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First Ever Wisconsin CCW Defensive Gun Use Caught on Camera

This video shows the first-ever defensive gun use by a CCW permit holder in Wisconsin. His gun fight shows us some significant Active Self Protection​ lessons! 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 CCW gun fight? gives the details. Want to learn more? There are 8 additional lessons, 3 class starters for instructors, and links to more information about this CCW gun fight 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.


Ronald Hinton says:

Anyone else amazed at what we never see on the NEWS?

John Smith says:

Safety was on. Another reason to own a Glock. That could have cost him his life. He needs more time at the range. Easy shot missed. But he gets a participation medal for engaging.

Eat At Joe's says:

tl;dr Little Bill was right.

"Our defender" aka "the guy failing to engage at 1:36, failing with the safety at 1:38, missing what he's shooting at at 1:40, then failing to work the exit gate at 1:42, before holstering his weapon."

The fact that he's not dead is 100% thanks to the criminal at 1:39 panicking worse than he is, not even bothering to aim as he was running away from a guy fumbling with the safety on his weapon.

Mark Davis says:

John, I saw this originally in October 2016. Took a look again and it made me realize that this and all your collection of ASP videos are phenomenal, valuable, and timeless.

Steve Holman says:

From this video, we don't really know for sure why the defender was not able to put a shot on target at first. Maybe no round in the chamber, maybe safety not disengaged, who knows. The point is he drove the attacker off. I don't always carry with a round in the chamber, and in the heat of the moment, it could make a difference, but I get to decide whether it is worth the risk of an accidental discharge that might hurt or kill me or some innocent bystander, not you. Let's say you always carry with a round in the chamber and you drop your gun and some kid picks it up and pulls the trigger. How do you feel now about carrying with a round in the chamber? Or, you always have a round in the chamber and your grandchild finds your gun on the night stand beside your bed. The child might easily pull the trigger and hit themself or another innocent bystander, but if the child had to rack the slide first, it probably wouldn't have happened. You have to weigh your safety and ability to react in an instant against the chance that the gun might fire when you wouldn't want it to.

Sorrow 626 says:

Stuttering Stanley stuttering Stanley

Sorrow 626 says:

this dude really has a hard-on for concealing weapons

Gary Schoenberger says:

Keep a round ready to fire🇺🇸

john doe says:

Love seeing Wisconsin residents using CCW effectively, lived in Wisco my whole life so i know the issues with crime, especially in mill. Good shit

المشاعر says:

I would have just stood in front of my wife with an additional barrier from maybe one of those pallets of canned goods, while gripping my pocket pistol ready to go if the robber began to walk over in our direction…..Then I would have feed his ass lead sleeping pills…. No need to do anything extra while the crook is trying to escape, ALDI's food store can easily take a small financial hit like that and still survive without a blink of an eye.

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