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Joe Weyer

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GC-130 Joe Weyer | Interacting with Law Enforcement

The MagLife

In this episode, I talk with seasoned Law Enforcement Officer Joe Weyer about interacting with an officer as a Concealed Carry License holder.

1hr 6mins

8 Jun 2020

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Civilian Carry Radio 138 – Joe Weyer US Army SO Vet, LEO owner of Weyer Tactical

Firearms Radio Network (All Shows)

This podcast focuses on the importance of the 2nd amendment, firearms safety, education, training and mindset. Our mission statement: Gun ownership is YOUR RIGHT, Safety and Education are YOUR RESPONSIBILITY I’m your host Baraka Ulrich James, along with my  co-host Allen Sams You the viewers make this program possible. You can contribute to the show … Continue reading "Civilian Carry Radio 138 – Joe Weyer US Army SO Vet, LEO owner of Weyer Tactical"

1hr 28mins

9 Apr 2020

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Civilian Carry Radio 138 – Joe Weyer US Army SO Vet, LEO owner of Weyer Tactical

Civilian Carry Radio

This podcast focuses on the importance of the 2nd amendment, firearms safety, education, training and mindset. Our mission statement: Gun ownership is YOUR RIGHT, Safety and Education are YOUR RESPONSIBILITY I’m your host Baraka Ulrich James, along with my  co-host Allen Sams You the viewers make this program possible. You can contribute to the show … Continue reading "Civilian Carry Radio 138 – Joe Weyer US Army SO Vet, LEO owner of Weyer Tactical"

1hr 28mins

9 Apr 2020

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From The Archives: Concealed Carry & Guns In the Home Around Kids with Joe Weyer Of Alliance Police Training

Practically Tactical Podcast

Welcome to Practically Tactical! Practically Tactical is the show where critical thinking meets every day carry. This show features a round table discussion on mindset, concealed carry, training and more with some of the best instructors, shooters and figures in the firearms industry.Be sure to visit our sponsors:Use Code “PracTac” and get 15% products over at http://www.BigTexOutdoors.ComUse code "PRACTAC5" and get 5% off all the products at http://www.fenixammo.comCheck out OpticsPlanet: http://bit.ly/1qMFtAzUse code "PracTac5" for 5% off your entire OpticsPlanet.com orderMAIN TOPICThe Gun Vaults Joe discussed on the podcast are listed here: https://vaulteksafe.com/ While you are checking out the show notes, please be sure to do all your Amazon shopping with our Amazon affiliate link. A small portion of your sale goes to supporting Practically Tactical!We really want your feedback here at Practically Tactical, please send any compliments, feedback, guest suggestions to nick@practicallytactical.com. Please give us a review on iTunes.Well as always guys and gals, thank you for tuning in and listening to us, as we greatly appreciate you guys and we’ll see you next week for another episode of Practically Tactical!

1hr 25mins

24 Mar 2020

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GC-133 Joe Weyer: Safe Rooms | Ideas and Why You Need One

The MagLife

In Gunfighter Cast Episode GC-133, Joe and I talk about planning for and constructing a safe room that could provide your family protection from a variety of threats.Photo Credit Global Security Experts Alliance Police TrainingTrain with me at shawstrategies.comFollow me on FacebookFollow me on Instagram

27mins

14 Mar 2017

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GC-132 Joe Weyer: Home Defense | Harden Your Home and Develop a Plan

The MagLife

In Gunfighter Cast Episode GC-132, Joe Weyer of Alliance Defense Training and I talk about developing a home defense plan and offer ways to harden your home based on historical criminal attacks and burglaries.Do you know what a good home defense plan looks like? Meyer recommends window and door preparation as well as an intentional layout of landscape and lighting. We also cover alarm systems and surveillance cameras.But beyond preparing the structure of your home against invasion, what do you do when an intruder is in your home? Have you trained with your firearm? Does everyone in your family know the drill for such an event? Do you know your state laws and how to coordinate with dispatch and the police who come to your assistance?Listen up and learn how to make your home defense plan.This podcast was originally published in January of 2017. Host: Daniel ShawGuest: Joe WeyerIntroduction/Timeline: Stephanie KimmellHome Defense | Harden Your Home and Develop a PlanTimeline1:08 Home Defense: When you hear that bump in the night and you realize that someone's broken into your home — do you know what to do?2:35 Where do you start?• You need to have a plan.·Consider the layout of your home. People who live in two-story homes will need a different plan than those who live in ranch-style homes.·Make sure your doors and locks are 'hardened', the windows are kept shut, and that you have a good alarm system. Even so, it's not difficult for invaders to breach any door.·If you're going to arm yourself, make sure you have training and are able to make decisions in defense of your family. Get yourself up to speed on the Use of Force laws in your state and be able to positively identify, for sure, whether or not the intruder is truly a bad guy. Make sure the firearm is stored properly and is easily accessible.PC: Rick T. Wilking/Getty Images4:47 How do you 'harden' a window?·Make sure that the locks are in good repair and are engaged. Often, windows may be shut but not locked due to forgetfulness or even swelling that resulted from humidity.·Put film on the windows, it can help resist when someone tries to break the glass. If installed properly, the film functions to keep the glass together instead of shattering. The film offers other benefits in the case of natural disasters as well by the same function.6:36 Maintain the landscaping and lighting around your house. Bad guys like dark, shadowy areas where they can lurk undetected.Image Source: Safewise.·Keep a clean perimeter around your house so the neighbors can have a clear view from the street.·Thorny bushes by the windows aren't really effective at discouraging invaders. They can easily be cut away and most people trim them a bit away from the house anyway, providing a space for the intruder to take cover.7:37 How do you set up a good lighting system?·Look at other houses and take note — you can tell the ones that are well-lit.·Landscaping lights set around the house are effective, and they don't have to cost a lot of money. Some are solar powered, and LED lights are more cost effective than mercury lights.·Mount the lights high so they illuminate the perimeter of your house, and can't be easily knocked out.8:54 How do you 'harden' doors? Make it so difficult that they give up or realize that they've made so much noise that they abandon the effort.·Replace wooden doors with steel doors.·Switch the door from inward-opening to outward-opening. Doing so alleviates the ability for an intruder to just kick the door in, even if it's set in a wood frame. With set up, they have to bring tools — it's a deterrent. It's also going to be noisier.·If it isn't an option to switch your door from a push door to a pull door, the two screws in the strike plate are the only barrier between the intruder and you. With standard doors, the screws are small and all the bad guy has to ...

44mins

13 Mar 2017

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GC-131 Joe Weyer: Firearm Safety in the Home | Take Heed.

The MagLife

In Gunfighter Cast episode GC-131, Joe and I discuss firearms safety in the home for the defensive owner, but the concepts also apply to any type of owner of firearms.Alliance Police TrainingTrain with me at shawstrategies.comFollow me on FacebookFollow me on Instagram

42mins

12 Mar 2017