Lessons from Un-Armed America

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Continuing in the groundbreaking format of "Lessons from Armed America" (co-written with Mark Walters and Kathy Jackson) "Lessons from UN-armed America" brings everyday self-defense stories to life. Mark Walters tells the story and Rob Pincus (one of the world's greatest personal defense trainers) follows it with analysis and commentary. You will learn from the experiences of others and, with the benefit of hindsight and many years of study and experience, the lessons you take away from this work may one day save...
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Overview

Continuing in the groundbreaking format of "Lessons from Armed America" (co-written with Mark Walters and Kathy Jackson) "Lessons from UN-armed America" brings everyday self-defense stories to life. Mark Walters tells the story and Rob Pincus (one of the world's greatest personal defense trainers) follows it with analysis and commentary. You will learn from the experiences of others and, with the benefit of hindsight and many years of study and experience, the lessons you take away from this work may one day save your life.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781618080776
  • Publisher: White Feather Press LLC
  • Publication date: 6/12/2013
  • Pages: 190
  • Sales rank: 630,407
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Rob Pincus is a teacher who has been active in the firearms and personal defense industry for over 20 years. He owns and operates I.C.E. Training Company and is the developer of the Combat Focus® Shooting Program. He has produced over 75 Training DVDs with Personal Defense Network™, written several other books including Combat Focus Shooting: Evolution 2010 and Counter Ambush and taught courses at scores of locations across the United States and Europe.

Mark Walters is the nationally syndicated host of the Armed American Radio broadcast distributed by Salem Radio Network and co-author of "Lessons from Armed America" with Kathy Jackson. Mark's regular column, "One to the Head" can be read in the Delta Defense, LLC publication, Concealed Carry Magazine. Mark has discussed the right to bear arms as a guest on national television programs as well as too many local and national radio broadcasts to count. He has appeared as a guest speaker on the subject at several venues including the Second Amendment March in Washington, D.C. and the Gun Rights Policy Conference. Mark can be reached at aarradio@gmail.com

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