Episode 88- What you Should Know about OC with Chuck Haggard

Legendary Lawman Chuck Haggard from Agile Training and Consulting joins me today to talk about OC, the devils hot sauce, liquid fire etc. Chuck was on the ground floor of the LE world when it began to be implemented and knows far more than the average bear about what it is and how it works. If you are on the fence about carrying OC tune in! Thanks for listening and check out our sponsor links below.

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Episode 87- Training and Culpability with Doug Deaton

Doug Deaton is a retired LEO and the proprietor of RDR Texas a Private Investigation firm focused on Expert Witness Opinion and Crisis Management. Doug and I discussed what we believe will be a new challenge to those teaching self defense with a firearm, legal Culpability. In other words you could be held responsible for the material you teach and how it is implemented and may incur liability if that material is not of a sound origin. Pretty wordy way to say “Careful what you say and do when teaching a class”. If you are an armed citizen you should take time to vet your instructors, if you are an instructor you should have a well documented lesson plan. Stay tuned!

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Episode 85- Making Force Decisions W DB

Bolke is back. DB and I talk mainly about force decisions. Force decisions are where things go bad in the defensive gun community and the LEO world. It is also the area very few trainers spend any time addressing. So instead of how fast, how many rounds etc. we are devoting this episode to conveying how to make a good force decision if confronted with a perilous situation.

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Episode 84- John Daub- Minimum Competency Standards

John Daub joins me today. We often hear the phrase “train like you fight” but how manyh people actually do it? John and I shot a few classes at Taccon together and I’ve always admired that he carry’s on the range what he carries every day from the gun to the holster and all points in between. John has been in the process of evaluating a minimum competency for concealed carrier’s to allow them to maximize training time investments. Are you time limited? Then you won’t want to miss todays episode as we explore how minimal your training can be and still maintain a level of proficiency.

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Episode 83- Church Safety and Security with Steve Moses

Steve Moses returns this week to give us his insight into church safety and security. Steve has managed security teams for over 20 years in some of the largest mega-churches in the Dallas area. We cover everything from the parking lot to the sanctuary in this episode. If you have a security team at your church or are a member of a security team you won’t want to miss this episode!

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Episode 82 – Bryan Goes to School with Guest Host Rob Garrett

Bryan just returned from Tom Givens Rangemaster Instructor Course hosted by Apache Solutions in Yadkinville North Carolina. It was such a good course our old pal Hany decided to let Rob be the host of the show for a change of pace. If you are an instructor or have considered becoming one, the rangemaster course is one I can’t recommend enough.

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Special Episode – School Security W DB

This Episode was not scheduled in advance. After the events of Uvalde TX I was reached out to by several listeners that recommended I get ahold of our old pal DB. DB spent many years running a security team for a very high end private school in Southern California where many of the richest families in Hollywood sent their children. I let DB take the reins and run with this one. Many people are surprised to hear some of the realities of school security and that it goes far beyond installing “Officer Friendly” as the school resource officer. The only way to assure changes are going to be made is to get involved at the local level and tune in to your local school board meetings. Thank you for listening.

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Episode 81- Ammo Selection W Mark Fricke

So many different bullet weights, designs and velocities so how do I pick defensive ammunition? Mark Fricke is a retired cop, firearms instructor and historian of all things ballistic. Mark and I devote this episode to giving you the tools to select ammunition. We answer questions like what is DOJ/NIJ ammo testing and what does it mean? Sorry for the delays in getting content out I have been out in training land for the last couple weeks.

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Episode 80- Honoring Pat Rogers with Wayne Dobbs, Justin Dyal and Darryl Bolke

From 1946 to 2016 planet earth was fortunate enough to be graced by a giant among men. The gunfighters’ gunfighter, the riflemans’ rifleman, the Marine’s Marine, the cops’ cop and the firearms instructor’s instructor one Patrick Rogers. Today I hosted a roundtable with three guy’s who spent a large amount of time with Pat. DB from the west coast, Wayne from Texas and Justin Dyal from the east coast. Their locations alone speak to the broad spanning legacy Pat left on the shooting community. Caution there is some ‘Colorful Language’ in this episode. Thanks for letting me host this episode to pay tribute to such great man.

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