Defensive Strategies, LLC In the Media
01/31/2017 Robert Cormier of Defensive Strategies holds the new P320 at the company’s firearm classroom in Manchester. It has a polymer frame and the grip, trigger assembly, barrel and other mechanism can be switched out to change caliber or made it accessible to add-ons like lights or a silencer, but most importantly to change its overall size. CLICK THE PICTURE FOR FULL ARTICLE.
Our Chief Instructor, Bob Boilard escorting Rand Paul through a local gun show in Concord NH.
Tune in every Wednesday morning at 9:00 AM when Bob Boilard, Chief Instructor and owner of Defensive Strategies, offers valuable insight about how NOT to be a victim, through understanding situational awareness and home safety strategies. Listen live every Wednesday morning or listen to the archives below.
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Defensive Strategies on New England Cable News
Closer Look at the AR-15 after the Orlando shooting at the Pulse night club.
Broadcasting from Radio Row for the 2016 Presidential Primary with Lori Lynn Greene.
Interviewing Congressman Jim Himes of Connecticut campaigning for Hillary Clinton
Defensive Strategies, LLC in the New York Times
Reaching Across the Gun Divide in New Hampshire - New York Times Article
MANCHESTER, N.H. — “A gun is a tool,” said the instructor to his class on a snowy Saturday morning in downtown Manchester. He was teaching 24 women how to safely carry, clean, load and aim a handgun. Later they were going to a range to learn to shoot.
No, I thought. A gun is a weapon. A screwdriver is a tool. You can kill with it, but mostly you open paint cans.
I could tell you the guy was wrong, but I’d rather just say: I disagreed. Because to me he is not an abstraction or an adversary — he’s Bob. Robert Boilard, an N.R.A.-certified instructor at the Londonderry Fish and Game Club. He and fellow club members opened their doors to me and a colleague, and over two long days, in the clubhouse, in the classroom and on the range, we talked, shot some and got to know one another. [READ MORE]
Why People Own Guns in New Hampshire - New York Times Video Channel
Seasoned gun owners and new shooters talk about why they take the right to own a gun seriously. [WATCH VIDEO BELOW OR CLICK HERE]
Defensive Strategies, LLC doing Active Shooter Workshop for the New Hampshire Union Leader
Surviving a gunman's attack is on the minds of many!
MANCHESTER — More people are thinking about the unthinkable: A gunman storming their office, shooting them and their co-workers.
This is the legacy of San Bernardino.
“My friends were talking about it. ‘What would you do?' ” said Mary Williams, a manager at Coldwell Banker in Laconia.
“It's especially impactful this was a holiday party for the office,” she said of the San Bernardino shooting Dec. 2 that killed 14 and injured 22. “It got people thinking. It felt pretty close to home.”
But some people are fighting back: learning how to better prepare for an active shooter or learning how to handle a gun. - See more at: http://www.unionleader.com/Surviving-a-gunmans-attack-is-on-the-minds-of-many#sthash.BqEGSU0a.dpuf
New Hampshire Union Leader Article
The armed citizen: Gun ownership on the rise
In 2009, the first year of Barack Obama's presidency, the number of civilian firearms in the U.S. hit 310 million, according to the Congressional Research Service, exceeding the U.S. population for the first time. Gun sales have not slowed since.
In 2013, the last year of official data from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, there were about 357 million civilian firearms in the U.S. Responding to consumer demand, gun manufacturers have doubled their annual production, from 5.6 million in 2009 to nearly 11 million in 2013. - See more at: http://www.unionleader.com/The-armed-citizen-Gun-ownership-on-the-rise#sthash.2nxOIhAE.dpuf
Denmark Radio Interview on Radio24|seven Radio
On February 10th 2016, Christine Randa, a journalist at the Danish radiostation Radio24seven contacted Defensive Strategies, LLC about doing a radio interview about women and guns in the United States. They were particular interested in the Bad Ass Dive's class that we offer.
"We would really love to talk to a representative from Defensive Strategies today. Would that be possible?"
At 5:00 PM on February 10th 2016 we were live on air in Denmark discussing women and guns and why so many women are buying guns.
NH Politics with John Burt - Guest Bob Boilard
Published on July 5, 2016
Published on May 5, 2013
New Hampshire Politics with John Burt: Guest Bob Boilard (an NRA Training Counselor) and owner of Defensive Strategies, LLC talks with John about personal security, firearm instruction and the NRA Refuse to be a Victim program. The Refuse to be a Victim seminar includes classroom instruction on a variety of crime prevention strategies, which includes criminal psychology, automobile crimes, cyber crime and much more. Strategies include home security, carjack avoidance techniques, cyber safety, and use of personal safety devices such as pepper spray, stun guns, tazers and more. This NRA course focuses on proactive courses of action, rather than reactive. Criminals prefer easy targets. By making yourself more difficult to prey upon, you lessen your risk of criminal attack. That means having a personal safety strategy in place before you need it.
Rock, Paper, Hand Grenades (7/6/16) w/Robert Boilard and Jim Eldridge
On Air at "Gerard-At-Large" with Rep. John Burt & Bob Boilard 08/05/2013
(Hour 1c) Rep. John Burt and Bob Boilard (an NRA Training Counselor) and owner of Defensive Strategies, LLC came in to talk about the Refuse to be a Victim Program. Get the details on an important program that helps individuals stay safe in their homes.
Defensive Strategies, LLC - Refuse to be a Victim Seminar
Published on Sep 9, 2013
This NRA Refuse to be a Victim Seminar focuses on proactive courses of action, rather than reactive. Criminals prefer easy targets. By making yourself more difficult to prey upon, you lessen your risk of criminal attack. That means having a personal safety strategy in place before you need it. Produced by GoffstownToday.com