PDN Training Talk: May 24, 2018


Training Talk with Grant Cunningham is the show to watch to get reliable and responsible self defense information!

This week, Grant’s scheduled guest is PDN Contributor Andy Loeffler of Mid-Ohio IMB. They’ll be talking about travel safety and how you can defend yourself when you’re away from home. With vacation season coming up, this is information you’ll want to know!

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One Response to “PDN Training Talk: May 24, 2018”
  1. Kevin Mowry

    Two summers ago, I drove from the east coast to the Whittington Center in New Mexico. I was going to be there for six weeks and I was traveling with a number of firearms. I am a retired police officer, so I assumed that I was all set to travel while carrying a revolver loaded with ammunition which was not a hollow point. I am a member of a hotel rewards program, and I had arranged all of my hotel stays with that hotel brand. One my second night, after a long day of travel, I discovered that my hotel in Illinois was a “gun free zone”. The hotel informed me that this included their parking lot as well. I had to find another nearby hotel, in the late evening, with a vacancy. I had booked my stays through the hotel chains website, not the individual hotels. I had not even considered that some of the hotels may have been franchises, and that the individual hotel owners would adopt their own firearm policies. I now call each hotel that I am considering staying with.

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