Rob Pincus and John Brown answer questions related to Fitness for Personal Defense during April’s PDN Live event. John Brown was one of PDN’s first contributors, is a former Navy Seal, owns and operates Crossfit Agoge with his Wife Kelly in Colorado and has been a educator in the tactical, self-defense and fitness world for
On this episode, you heard Grant mention: Direct link to get PDN Premium Membership for only $10! http://go.personaldefensenetwork.com/grant10 Direct link to the PDN Training Tour schedule http://www.personaldefensenetwork.com/pdn-training-tour/tour-dates/ FourSevens Flashlights http://www.foursevens.com Phlster Holsters http://www.phlster.com Julie Loeffler’s “Light Then Fight!” defensive flashlight class http://www.midohioimb.com/training.html
Out of the blue I got an email that asked a loaded question: what did I think was the most important achievement for a defensive shooting instructor? I’m sure he wanted me to say a minimum score on a popular shooting drill, or a particular ranking in the world of competitive shooting, or some number
On this episode, you heard Grant mention: Direct link to get PDN Premium Membership for only $10! http://go.personaldefensenetwork.com/grant10 Sign-up link for Grant’s Perimeter Defense Rifle class in Phoenix http://www.phoenixfirearmstraining.com/perimeter-defense-rifle.html Ken Null dress gun belts www.klnullholsters.com Julie Loeffler’s “Light Then Fight” defensive flashlight class http://www.midohioimb.com/training.html FourSevens flashlights http://www.foursevens.com Direct link to the PDN Training Tour schedule
As you can imagine, the technology to bring live training videos, especially straight from actual classes, opens up a plethora of opportunities to share important imformation in a timely manner or in situations that a traditional production route can’t support. It also tends to be a little more casual and open up unexpected variables in a way that our normal video shoots simply don’t allow for… which can make them as fun and entertaining as they are educational!
On this episode, host Grant Cunningham talks about the importance of seeking out good teachers; upcoming classes on the PDN Training Tour; a review of the Crossbreed Ares Aegis Crossover belt; further thoughts about picking a gun for your significant other; review of the PDN DVD “Interactions With Law Enforcement”; viewer emails; and more! Links:
Each year, the PDN Training Tour is supported by a number of companies that offer valuable products or services to our students interested in various aspects of self-defense, safety and security. Each one is approved by me personally and must meet standards of quality and professionalism that go above and beyond our standards for normal advertisers.
Veterans nominally receive training on firearms during basic training. Generally this training consists of familiarity with the manual of arms and use of the current service rifle. Unless the service member is in a unit that requires the carrying of a side arm, pistol marksmanship training is an afterthought at best.
Thanks for tuning in to March’s PDN LIVE with Rob Pincus where he answered your questions about developing defensive shooting skills along with Robert Leatham, professional shooter and 24-time USPSA National champion. In case you missed it, you can watch the full video here. Make sure to tune in next month for another PDN LIVE.
This documentary will help educate people about the options that they have to fight back, whether they are armed or not… and the responsibility that they have to be prepared to fight evil.