Tagged: self defense

#20-Rob Pincus of I.C.E. Training on School Attacker Response

Rob Pincus of I.C.E. Training Company talks about their newly-developed School Attacker Response Course, which is being offered for free by a coalition of professional personal defense instructors to public school faculty and staff in order to give them practical alternatives to the "Hide & Hope" strategies that are commonly being provided. Rob is also the managing editor of the Personal Defense Network and developer of the Combat Focus Shooting program.

To learn more or find an instructor in your area, visit SchoolAttackerResponse.com. I offer it throughout the San Francisco Bay area of California through my training company, Bolt Defense.

If you’re interested in becoming an instructor for this course, please see the I.C.E. Training Calendar for dates and locations.

School Attacker Response Course Logo

#19-Brannon Schell of NorCal MedTac on Medical & Defensive Training

Paramedic and emergency medicine & shooting instructor Brannon Schell of NorCal MedTac talks about emergency medicine & defensive firearm training for civilians.

He also co-hosts California Gun Talk, a radio show that airs every Wednesday from 7–9pm on KSCO and streaming live online.

Products we talked about

NorCal MedTac’s Emergency Medical Blow-Out Kit, which contains a C-A-T Tourniquet, QuikClot Combat Gauze, Regular Gauze, NPA (size 28) w/Lube, CPR Mask, and a Hyfin Chest Seal

QuickClot Combat Gauze

Oral IV electrolyte rapid rehydration fluid from Warrior Wound Care – info link buy link

Here’s an overview of NorCal MedTac’s Defensive Medicine 101 class from Zombie Tactics

#15-Rory Miller/Chiron Training Interview

Author and self defense instructor Rory Miller of Chiron Training talks about training, self defense, violence dynamics, conflict communications, martial arts, liability, identity, and the seven things he thinks are essential for effective self defense training.

Miller’s books include Facing Violence: Preparing for the Unexpected (which I personally consider required reading for life), Force Decisions: A Citizen’s Guide – Understanding How Police Determine Appropriate Use of Force, Meditations on Violence: A Comparison of Martial Arts Training & Real World Violence, Talking Them Through: Crisis Communications with the Emotionally Disturbed and Mentally Ill. You can find these and others on Amazon and SmashWords. He also blogs at chirontraining.blogspot.com and writes for USCCA‘s Concealed Carry magazine.