During a life-threatening encounter, the body and mind can react in a variety of ways. In this episode of Tips & Tactics, sponsored by Cabela's Outdoor Fund, Applied Firearms Defense Skills instructors Cat and Whitney Potgeter outline these physiological and psychological responses and explain how each could impact your ability to protect yourself. While it's impossible to prepare for every situation or predict exactly how we will respond, a training plan that simulates real-life scenarios can help. Ultimately, the key to surviving a life-threatening confrontation is the determination to persevere, prevail and never give up.
Tips & Tactics instructors Cat & Whitney Potgeter explain how the body and mind respond to life-threatening confrontations.
January 14th, 2016Cat & Whitney Potgeter: What to Practice at the Range
Cat and Whitney Potgeter demonstrate a variety of drills to practice at the range that will improve your self-defense shooting skills.
January 14th, 2016Cat & Whitney Potgeter: Rights with Responsibility
Mother and daughter instructors Cat and Whitney explain why exercising our Second Amendment right to bear arms comes with great responsibility.
January 14th, 2016Cat & Whitney Potgeter: Defensive Shooting Techniques
Cat and Whitney Potgeter demonstrate three defensive shooting techniques that can be utilized at different distances.
January 14th, 2016Cat & Whitney Potgeter: Common Kneeling Positions
Applied Firearms Defense Skills instructors Cat and Whitney demonstrate three kneeling positions that can be used in self-defense shooting scenarios.
January 14th, 2016Cat & Whitney Potgeter: Carry When Ready
NRA-certified instructors Cat and Whitney Potgeter discuss how to decide if you're ready to carry concealed.