Top Menu

Episode 362: How to Not Mistake Your Loved Ones as Intruders

Topic: How to Not Mistake Your Loved Ones As Intruders

How often in this country does someone accidentally shoot their family or friends, having mistaken them as an intruder? The answer might surprise you. Riley and Jacob discuss six core tactics you should be deploying in any potential home defense scenario to ensure NOT ONLY that you don't accidentally shoot the wrong person but that you also maximize your odds of success should you have a real threat.

Two Options to Listen/View:

Press PLAY on the player above to listen to the audio. Press PLAY on the video below to watch the FB Live recording!

Resources From This Episode:

WANNA SUBMIT A TOPIC OR COMMENT?

  • Shoot us a message here at the Concealed Carry Podcast by emailing us at: podcast at concealedcarry.com

CHECK OUT THE NEW CONCEALED CARRY APP!!! – www.concealedcarry.com/mobileapp

Sponsors

Thanks for Listening!

Thanks so much for joining us this week. Have some feedback you’d like to share? Leave a note in the comment section below. If you enjoyed the podcast the biggest compliment you could give us would be to subscribe to future episodes via a podcast app on your phone or via iTunes. You can find past podcast episodes by clicking here.

, , , , ,

4 Responses to Episode 362: How to Not Mistake Your Loved Ones as Intruders

  1. Jay S. November 1, 2019 at 2:40 pm #

    Thoroughly enjoyed E362. I experienced a situation at home that could have been tragic. It was my birthday weekend, and my wife and I went out for dinner. When we got home, I got to the door that leads from the garage into the house. It was unlocked. Hmmm. I know I locked it on the way out. Hmmm. My alarm is not beeping at me. I know I set the alarm on the way out. All of these signs I relayed to me wife who was behind me. The hair was standing up on my neck. As I walked in quietly observing, I could feel the adrenaline dump. When I stepped into the kitchen, my son and his girlfriend jumped up from behind the couch, threw their hands up into the air and yelled don’t shoot. I had already slid left off the “X” and had my hand on my pistol’s grip. After an expletive or two, I took a deep breath and relaxed. They were there for my birthday to surprise me. They realized that by my cautious entry, I was probably armed, the situation wasn’t good. Why they decided to diffuse the situation by jumping up and scaring me, I don’t know. I wish they had just communicated from behind the couch. They now realize the gravity of the situation. As do I. I learned a lot today from your podcast.

    One last thing, someone mentioned you didn’t know if you have many followers in CA. Yes you do. There are a lot of us carrying in CA. We have some great Sheriffs here that want to preserve our rights. They just don’t make the headlines. Thanks for what you do.

  2. Matt November 3, 2019 at 5:30 pm #

    Great topic and tips. I’m gonna use a few you mentioned.

  3. Jeff Sprankle November 14, 2019 at 12:49 pm #

    I got my concealed carry license about 2.5 years ago and discovered this podcast shortly thereafter. I have enjoyed listening and learning from you guys considerably since then but this is one of the best podcasts of them all. You touch on so many great topics that you’ve inspired me to go back and listen to a few others to reinforce my understanding. Plus, I’m seriously considering the home defense course, based on what you’ve said here. Nice job and keep these coming!

    • Riley Bowman November 14, 2019 at 4:50 pm #

      Thank you! This makes me so happy to receive your feedback!!!

Leave a Reply