A quick access safe is a great way to keep a defensive firearm in the home but ready for action. They aren’t always easy to hide in areas where you might need a gun, however, and that’s where concealable furniture comes in. PDN Contributor, Paul Carlson, looks at an innovative and extremely high quality line of Amish-built furniture designed specifically to keep a defensive handgun, rifle or shotgun out of sight until you need it.
There are basically two types of people in the world: sheep and wolves. If you are a productive member of society, you’re a sheep. If, on the other hand, you are someone who feeds on sheep without mercy, you are a wolf. Regardless of your mission in the world, when you forget or ignore the… Read more »Watch Now >>
Combat accuracy is defined as any shot that significantly affects the target’s ability to present a lethal threat. Many people think that in order to be able to get precise hits into the high center chest, even at close distances like 20 feet, you need to have precise sight alignment/sight picture. Mythbusting Rob Pincus is… Read more »Watch Now >>
Rob Pincus has seen many different sights on students’ self defense pistols and has used even more himself over the last 30 years, but has never seen a design that works better than the traditional notch and blade type sight. The front sight is designed to fit into the notch of the rear sight. Rob… Read more »Watch Now >>
During training classes, Rob allows students to get used to presentation from appendix carry by using an outside-the-waistband holster at the one o’clock position. This outside-the-waistband holster allows students to become familiar with the mechanics of presentation without the emotional and safety issues that may be involved when using an inside-the-waistband holster while learning this… Read more »Watch Now >>