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On The Best Defense: The Tueller Drill

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The Tueller Drill is a self-defense training exercise to prepare against a short-range attack when armed only with a holstered handgun. Mike Seeklander and Michael Janich look at different scenarios within a distance of 21 feet. See below for links to more information on topics covered in this episode.

The Best Defense #43 (Episode 4 – Season 4)

First Aired: 01-18-12

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2 Responses to On The Best Defense: The Tueller Drill

  1. Deer Park Firearms

    January 18, 2012 at 11:14 pm

    Love the show, the thing I wish you would talk about and show would be defense of the family. The Tueller Drill when he ran around the car to get away from the attacker was great. But if you have kids you can’t just run and get into a good position, you have to protect them. How would you still keep them safe and get yourself into a good position to defend everyone? Thanks.

  2. Adam Rondeau

    March 11, 2012 at 10:02 pm

    The big problem (with the 21 ft rule) that nobody really mentions is: We all pass by others at way less than that distance everyday. And really, even in the video, I would bet that most people aren’t going to make a scene and not let another person come within 21 ft of you. Maybe if the person looks aggressive and clearly has a knife, but in most cases, you probably won’t see either. Its fine to be prepared for those cases in which there is a real threat, but 99% of the time we aren’t going to see it coming.

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