Should you carry a handheld light (HHL) or weapon-mounted light (WML)? The answer is surprisingly simple-get both. Each light has a place and purpose. Using one type of light when the other is appropriate can be very dangerous. If you want to continue reading, I’m happy to explain the justification behind my recommendation. Basic Requirements […]
Articles about basic and advanced firearm training. Draw technique, marksmanship, laser simulated, dry fire, range, and much more.
Our homes provide us and our families with a security that we otherwise would not have. But even the best home security measures are not effective 100% of the time. There are lots of talks about which guns are best for home defense. And not diminishing the importance of those topics, how you respond is […]
Carrying around a gun is already a little uncomfortable. Carrying around extra magazines is even complicated… but how important is it to have extra ammunition. How many rounds do you need to stop a threat?
When you take instruction from different firearms trainers, you’re likely to hear different philosophies on how to do something. So how do you know what to do when both instructors are well respected? Different Instructors, Different Fundamentals: I had the opportunity to speak with many attendees of our 3-day firearm training event called the 2021 […]
Today, Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster discuss the “secret” to being both accurate AND fast at shooting. We talk about one method for being able to develop the physical skill necessary to achieve this in dry fire practice, and this method was recently featured on the latest Shooter Ready Challenge.
Today, Riley Bowman and Bryan Eastridge, Host of the Off Duty / On Duty Podcast, take on a topic that can be controversial at times…just how fast do you need to draw? And how do we properly prioritize our training and practice time to gain the most benefit?