Episode 104- Who Wins, Who Loses with John Hearne

Today my guest is John Hearne from Two Pillars Training. I recently attended his 9 hour lecture “Who Wins, Who Loses and Why”. If you carry a firearm for self defense, you NEED to hear this lecture. Thanks for listening and check out today’s sponsors.

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1 Comment

  1. Scott Reames on November 29, 2023 at 4:34 pm

    My name is Scott and I’m a twenty-year LEO retired. I’m originally from a farm next to Dover in Kingfisher County. I got my B.S. in Law Enforcement at NWOSU and was commissioned an army officer through the R.O.T.C. program. In 1979 I was in the process of joining the OKCPD but the next class was 6 months away and I had a wife and child to feed. Long story short, I ended up in Kansas in various jurisdictions where I completed my career in 1995.

    I have been listening to your podcast for a few weeks now and I have enjoyed them all. Every now and then, I have a question or two but I have not found any place to contact you. Now that we can converse, I have forgotten some of the questions, go figure. Being an old fart, and listening to you, your father, and your uncle, I’m glad the camaraderie and cop humor hasn’t changed! If you want, I could send you some short episodes I have participated in.

    From the podcast, I have deduced if I had continued my quest to join the OKCPD, I would have served with your father. He sounds like a great person and an even greater officer.

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