In this episode long time Law Enforcement trainers Lee Weems of First Person Safety and Bryan talk training cops vs training civilians. Is there differences absolutely! Is there similarities? Of Course.
Dots…..Widget, Winner WHAT? In this episode we welcome back Hany to discuss the Red Dot for Cops. We go long in this episode and Hany and Bryan not only share some laughs but dive into training topics we feel some LEO’s overlook when implementing new gear.
The Micro Red Dot Optic is gaining steam and becoming more of a rule than an exception. Is it a Widget or a Winner? Today we dive deep into the MRDO/MRDS with Riley Bowman of Concealed Carry to learn about his journey to becoming a dedicated carrier of The Dot.
Kenosha, Wisconsin the 25th Day of Auguast 2020 one of the most controversial incidents involving an armed citizen in recent history.This week we continue Episode 7 with Hany Mahmoud for the “cop” side. Bryan and Hany give you some insight on how and why cops operate certain ways in a time of civil unrest. Hany […]
Kenosha, Wisconsin the 25th Day of Auguast 2020 one of the most controversial incidents involving an armed citizen in recent history. Steve Moses an expert armed citizen and long time student of self defense joins this week to discuss lessons learned. Steve and Bryan go deep into the subject to provide the listener with thought […]
Context is everything and in this episode, you will hear the great contrast between the way law enforcement and daily concealed carriers use weapon-mounted lights… plus some great insights on which lights are best.
Officers often overlook the value and techniques of blending in as a daily carrier. Perhaps here the concealed carrier has a lot to teach todays off duty officer. By blending in you avoid being a target and maximize your odds of responding on your terms.
How can a daily gun carrier truly prepare for the aftermath of a shooting? We all hope it never happens to us but having some expectations in advance will make the recovery much faster. Listen in and don’t make these mistakes.
A lot of daily concealed carries are nervous about the potential of being fired upon by law enforcement when the police respond to the scene of a violent crime. Listen in and don’t make these mistakes.
There are just some things that we hear in the profession of law enforcement that make us cringe. Listen in and don’t make these mistakes.