Self-Defense Tips and Training from 'The Best Defense'
The hosts of 'The Best Defense' have years of experience training people in firearm, knife, and unhanded self-defense, and look to share that knowledge in order to keep people safe
1. A Field Gun Recommendation
What is a “perfect packing pistol” (PPP) to carry when hikingout in woods? Michael talks about his 2-inch round-butt Ruger Redhawk.
2. Office Defense Strategies
In The Best Defense video“Tacticsto Help You Survive an Active ShooterSituation”, we looked at differentscenarios where an individual decided to takedown his previous colleagues. Inthis video, Michael Janich goes through some ofthe considerations and stepsyou can take to prepare yourself for a similarsituation.
3. Contact-Distance Weapon Techniques
Mike Seeklander and Michael Janich demonstrate empty hand andknife techniques in a contact distance defense.
4. Understanding Wall Penetration in aHome
If you fire a gun inside your home, how far will certainbulletspenetrate into other rooms?
5. Flashlight Techniques to ImproveYour Self Defense
Michael Janich and Mike Seeklander take you through the useof a handheld flashlight with or without a handgun in aself-defense situation.
6. Using a Firearm as a StrikingWeapon
There are situations where shooting an assailant is not anoption such as in crowded areas where innocent bystanders can be hit. MikeSeeklander shows you how to use the firearm as a striking object.
7. Setting Up a Baby Stroller for SelfDefense
How to select and set up a baby stroller for self-defense.The goal is to always make your weapon system easily accessible.
8. Home-Defense AR Training Tips
In The Best Defense video "Havea Plan If Someone Is Trailing You Home", you saw Mike Seeklanderuse an AR defending his home and family from intruders. Here is the completetraining segment to show how to prep and train for this situation.
9. The Punch and Cut Knife Tactic
There are situations where a knife is your only self-defensetool.Michael Janich talks about using a knife whenyou become a victim of multipleattacks.
10. Using a Weapon Mounted Light
Mike Seeklander gives you some tips on the use of andtraining withweapon lights.
11. Self-Defense Tips for the Elderlyand Disabled
When criminals look for victims, they look for the weakestthey can find. If you are disabled or elderly, you are more than twice as likelyto be targeted then if you’re able-bodied. However, not being optimal, does notmean you can’t respond optimally.
12. Air Guns and Their Usefulness in aDisaster Situation
MichaelJanich of The Best Defense talks about variousair guns that and their usefulness during different disasterscenarios.
13. Practice One-Handed Shooting
Rob Pincus and Michael Janich show you practice drills forone-handedshooting.