PDN Training Talk: December 6, 2018

Training Talk with Grant Cunningham is the show to watch to get reliable and responsible self defense information! This week, Grant will be joined by PDN Contributor Alessandro Padovani of Safer Faster Defense. They’ll be discussing how to protect yourself when you’re traveling out of the country. What tools are available, and what are the

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PDN Training Talk: November 1, 2018

Training Talk with Grant Cunningham is the show to watch to get reliable and responsible self defense information! Training Talk is the webcast that talks about you: about your life and how to protect it. Grant and his guests cover defensive shooting, unarmed self defense, home defense, situational awareness, training tips, and much more. This

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“Should Versus Could” discussion on Armed American Radio

Yesterday, I spoke for an hour with Mark Walters about two shootings of shoplifters. Embedded in the discussion was the incredibly important issue of ” Should versus Could ” and our responsibility as armed people to use force only when needed. In the latter case, the shooter was (rightfully) charged with murder. In NY, the bad guy was shot as he was jumping over the counter AT the armed good guy

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They Are Not You: Drug Abuse Spirals Into Murder

Today’s case involves a combination of extraordinary risk factors leading to an almost incomprehensible level of violence on the way to a sad and entirely predictable outcome. The predictability arises from the victim’s on-again/off-again struggle with substance abuse, a chronic relapsing condition that stresses family systems to the breaking point as parents and others desperately

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They Are Not You: The Mindset of Hate

Undertake a bit of a thought exercise with me if you will, one that will point out viscerally some of the differences between ourselves and the most dangerous of Violent Criminal Actors. Imagine the level of hatred required to shoot someone in the face, on sight; not figuratively, but actually to shove the muzzle of your pistol into contact with the flesh of another human’s jawline, for example, and press the trigger.

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