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The Best Defense: Flash Mobs

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Modern technology helps us mobilize a gathering for dinner or other social events. The bad guys have the same capabilities but where mayhem might the goal. Flash mobs can cause a lot of harm and for a concealed carry holder, this can be a worst case scenario. In this first episode of season 4, Michael Bane, Michael Janich and Mike Seeklander guide you through different scenarios and solutions. We are also giving you tips and techniques for concealed carry and Marty Hayes is back with more legal advise. See below for links to more information.

The Best Defense #40 (Episode 1 – Season 4)

The scenario from this episode is now available online in full version. CLICK HERE….
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2 Responses to The Best Defense: Flash Mobs

  1. Scott R.

    December 28, 2011 at 11:00 pm

    Loved the first show, very informative. I’m a fan of the scenario shows (not so much ‘Survival’ though). Mike Seeklander is excellent and I like the way he and Janich work together. One rant I have though is that I will NEVER be able to practice the demonstrated techniques on a live fire range. I’ve never seen them for the non-law enforcement or -military community. Heck, most ranges where I live wont even let you draw from a holstered position. So my only option is airsoft. Not a bad option mind you, I just think the preparedness community is sorely lacking these types of range facilities.

  2. Utah CCW

    April 6, 2012 at 5:37 pm

    Sometimes people like to think of the situation they would be placed in as being very cut and dry justified, they don’t realize that more than likely, if they were to have to use their gun in self defense it is going to be a very subjective and gray situation. Bottom line, have a good lawyer’s number on you, and know what you are going to say to both 911 dispatchers and police. Be short, courteous, but don’t say too much.

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