Review: PDN One Handed Survival Shooting While instructional DVD’s are not a suitable replacement for in person instruction, they do fill an important niche in the firearms training community serving as a method to transfer an introductory level of information at a comparatively low price. For those that have previous exposure to the material, they […]
This past Mother’s Day, religious organizations across Rhode Island took a very literal interpretation of the phrase “swords into plowshares.” All across the Ocean State spiritual leaders blessed decommissioned firearms that would soon be melted down and transformed into garden tools. “This is about controlling and regulating guns and abolishing the sale of weapons of […]
Pulling, squeezing, or pressing, it is all about the proper manipulation of the “bang button” when you are trying to put more shots on target in accurate fashion. When I was teaching the NRA Pistol Course at my local range, my favorite part was instructing my students on the fundamentals. That is where the shooter’s […]
I was pulled over last weekend for driving a stolen vehicle. It wasn’t actually stolen, it was mine … registered to my name. But, for some reason when the police officer ran my plate number it came up as a stolen vehicle from a different state. I don’t know how all this works, but this […]
Are you getting the total benefit from all those hours in advanced classes and out on the range? On a recent Concealed Carry Podcast Episode 221, we presented another Case of The Week from Attorney Andrew Branca. In the case, STEPHEN D. RANKIN v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA, an officer appealed his first-degree manslaughter conviction on […]
Additionally using a magazine filled with dummy rounds more closely replicates the weight of your loaded firearm for more realistic practice. And dummy rounds in the magazine keep the slide from locking to the rear while you practice clearing stoppages and performing magazine reloads.