Grant Stinchfield and veteran Navy SEAL and NRA Carry Guard instructor, Eddie Penney discuss why having a concealed carry permit is much more than having a piece of paper. There is a responsibility that comes along with possessing that piece of paper. NRA Carry Guard courses “give that CCW permit some backing and validity.”
Eddie recently instructed the inaugural NRA Carry Guard Basic course in Texas this past weekend at Crossfire Defense Academy. Eddie explains both the experienced shooters and the less experienced who took the course benefited because this course focuses on the basics and no matter your level of experience with a firearm, the best do the basics better.
NRA Carry Guard Daily airs live on NRATV Monday through Friday at 12:30 p.m. Central, 1:30 p.m. Eastern. Past episodes are available on NRA Carry Guard and on NRATV.
Chip Eberhart of Top Shot Academy went through an NRA Carry Guard force-on-force exercise and although armed, made the choice to stand down and not engage with the armed robbers.
In an attack, you have just seconds to react. Criminals have the element of surprise, but you can train to be able to overcome that advantage. Former U.S. Secret Service Agent and NYPD Police officer Dan Bongino knows this reality all too well.