PDN Training Talk: September 15, 2016


On this episode, Grant was joined by Barret Kendrick of Bearco Training for a look at the proper, safe methods for drawing and re-holster a firearm carried in the appendix position; in the second half of the hour, Julie Loeffler answered a common question: how does a woman get started in defensive training? Plus viewer mail, a look at parking lot safety, and more!

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Appendix Carry Article by Rob Pincus:
https://www.personaldefensenetwork.com/article/critical-thinking-appendix-carry-safety/

Julie Loeffler, Mid-Ohio IMB:
http://www.midohioimb.com

Barret Kendrick, Bearco Training:
http://bearcotraining.com

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5 Responses to “PDN Training Talk: September 15, 2016”
  1. Kirk

    Grant, I love your show. If you aren’t going to mention a business by name, then don’t, no silly sounds like…

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    • Grant Cunningham

      Unfortunately, Kirk, in this day and age we have to be VERY careful about using company names without permission. It’s my lighthearted way of giving people context without running afoul of the legalities.

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  2. Kevin

    I am an old retired cop, who was trained to use the weaver stance, and did so for 30 years. I eventually read your books and your logical explanation of the body’s startle response convinced me that there was a better way to train. The technique demonstrated for the AIWB carry demonstrated by Mr. Kendrick, seems to be in conflict with the body’s natural startle response. If I have to stand up out of a crouch to lean back and open my hips, aren’t I fighting what my body wants to do when threatened? Your thoughts? Thanks

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