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Rob Pincus on NPR’s Talk of the Nation

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.


2 Responses to Rob Pincus on NPR’s Talk of the Nation

  1. Psydr February 7, 2013 at 1:24 am #

    Actually, I listen to NPR every day, and they approach all topics fairly and honestly. There is a strange misconception out there regarding NPR. Maybe they were more liberal or Democratic back in the day, but I’ve been an every day listener for many years now and find their information to be very unbiased.

    • Rock February 9, 2013 at 3:14 pm #

      People say the same thing about Fox News. While I agree NPR is one of the “better” mainstream news sources they are still bought out by foreign interest groups that have the same agenda as the others (CNN, NBC, CBS, FOX, ABC etc.).