PDN Executive Director Rob Pincus discusses how you can train to make your responses more automated during a critical incident. For decades, he’s focused his students on learning how to be better prepared to apply their skills when they need them, not just perform them in isolation. The trick is tying the responses to the appropriate stimuli in training and, especially, practice.
Rob Pincus was joined by PDN Contributor Barret Kendrick and the host of “We Like Shooting”, Shawn Herrin. All three attended the 2017 SHOT Show, an industry only event in Las Vegas that highlights the newest products and trends in the firearms community. They share their SHOT Show experiences and talk about some of the…Watch Now >>
[Exclusive GOLD & PLATINUM Member Event] PDN Executive Director Rob Pincus and special guest Todd Fossey discuss the importance of reality based training. From gear and technique selection to the training model you use to learn and the skill development drills you use for practice. All of these areas should be “reality based.”Watch Now >>
Rob Pincus was joined by career police officer Jamie Onion to discuss Interactions with Law Enforcement While Armed. Both men speak to very important concerns about these potentially tense moments from the viewpoint of law enforcement and concealed carriers. Traffic stops and other potential encounters with law enforcement that may have nothing to do with…Watch Now >>