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Concealed Carrier Highlights the Defensive Display of a Firearm | Active Self Protection

In the Dominican Republic, these kinds of motorcycle bandits are common, and this defensive display of a firearm kept things from escalating! What are the laws like in your state for a concealed carrier to display a defensive firearm? If you value what we do at ASP, would you consider becoming an ASP Patron Member to support the work it takes to make the narrated videos like this defensive display of a firearm? gives the details. Want to learn more? There are 8 additional lessons, 3 class starters for instructors, and links to more information about this defensive display of a firearm on our website: Attitude. Skills. Plan. (music in the outro courtesy of Bensound at Copyright Disclaimer. Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.


wagwan6248 says:

What a boss

Gumption1111 says:

I lived for a time Colombia, it's actually illegal for two males to ride tandem on a motorcycle as it is the preferred method for assasinations.

David Diaz says:

Did it all in rythm

BuckGreywolfe says:

'Brandishing' is the non-verbal warning to get the fuck out.
Beats yelling on deaf ears

Know Yourself says:

I do not carry one in the chamber, unless i know the environment i am going in could have potential threats. However, for the most part like this man i am usually aware of my surroundings(not all the time obviously), so i will continue to not carry one in the chamber. I do understand why many people have one in the head and i respect it.

el trapo says:

I was always told that the safety on a gun is something that "can and will fail", so I'd like to ask your opinion; what is the risk of having a round chambered with safety on? is there a possibility that a round could go off in an altercation from lets say being slammed on the ground, thus injuring yourself or an innocent? I am asking because i have been involved in many fights where the use of a firearm wasn't necessary, and it would be a shame if having one just in case led to an accidental discharge.

Jeff Kenway says:

love watching your videos, I didn't know you lived in Arizona so do I, do you have any classes I can take if so where are you located?

theomnipresent1 says:

Beautiful textbook situational awareness!

Abdou Algiruani says:

prepare for the worst and pray for the best.

Yadir Gomez says:

Nice to see a happy ending video. I don't like being a victim of crime.


thats awsome fuck those stick up boys should of shot them

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