EPISODE 35

John’s lessons from watchIng 17,000 fIghts

Feb 15, 2019 | Podcast | 1 comment

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John Correia runs Active Self Protection (ASP), a massive YouTube channel analyzing self defense encounters from all over the world. He’s taken notes on 17,000 gunfights caught on camera, and he’s going to share some of those lessons with us in tonight’s episode. Link to John’s video discussed in the show here.

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1 Comment

  1. Barry Stanaland

    In the end, police or not, we’re all human and want to make it home to family at the end of the day. I personally and I’m awe of law enforcement and the sacrifice they make for me and my family

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