DENNIS ANDERSON AND THE DAWN OF THE OFFICER SURVIVAL MOVEMENT
Denny Anderson was “in at the beginning” of the Officer Survival training movement in the early 1970s, which in turn was the seedbed for much of what is now doctrine for law-abiding armed citizens. Joining with Chuck Remsberg, Tom McTernan, and Ron Adams, he co-wrote the timeless “Street Survival” book, and he and Remsberg created the Caliber PressStreet Survival Seminars which still exist today.
Go back to the roots as Denny tells us how things were then…and how much they’ve changed for the better since.
And we’re back… This time with a new introduction from Glock. Mas and Gail made a rare visit to the Glock factory in Smyrna, GA. They got to shoot the long-awaited Glock 43 well before the announcement. They held to the non-disclosure agreement, which would have allowed them to talk about it on 3/20/15, but when someone else jumped the gun, Glock took the legal leash off, so here’s the story early.
Gail and Mas shot heck out of the Glock 43, and shot it side by side with the Glock 42 .380 and the Glock 26 9mm. They got a briefing from multiple Glock executives involved in the project, including Dr. Michael Jacquorie, senior executive vice president. You’ll hear about the gun from the Glock insiders themselves, and get a rare look inside the Glock factory in Smyrna, GA.
In this Episode Mas interviews Anthony Colandro the owner of Gun For Hire in Woodland Hills, New Jersey. If you ever find yourself in the New York / New Jersey metropolitan area you really should check them out. In the meantime you can listen to Anthony and Sandy on Gun for Hire Radio.
We present two from the vault for this episode. First part is a conversation with a young shooter named Lee Willis and his family that we met about 2 years ago, he has continued to compete and excel since we recorded the interview.
The second segment is about a training aid that we have had for a few years now. This interview is even more timely now than when we recorded it last year since ammo has become harder to find and much more expensive. The iMarksman is a great alternative when you just can’t practice live fire. Gail talks with Andrey Safanyuk about training with the iMarksman.
We are cross-posting an episode of the Road Gunner Podcast here because this one was a joint effort with ProArms when we visited Nighthawk Custom (OK, Unnamed Trucker did do all the recording and editing work). You can catch his podcasts here at http://roadgunnerpodcast.com/
This year it have been particularly difficult getting the podcasts posted, not for lack of good material but for lack of time to be able to sit down at the computer. This podcast was made possible with a lot of editing help from our friend Miguel. Okay, he did all the editing. You may know Miguel from his blog; The Gun Free Zone or from Concealed Carry Magazine, or all the other places he haunts on the internet, we owe him tons of thanks for helping us to get back on track. Thanks Miggy!
This podcast was recorded at a Continuing Legal Education class in Washington presented by ACLDN CLE page.
Links from the show:
Larry Hickey Case http://armedcitizensnetwork.org/images/stories/Hickey%20Booklet.pdf