PDN LIVE! October 2016

Rob Pincus and Rob Leatham, two of the most recognized names in the shooting world, are at it again: Coming at the topic of Defensive Shooting Skill Development from their very opposite views. In this installment of PDN Live, Rob & Rob answer audience questions about grip, stance, shooting drills, competition shooting, vision and much more (even black powder rifles!?). If you take your preparation for armed defense seriously, this is a must watch hour packed with information from two of the most experienced teachers in the industry.

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53 Responses to “PDN LIVE! October 2016”
  1. ROBERT E. SMITH

    You Train Animals and TEACH human beings, You stated “Take your training to another level” How about take your teaching to another level.” I would like for you to teach me the repercussions of engaging in a gun fight that doesn’t initially involves me. .A robbery, or a shooting with other parties involved….and I engage with the knowledge of the who’s right and who’s wrong.

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  2. Johnny Long

    I recently lost my leg in an accident…Do you offer any information for wheelchair bound patriots who wish to carry and remain proficient?

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  3. Dave

    Can you comment about the “He said. She said.” attitude towards defending/attacking the Second Amendment?

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  4. Chris B

    I use a Streamlight TLR-1 Game Spotter on my AR-15 when hog hunting. Its a super bright green light. When it comes to defensive scenarios, are there benefits to be using the green light, or should I always use white light when using an AR-15 for defense?

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  5. R Scott

    After being lulled into a false sense of proficiency with indoor/outdoor range shooting for the last 20 years, I joined IDPA and GSSF earlier this year. Very humbling. Lots of new concealed carry folks making very scary mistakes – do you support any competency testing, maybe a few minutes at the range, with the CCP instructor prior to getting your CCP training certificate?

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  6. Chris

    Along the Lines of consistency how much fluctuation can you see from target ammo versus match ammo?

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  7. R Scott

    I took the Combat Focus Shooting a couple weeks ago at Bristlecone. EXCELLENT course!

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  8. Charles

    For Rob Pincus: I am from New Mexico.where I can drive out of town just about anywhere to practice. I live in Dayton, Ohio now and am unable to find anywhere to practice tactically here. I have a lot of your tapes and would have a lot more if I could find a place.
    Thanks Rob

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    • Sam Kirchoff

      You can ask them right here and, time willing, I’ll try my best to ask them live on the air!

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  9. Chris

    Rob, where can I get PDN shirts or polos? I can’t find them on the website. I’d love to pay you for a shirt so I can do some marketing for you for free.

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  10. R Scott

    Thank you for answering my second question re: competency testing for CCP. Even more humbling than IDPA was Rob’s defensive shooting course. I’m hooked – taking home defense next month too at Bristlecone with Pincus.

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  11. Gary D Flatt

    Take a handgun course at Frontsight. They teach getting off side hand right away by driving the off hand into your belly area, then meeting your gun hand as you drive the gun straight up, not bowing, or coming down like a fishing pole. I can give Frontsight courses free.

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  12. Gordon

    Practice Ammo. 9mm, 115 gr ammo is readily available at a good price. 124 gr, not so much. I carry 124 gr HP ammo for defense. Is there any problem training with 115 gr ammo if you carry 124 gr defense ammo?

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  13. Dave

    Thank you gentlemen (and lady). Nice job. I’d like to learn more about the joint training sessions you guys are planning including any prequalification requirements for participation.

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  14. Christos

    I have a Sig Sauer p229 that I can use 9mm, 40 caliber and 357 Sig in. For home defense which of these three rounds would you use?

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  15. Antonio Rivera Jr

    Thank you for sharing your knowledge and your thoughts.
    Looking forward to the next one.

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  16. cowpaddi

    Tried to watch the video replay. I got an error message to sign in to view the video. Even after signing in I could not view the video. Tried two different browsers. Don’t know where else to post this.

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  17. Rick

    Hi -sometimes I have to leave my ccw in my glovebox when at work for hours , I live in ohio should I have any concerns about extreme cold or heat on my ammo I know about condensation but any other concerns thanks – I tried like heck to win a course win a course with Mr. L when and where will you be in my area

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    • Customer Service

      Hi, Rick. You mentioned the main concern, condensation. If you have a yearly rotation schedule where you replace your carry ammo you should be fine but if you’re really concerned about it then shorten your rotation schedule.

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  18. John

    It helps me if you will provide transcripts of all videos. I can scan that and get the information much quicker than watching a video. I just don’t have time for videos on most days.

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