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Stolen Firearm

What to do if You have a Lost or Stolen Firearm

What should you do if your gun is stolen? This is a question that responsible firearms owners ask, as well as those who are anti-gun or neutral but curious on the issue of guns. By the very nature of its theft, a stolen firearm is now in the wrong hands — it’s in the hands

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2019 PDN Training Tour Dates and Locations

Make plans to attend a course near you, led by PDN Executive Director Rob Pincus or one of the professional instructors shown below. Dates Location Class Title (click to register) Instructor March 23 St. Augustine, FL Fundamentals of Intuitive Defensive Shooting Rob Pincus March 24 St. Augustine, FL 1 Day Intuitive Defensive Carbine Rob Pincus

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Flowers or Guns? Good Guys Have Both, Actually

Personal Defense Network's Executive Director has taken some time to comment on the social media frenzy surrounding the viral video of a French Father comforting his son during an interview in the aftermath of the Terrorist Attacks that took place there last week.
Mugging Money

Mugging Money

Ask anyone who has ever been on the wrong side of a mugging how they responded. Chances are they did the smart thing and gave the mugger everything they had.

Defending Yourself From Criminals and Elected Officials

In defensive training, we talk about concepts and principles of personal or family defense against a violent criminal. These may include awareness, avoidance, and collection and processing of information so that we properly identify an attacker and have an appropriate response. The “verbiage” may change from one instructor to the next or one curriculum to the next, but the core concepts and principles remain constant.
Part 1: Trigger Control

Part 1: Trigger Control

One of the common misconceptions about firing a handgun is that you must have perfect trigger control.