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Benchmade Safety Cutter

Using the Benchmade 8 Safety Cutter, Rob Pincus explains why understanding how to use your tools is important, but that practicing using them is just as vital.

Using an LED Microlight

An LED microlight is a simple utility item that is inexpensive and very easy to carry. It’s a great item to have in a medical kit or pocket, or attached to a keychain. Packs of ten can be bought for about $12 and each microlight lasts for many hours. FEATURES Consider this little light part…

Self Defense Medicine Class DVD

Class DVD: Self Defense Medicine In the immediate aftermath of a violent attack, once the threat has been eliminated, having the medical tools at hand and the training necessary to immediately tend to victims can mean the difference between life and death. This video class provides you with specific information, demonstrations, and insights to integrate…

An Efficient Go Bag: Emergency Supplies

Rob Pincus talks about putting together an efficient "go bag" for a worst case scenario situation which forces you to leave your home or business. Ammunition, medical supplies, security devices and other items are covered, as well as what type of bag might make the best choice for the widest set of plausible circumstances.

Immediate Aftermath of a Shooting DVD

DVD: Immediate Aftermath of a Shooting Rob Pincus discusses and demonstrates what you need to be thinking about after you have successfully defended yourself with a firearm, including dealing with wounded civilians and attackers in your environment, recognizing important medical issues and properly engaging with law enforcement. 50 minutes. Watch a preview of this DVD…

How to Apply a Tourniquet

The first line of defense against bleeding out of the arms or legs is a tourniquet. The myth that a tourniquet poses a threat to the limb has been debunked by numerous studies. Caleb Causey of Lone Star Medics demonstrates how to apply a tourniquet to an arm or leg and offers tips for efficient…

2013 PDN Training Tour: Update #5

Rob Pincus checks in from Tennessee, where he kicked off the second leg of the Training Tour. In this update, Rob talks about why he is a fan of the United States Concealed Carry Association and reminds everyone about the essential medical equipment that should be on every range.

Use of Battle Belts for Concealed Carry Training

A battle belt is a load-bearing piece of equipment that’s designed to make it comfortable and easy to carry a lot of gear at the range, including holsters, medical kits, tool pouches, and extra magazines. Rob Pincus shows how it works but more importantly, talks about the rationale for owning one. In what context does…

R.A.T.S. Tourniquet Use

The RATS Tourniquet is a relatively new emergency medical device. RATS stands for Rapid Application Tourniquet System. It’s a convenient, easy to use and carry tourniquet that does have the potential to actually work. The RATS Difference The RATS Tourniquet, which is fluorescent orange in color, works by allowing multiple wraps of the relatively thin…

Immediate Aftermath of a Shooting Download

Video Download: Immediate Aftermath of a Shooting Rob Pincus discusses and demonstrates what you need to be thinking about after you have successfully defended yourself with a firearm, including dealing with wounded civilians and attackers in your environment, recognizing important medical issues and properly engaging with law enforcement. 50 minutes. Watch a preview of this…