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.
Mike Centola of Allstar Tactical runs Rob Pincus through a Defensive Rifle Facing Drill and talks about the difference between moving into the known and moving into the unknown as you orient towards your threat. It is important to practice a variety of movements just prior to shooting, as you never know exactly where and when your threat will show up.Watch Now >>
There are a few key components to your survival plan when multiple people are inside a vehicle and you are an armed passenger. Essential to passenger safety is communicating and cooperating, understanding how to operate a firearm safely in this environment, maintaining muzzle discipline, controlling the other occupants, and taking appropriate action to make sure… Read more »Watch Now >>
Rob Pincus challenges some traditional notions of situational awareness, something people talk a lot about when it comes to self-defense. We mostly talk about situational awareness relating to avoiding a situation, such as crossing the street to avoid someone who looks dangerous. Another facet of it is knowing our surroundings, such as the exits in… Read more »Watch Now >>
Staff see people coming in to GMA with no plan of what they want to do besides shooting a lot. GMA Strategic Projects Manager and Instructor Nick Smith advocates making a training plan in order to get the most out of your range time. This plan should include asset management, time management, training for the… Read more »Watch Now >>