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Well-Rounded Defense Training 6-DVD Set

6-DVD Set: Well-Rounded Defense Training For anyone who takes their personal safety seriously, we’ve assembled this 6-DVD set as well-rounded resource to help you plan, train, and expand your defensive capabilities – from the basics and beyond. The Comprehensive Guide To Self Defense DVD provides a broad foundation from which to start, covering important self-defense

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Well-Rounded Defense Training 6-DVD Set + 3 FREE Patches

Bundle: Well-Rounded Defense Training 6-DVD Set + 3 FREE Patches For anyone who takes their personal safety seriously, we’ve assembled this 6-DVD set as well-rounded resource to help you plan, train, and expand your defensive capabilities – from the basics and beyond. And with this special bundle, you also get 3 PDN-branded patches as a

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How Good Are You? Measuring Shooting Skill

Most shooters have a type A personality that drives us. That being the case, my students often ask me how to measure the skills they have. While there are multiple ways to measure skill, I like to have one that objectively allows me to measure my ability, so I can compare it to my skill

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Rail-Mounted Instant-on Light for Home-Defense Rifles

Most people have at least a rail-mounted light on their home-defense long guns, and perhaps also a laser aiming device. PDN Executive Director Rob Pincus likes to use the Viridian C5 or C5L light and laser combos, with their instant-on technology. The Less Efficient Way Rob planned on using the ambidextrous switch when deploying his

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Storing Firearms: Safes & Vaults

Storing Firearms: Safes & Vaults

Rob Pincus and Robin Godolphin provide an overview of the main features of firearms storage vaults, safes and cabinets. They review the types of locks, fire resistance levels and over all security of the major options that firearms owners have to chose from.
Immediate Aftermath of a Shooting

Immediate Aftermath of a Shooting

This feature-length content covers what you need to be thinking about after you have successfully defended yourself with a firearm. Issues of dealing with other people in your environment, wounded attackers, medical issues and, of course, law enforcement

Women & Shooting, Part 1: Getting to the Range

Hi. My name is Julie, and I’m a shooter. (“Hi, Julie.”) I’m being a little dramatic to make a point here, but sometimes to the non-shooter trying to learn more about the shooting world, it can seem like an elite club. And this club comes with its own language, attire, accessories and attitude. Now don’t

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Evaluating New Techniques

One of the more popular, though misguided, sayings in combatives training refers to a new technique as “just another tool for your toolbox.” It’s one of those comforting industry truisms that makes a good soundbite without actually explaining anything. As teaching goes, it’s really no different than “because I say so.” The problem with the

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