The priorities under discussion by Rob Pincus and PDN Contributor Grant Cunningham are gear, skill, behavior, and fitness. How do these four personal defense areas rank in order of importance to a person who wants to be safer? Rob and Grant expand on their reasons for how they prioritize each area, and come to an agreement on the ranking.
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