Back when I lived in the Ocean State, I trained with David Kenik (a.k.a., the rabbi) of Armed Response [above]. He shared his vast knowledge of the practice and philosophy of armed self-defense, and inspired my work for Americans’ gun rights. At the same time, I trained with Army vet Wayne Buettner, formerly of The American Firearms School, now pursuing a business degree. Wayne taught me shooting basics with calm, concise and insightful instruction. Who do you want to thank for your firearms instruction, what did they teach you and what made them special?