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If you are witness to bank robbery, what should one do? And tips and tactics with pepper spray and stun guns are demonstrated. (20:00)
We've reached the last day of the course and Bill and his team give their final farewells. And later - it's been a few months since the course, we follow up with the students to hear how this training has impacted their lives. Join us for a very special good bye to Bill and his students at Tac Pro.
The last of our nine students comes to learn a few things in personal defense. Get tips on things you should keep in mind to preserve safety when moving to a new community. And later, it's out to the range for a men vs. women competition.
We'll take a closer look at one of Bill Davison's better-known assistant instructors, Chris Bird. Then, Ruger Firearms has been making guns for more nearly half a century, but how do they do it? Later, three more students take their big test in the scenario challenge.
Andy Villa is a clean cut, young man from a nice neighborhood in Rochester, NY. Andy has a great job, a great home, and he's in the best shape of his life - how could he ever be the target of crime? We'll hear Andy's story and learn why he's here at Tac Pro. The students are nearing the end of their training, and many are starting to show their new found confidence, but are they really as ready as they think? Bill Davison and his team still have more tricks up their sleeves - as Andy's introduce to the ultimate challenge, a real life attack scenario complete with body armor, paint balls, and guns. Will he make it out alive?
Lynn Forssell is a senior citizen that lives alone on a quiet ranch outside of Vacaville, CA. Recently the target of a mentally unstable stalker, Lynn's had to make a decision to give up her pacifist upbringing, and try to master the arm of armed defense. But will her age prevent her from fulfilling her quest? And if you are a senior citizen, can you safely and accurately operate a firearm? On this episode we'll explore what steps you can take to over come nearly any handicap.
Laurie Dishman was the victim of rape aboard a cruise line by a member of the staff. Now, four-years later, Laurie's come to Tac Pro to finally take the defensive course she hasn't had time to take. But what has kept Laurie so busy? She's been fighting to change the cruise industry laws in Washington. Bill Davison takes the class off the range and puts them into the gym for a little hand-to-hand combat. Students learn how to get the upper hand in a close quarter fight. How will they do?
We're finally going to meet the Tac Pro instructor, Bill Davison. Bill tells us about his past, his experience, and what's motivated him to become a firearms instructor. Also, Ruger's own, Ken Jorgensen, joins Bill as they meet with students one-on-one to discuss firearms, and what steps the students as well as you at home, can take when deciding which handgun will be right for you. And finally, we're midway through the course with some of the biggest challenges still ahead. The students look back on their progress, and express their feelings for the new challenges that still lay ahead.
The story of Sarah Minsent, a victim of violence who is afraid of guns.
Michelle Raskey and Laurie Dishman (the Sac-Sisters) have been friends since the age of five. After enduring a catastrophic situation on a popular cruise line, both of their lives have been changed forever. Now, four years later, Michelle's fearful that the same thing that happened to her best friend could happen to her own daughters. And just like with Laurie, she won't be able to do anything about it. On a mission to empower herself and protect her loved ones, Michelle is determined to succeed, but with a small handicap, she quickly discovers she's having trouble finding her aim. Can the Tac Pro Team help her before the course is up?
Mari Carlson has been shooting guns for more than three years and obtained her CCW permit more than two years ago. She practices her sights on the range nearly every week and often finds the target every time. The question is, if she's so good, why is she here? Bill Davison and his Tac Pro Team get the class moving and shooting on the range but find many of the students revert back to their old problems. Will Mari have any trouble herself with her years of training, or will she too have trouble with her aim?
The victim of a hate crime, Timothy Leon learns to fight back at the Tac Pro Shooting Center.
Radio show host Howie Drummond goes through the Tac Pro Shooting Center because of problems with stalkers.
We meet the nine students and instructors at the Tac Pro Shooting Center in Texas.