On The Best Defense: Neighborhood Watch

TBD5-1In this premiere episode of season 5, we take you through scenarios that you may experience if you are in charge of keeping an eye on your neighbor’s house as part of the neighborhood watch team. We follow a concealed carry shooting situation from the beginning to the end.

The Best Defense #53 (Episode 1 – Season 5)

First aired 01-02-13

Air times on Outdoor Channel: 04-03-13 at 6:00PM | 04-03-13 at 11:30PM | 04-04-13 at 3:30AM | 04-05-13 at 10:00PM, all times Eastern.

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3 Responses to On The Best Defense: Neighborhood Watch

  1. Patrick White

    January 3, 2013 at 9:52 am

    Great show to start the season. It is not enough to read about a situation like this, your role play makes everything much more clear. Also the defensive tactics on the ground were a great reminder of the risks when you are taken down.

    Thanks for all of your hard work to keep us informed.

  2. Bill

    January 3, 2013 at 11:25 am

    Great episode with lots of good practical info about how to deal with that type of situation. I plan on watching it again.

  3. Greg O'Hara

    January 19, 2013 at 11:29 am

    Good episode but one caveat. The description being called into 911 not only describes the suspect, but ALSO the caller who is innocent. He needs to call in with FBI type description format since he missed facial hair, color of clothes and hat, long or short sleeve shirt. Any cop showing up sees him will assume hes the suspect “with a gun” and may draw down on and/or shoot the innocent guy. I thought that’s what the episode would do, but it was never discussed. THIS IS IMPORTANT to give the best description you can. I know, I’m a US Treasury Cop and over 15 years in federal service and with 5 years dpeury sheriff in two states.

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