Car enthusiasts generally have a relentless pursuit of horsepower. But the pursuit triggers what sports car engineers refer to as the devil’s cycle, where bigger engines make a car heavier, and thus slower, by virtue of power-to-weight ratio. While hobbyists with time and money enjoy the pros and cons of tuning a car for maximal
Rob Pincus and a cadre of PDN contributors attended this year’s event. Rob gives some compelling reasons why you should be there next year.
The process of personal protection usually involves several steps. Sometimes products, while clever at solving one part of the equation, don’t fit into the Big Picture very well.
The Personal Defense Network team was at the 2015 NRA Annual Meeting in Nashville, Tennessee, April 10-12. Several of our PDN contributors stopped to chat with exhibitors — who also happen to be some of PDN’s good friends and sponsors — on the NRA Show floor to discuss products and accessories on the personal defense
I am often approached by pastors, deacons, and other church members in positions of authority with questions about church security.
A sound training program relies on very basic principles.
Whether you are just starting your self-defense journey or have taken your protection seriously for some time, this series is intended to give you a comprehensive overview of the areas you should be paying attention to.
Members of and regular visitors to the Personal Defense Network tend to be folks who take their personal protection seriously.
Understanding and utilizing a final fighting grip for a knife in a personal protection situation may be dictated by the urgency of the situation or the advanced preparation of the knife carrier.
Mark Walters, host of the syndicated program “Armed American Radio,” sent me a link that he wanted me to review before an appearance on the show.