If you carry a gun for self-defense, you should also carry an individual first aid kit (IFAK). One of the leading causes of death is bleeding out, making a tourniquet the most important item in your IFAK. Knowing how to apply the tourniquet is also critical. Caleb Causey of Lone Star Medics demonstrates how to apply a tourniquet to an arm or leg and offers tips for efficient tourniquet employment based on his extensive field experience.
During self-defense preparation, we want to integrate concepts that apply to both armed and unarmed situations. What techniques should we spend time training to deal with the human weapon system? PDN Managing Editor Rob Pincus sits down with Dr. Robert Smith of the Direct Action Medical Network, who discusses the concept of self-defense pressure points.Watch Now >>
Practicing your drawstroke with your hands always in the same position will make you faster and more consistent on the range, but it may be setting you up for faiurel in the real world. Rob Pincus demonstrates an alternative that may make a lethal encounter more survivable.Watch Now >>
PDN is pleased to welcome back to the PDN Training Tour the company formerly known as Viridian Green Laser but now known as Viridian Weapon Technologies. The name change has come about because Viridian has expanded their line to include lights and numerous other accessories. Viridian Weapon Technologies has also introduced FACT (Fast Access CameraWatch Now >>
Packing a wound means putting clean gauze or gauze impregnated with a hemostatic agent down into a wound, particularly a gunshot wound, in the training environment or the real-world self-defense environment. Practice Techniques Have you ever practiced packing a wound? It’s something you should try, and there’s an easy way to do it with aWatch Now >>