Today, Riley and Matthew talk about the recent mass shootings that happened in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio. We talk about strategies for prevailing if you ever find yourself in one. And we also talk about how to avoid getting mistaken as a “bad guy” by cops in the chaos if you do indeed […]
Articles about basic and advanced firearm training. Draw technique, marksmanship, laser simulated, dry fire, range, and much more.
Trigger control is an essential part of accurate and fast shooting. How well a person can manipulate the trigger is a benchmark of an experienced and skilled shooter. Most basic pistol courses will go into how to do this, but it takes hours of practice to get it right. After market triggers are not a […]
For most people buying a handgun, a holster is the next logical purchase. Unless you plan on keeping the pistol in one of your hands with no way to secure it, a holster is essential. Slings are the same way. They should be considered an essential piece of equipment for a rifle or shotgun like […]
Experience is king in combat. The one who’s been in the most fights generally has a considerable edge. But experience is a hard thing to get. Not only is it difficult and infrequent, but that kind of experience comes with a substantial amount of risk. And while you can learn far from failures […]
I’ll be the first to admit that I wasn’t dry firing as much as the rest of the team was–not until lately, that is. It’s not that I didn’t see the value in it, it’s that I didn’t have the time to do it. But recently, I thought I’d dry fire a lot to see […]
Anything you can do to minimize the tasks you must perform is beneficial and frees up your mind to focus on the other critical calculations and decisions that are processing through your brain at an unbelievably fast rate.