Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster discuss Ready Positions and Target Acquisition Efficiency, and how we can practice it in dry fire. This concept was recently featured on the latest Shooter Ready Challenge.
Chances are, you have heard someone say, ‘complacency kills!’ But this statement isn’t meant for us to take literally… right? Well, I actually think complacency can lead to tragic outcomes. Therefore, we should guard against it in all aspects of our lives. Complacency is common: Complacency is insidious and creeps up without us recognizing it. […]
If you conduct any dry fire practice as part of your firearm training, a little-known product called BarrelBl should find its way into your Christmas Stocking this year. Why the need? I won’t bore you with a rant about how vital dry fire practice is. But, suffice to say, we’ve published numerous posts on the […]
As far as semi-automatic handguns go, the 1911 is the only one that truly earns the title ‘iconic.’ it or not, the gun designed by John Moses Browning continues to be the favorite handgun for people across the globe. But just because people like it, does it mean the gun is a good everyday […]
Close family or spousal relationships can be challenging to navigate at times. Recently I spe with a young man who had just turned 21 and was getting into concealed carry. He told me that his parents were adamantly against him carrying a handgun. The young man didn’t live with his parents but respected their opinions […]
If you live in South Carolina and like to shoot, you may have wondered if you can shoot your firearm in your backyard. I’ll try to give some guidance on this. First things, first. The context of this article has to do with shooting recreationally. If you’re defending yourself or someone else on your property, […]