This morning Riley interviews the man who was forced to defend himself in his apartment late one night in March 2016. A random criminal, a random apartment, but Nicholas Ring was ready to defend himself. We will hear the story firsthand, what went right, what went wrong, what could have been done better. And what […]
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I have heard many instructors tell their students this: You have to be able to re-holster your firearm without looking down at your holster. My opinion on re-holstering is different than what many have been teaching for quite some time.
Are you getting the total benefit from all those hours in advanced classes and out on the range? On a recent Concealed Carry Podcast Episode 221, we presented another Case of The Week from Attorney Andrew Branca. In the case, STEPHEN D. RANKIN v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA, an officer appealed his first-degree manslaughter conviction on […]
Pepper spray or OC spray can be a good defensive tool in situations where carrying a firearm is prohibited or unpractical. But understand, OC spray is not a magic wand that stops attackers in their tracks and send then running for the hills. Attackers can…
I’ve been struggling with topics lately to talk about as I get ready to move to another, less expensive state. I’m preoccupied with my thoughts about packing, doing projects, and getting my house ready for sale. But then it occurred to me as I do all these things, even as I sit here and type […]
Today Riley is flying solo with the podcast and presents the pre-recorded interview he and Jacob did together with self-defense law expert Andrew Branca at SHOT Show 2018. We cover a variety of topics dealing with the difference between the threat of force and use of deadly force, brandishing, and understanding where the legal boundaries […]