Silver Visibility and Eclectic Media Productions Client Rob Pincus Advises Keeping Gun Safes in Children's Closets

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Silver Visibility and Eclectic Media Productions client Rob Pincusspoke at the 142nd NRA Annual Meeting and caught everyone's attention with some controversial remarks. At the convention, Pincus stated that if an intruder were in the house, "If I'm going to go to the kid anyway, and I have an extra gun and an extra safe, why not put it in their closet?"

Silver Visibility and Eclectic Media Productions client Rob Pincus, I.C.E. Firearms Training Company owner, spoke at the 142nd NRA Annual Meeting and caught everyone's attention with some controversial remarks. At the convention, Pincus stated that if an intruder were in the house, "If I'm going to go to the kid anyway, and I have an extra gun and an extra safe, why not put it in their closet?" This statement raised a lot of eyebrows during his seminar, but Pincus suggests that because parents run instinctively to their children's bedroom when they fear a home invasion, they might as well store a gun in their children's bedroom.

Pincus is the owner at I.C.E. Training Company, that develops, teaches and consults on training for military, law enforcement, private security and others interested in developing efficient firearms, tactical operations and defensive skills. During the NRA Annual Meeting, Pincus covered "Defensive Shooting Skill Development" and "Home Defense Fundamentals."

Thousands of NRA Members attended the Annual Meeting and over 550 exhibitors covered the exhibit hall space. Home defense was a focus of this year's NRA annual members meeting and Pincus' seminar on "Home Defense Concepts" was one of the well-attended offerings. NRA Membership is geared towards owning firearms for potential defensive use. The NRA meeting was held at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas from May 3-5, 2013.

About Rob Pincus: Owner of the I.C.E. Training Company, that develops, teaches and consults on training for military, law enforcement, private security and others interested in developing efficient firearms, tactical operations and defensive skills. He is also the developer of the "School Attacker Response Course", a program meant for teachers and students to provide options for fighting back against an armed school attacker. Furthermore, Pincus is the developer of the Personal Firearms Defense Video series, which has over 60 titles and has shipped over 4 million copies since 2005. For more information about Rob Pincus, please visit: http://www.icetraining.us

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