Think about your daily routine. How often do people come inside your reactionary gap? Depending on circumstances, that distance may be anywhere from close contact, out to nearly 25 feet. Unless you don’t leave your home, it’s safe to say your answer would be quite often. Now imagine that the person who is 5 feet away […]
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A New Haven Man walking down the street was approached by a man who said “Happy Halloween” before stabbing him. Fortunately, his cousin was near by with a gun.
Sometimes, even worse than having inoperable gloves, is having frozen fingers that can’t move because they are too cold. When I got to the office last Tuesday (Denver) the outside temperature was 3 degrees Fahrenheit. No amount of keeping your hands in your pockets is going to help you stay warm enough to be able […]
I know I’m not alone in having experienced frustration with reaching a plateau in terms of how fast I could put rounds on target. This is the drill that fixed that problem. Last Friday I provided an orientation to use of the front sight on a very basic level. This next article is for people […]
The tactical reload: what it is, why we use it, how it’s done A tactical reload is a reload performed when the partially full magazine or cylinder of a handgun is replaced with a full magazine (for semiautos) or extra rounds (in revolvers), returning the firearm to full or nearer-to-full capacity. For semiautos, the partially […]
A while back, the owners of ConcealedCarry.com asked working shooters to contribute a favorite tip for an article and podcast. While I’m no match champion, I can hold my own on just about any pistol or carbine qualification required of people who carry guns on the job. My humble contribution to this conversation, which included […]