
There are many concealed carry methods but one advantage of appendix carry is that the firearm can be conveniently accessed with the weak hand. How does that presentation work? Rob shows various ways to present the gun with the weak hand, depending on the particular circumstances you may be in. Movements are shown in slow motion, repeated, then shown in real time. Rob also explains the safety reasons why he doesn’t like to train weak-hand presentation with a loaded firearm. This is just one of many concealed carry methods. 6 minutesDownload
Home Invasion Defense: Immediate Action Plan
Don’t be caught off-guard! Rob Pincus presents some key ideas for dealing with a home invasion. Have a plan, discuss it with your family members, and rehearse it a few different ways. Topics covered include initial movements, locating a phone and calling 911, assembling in a predetermined area of the home, and staging and accessing firearms.
Concealed Carry for Cold Weather
Dressing for cold weather brings its own specific challenges for concealed carry. When wearing gloves, a heavy coat and two or three layers under it, our usual method of IWB or OWB carry may not be the best choice. Rob Pincus advocates carrying a pistol in a concealed carry pocket holster and placing it in an outer pocket of the heavy jacket. He also favors removing the glove before accessing the firearm, and demonstrates the most efficient presentation with this setup.
Extreme Close Quarters Rifle Training
For many people, defensive use of a rifle will most likely occur inside the home. This makes an encounter at extreme close quarters (defined as within two arms’ reach) a possibility we should train for. How do we maintain control of the rifle at this distance and employ it to stop the threat if needed?