Rob Pincus from I.C.E. Training was on Talk of the Nation on NPR yesterday along with Walter Kim, a national correspondent at The New Republic, to discuss the topic of drawing your gun, the moment and the aftermath.
The show description is as follows:
In the debate on gun control, self-protection and the protection of others are commonly cited justifications for gun ownership. NPR’s Neal Conan talks with guests about what happens when a person draws a gun on another individual.
I thought this talk was interesting because NPR isn’t known for being particularly pro-gun, and (I’m guessing) reaches a lot of non-gun owners. I thought the show was more than fair, and had several people call in with their experience in presenting a firearm (both handguns and rifles) for self-defense.
Rob did a great job teaching on this topic and representing the gun community as a whole. You can listen to the radio show here.