Episode 363: Alarming Pattern of Cops Shooting Homeowners

3 recent incidents around the country paint a picture of a concerning pattern. Essentially situations in which Law Enforcement officers responding to a private residence end up shooting the armed homeowner. Brian and Jacob break down these incidents and discuss things we can do to minimize the odds of this kind of tragedy in our own homes.

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Episode 351: That EDC Life with Bryan Eastridge

Today, Riley talks with Bryan Eastridge of EDC Belt Company. Bryan is a police officer and firearms instructor. We’re going to be talking about important considerations where it comes to gear selection and setup to enhance Every Day Carry (EDC). We’ll dive into what makes his EDC Belt Company’s “Foundation Belt” work for that purpose, and we’ll talk about his recent foray into the podcasting world with his own show the “Lawdog Shooting Sports Podcast.”

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Episode 208: Applying Skills in the Real World with Aaron Raynor

In this episode, Riley and Matthew discuss some deep stuff together with Aaron Raynor of Savage Combatives like which skills or techniques are difficult to train on the range because it’s different in real-world application. Plus we touch on deadly force law, difficulties that law enforcement officers (and regular citizens) face in today’s world, and the importance of articulation in a deadly force incident.

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Episode 174: The Great Debate About Law Enforcement Interactions

In today’s episode we take and answer several questions and address topics we received from listeners. Check out today’s episode for information about 2nd Amendment rights versus party politics, home lighting and security and some strategies involving new home technology that could help you in an invasion. We also talk about a particular holster that we think has some challenges. Finally, Riley and Jacob get into it a little bit about what’s the best way to interact with law enforcement particularly in a traffic stop situation.

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