• 9:19

    What’s the best way to test body armor? Shooting several rounds into it, which is exactly what we did. Did any of the rounds penetrate all the way through the ballistic panel in PDN’s test? Defensive Gear for No-Gun Zones Many people are interested in what they can do to protect themselves and their loved

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  • 5:27

    Ballistic gelatin testing with four different Winchester rounds illustrates the type of ammunition we want for personal defense — rounds that will reliably stop a threat. Rounds Tested The four Winchester Ammunition rounds test fired out of a full-size Springfield Armory XD-M handgun and into a 16-inch 10% FBI-style ballistic gelatin block are: Winchester ARX

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  • 5:11

    Body armor inserts for backpacks and briefcases are something you might be interested in for yourself or for your kids when they go to school. This is one option for active shooter response and one way for the average person to be better prepared to defend themselves. Obviously children can’t carry guns to school, but

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  • 3:25

    The 9mm ARX Inceptor round is a polymer round that is not a hollow point and is not designed to fragment. It is designed to disrupt the tissue around the bullet due to the grooves that are cut into the polymer that are in the mold the polymer is formed in. Ballistic Testing Is this

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  • 2:45

    The SFD-Responder 2.0 ankle medical kit is for Rob Pincus the most convenient way to carry the important medical equipment he knows he should have with him all the time. At PDN we consider a medical kit worn on the body to be an essential component of self-defense gear. The SFD-Responder 2.0 ankle medical kit

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  • 3:24

    For years, Rob Pincus has been insisting that every certified instructor in any program he teaches, and anyone affiliated with PDN who is running a range, have an emergency medical kit out on the range with them. 5.11 UCR IFAK Pouch For the entire 2018 PDN Training Tour, Rob’s emergency medical kit of choice was

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  • 5:52

    Next Level Training is famous for the SIRT Training Pistol. SIRT stands for Shot Indicating Resetting Trigger. Next Level’s Mike Hughes and PDN’s Rob Pincus discuss the increasing popularity of red-dot sights on handguns, a development both have been experimenting with but still believe have some serious downsides. 110 SPOT Trainer Because more shooters are

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  • 3:48

    The Holosun 507C is a pistol red-dot sight. Rob Pincus is not a big advocate of having a red-dot sight on an everyday carry handgun or a professional’s duty gun. But he has experimented with them over the years and now sees more students bringing red-dot-equipped handguns to handgun training classes. Pros and Cons of

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  • 2:37

    The Dot Microlight from ASP is a USB rechargeable light that’s 130 lumens and is small, lightweight, and can be carried just about anywhere. It can be attached to a keychain, carried in your pocket, or attached to a piece of gear. The ASP Dot is an extremely useful light. 130 Lumens In these days

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