Rob Pincus discussed the importance of avoiding emotional responses to potential threats, real threats or other events in your life that could escalate the danger to yourself or others. In addition to immediate physical dangers, Rob discussed situations where you may put yourself in jeopardy of having to deal with negative financial, emotional, social and legal aftermath that could have been avoided if you had responded in a more rational and calm way. It is very easy to let your emotions (anger, fear, offense, curiosity, etc.) get the best of you when you don’t have a plan, haven’t thought ahead of time how you might respond to certain situations and/or haven’t practiced those responses enough. Every year, many people find themselves tragically shooting people who don’t need to be shot, often family members, because they let their emotions carry their responses. Similarly, many people find themselves in dangerous situations that they could’ve avoided if they had thought through a better response of avoidance or de-escalation. Rob answered questions from PDN Members and the live audience and offers some tips on how to prepare to respond as rationally and appropriately as possible.
Thanks for tuning in to January’s PDN LIVE with Rob Pincus where he answered your personal defense and defensive shooting questions live on air. In case you missed it, you can watch the full video here. Original air date: January 14, 8:00 p.m. CDT. Make sure to tune in next month for another PDN LIVE.…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 >>
Rob Pincus took some time from the PDN Training Tour to answer a variety of questions about armed self-defense. He discussed the top five mistakes he thinks people make in regard to personal defense preparation, laser aiming devices, choosing defensive handguns, training for people with disabilities, and more! He also spoke a bit about the…Watch Now >>
Rob Pincus took on a variety of self-defense questions during the final PDN Live event of the year. Rob spoke about the .380 ACP as a defensive caliber, improvised defensive tools when traveling, opportunities to continue learning and training throughout the winter, and making plans for 2017. This personal defense information and insight packed hour…Watch Now >>