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Episode 312 – Bad News: You Might Be Outgunned

Are you outgunned? Do you know your adversary? Many of us, including me take the bad guy for granted. We tend to think they are uneducated knuckleheads who can’t shoot. Think again.

Links:

Greg Ellifritz’ article: Training vs. Experience

 
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Episode 311 – PM9 vs. Shield and Open Carry


Single stack, slim 9mm pistols that are pocketable seem to be the most popular self defense pistols on the market today. I own 2 very nice guns, the Kahr PM9 and the Shield 9mm. Both are superb. But Jon Payne and I have a difference of opinion as to which is best. So we analyze both of these little guns and also talk about open carry.

Links and show notes:
Jon Payne’s class schedule at Suarez International

 
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Episode 310 – Practice Simple Shooting Techniques

I’m back and this episode is about practicing at the range. I went to the range with Ben Branam to train and while we were on the way, we discussed our practice and training we intended to do.

Links and Show Notes:

Modern Self Protection Podcast

 
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Episode 309 – New Guns for 2015

Recently, Paul Lathrop of the Polite Society podcast attended Shot Show 2015. He got some great interviews with major manufacturers on what’s new for 2015. Plus I add my comments on each one.

Links:

Springfield Mod 2 Subcompact

S&W Threaded Barrel Kit

Glock MOS System

 
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Episode 308 – 1911 vs. Striker Fired Final Thoughts (voice mails too)

Finally, I conclude my thoughts on my 1911 vs. Stiker fired gun analysis. Also, some listeners called in a couple of interesting voice mails.

 
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