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PDN Video Earns 2011 Bronze Telly Award

The Personal Defense Network® earned a 2011 Bronze Telly in the Film/Video category for it’s DVD, “Firearm Storage and Access.” The video was recognized for its exceptional production quality. “We are pleased to earn this award,” said Rob Pincus, a personal defense industry leader and Managing Editor for Personal Defense Network. “It’s Personal Defense Network’s…

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Controlling Your Rifle

Do you control your rifle? More specifically, can you shoot it accurately, yet very fast, at distances of 25 yards or more? This article focuses on a high-performance stance/mount system that will ensure you can not only shoot accurately with your rifle, but also get it on target quickly and shoot with superior speed. Once…

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The Closed-Fist Strike

There are as many theories on what is the best “technique” in the world of self-defense as there are experts. Unfortunately, personal agendas and bias all too often get in the way. One area that is particularly susceptible to this is the issue of using closed fists in a self-defense/combat situation. There are a lot…

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Claude Werner

Claude Werner brings a lifetime of experience behind the gun to every course he teaches. A retired U.S. Army officer, he served in Airborne, Ranger, Special Forces, and Mechanized Infantry units and commanded a Special Forces A-Team and Bradley Infantry Company. He was the Chief Instructor at the elite Rogers Shooting School for five years…

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Why I Died

As I lay there mortally wounded, with my life slipping away, I could not help remembering the words of the instructor who had taught my concealed carry class. He said, “This training is not the end, and really not even a good beginning for your self-defense training. Get some more training!” His point, as he…

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