While you are ultimately responsible for what you do and how prepared you are you still need to approach survival and preparedness as something you do with a team of people that support your efforts forward.
Articles about basic and advanced firearm training. Draw technique, marksmanship, laser simulated, dry fire, range, and much more.
I am speaking about some women shooters, the elderly, and those with less hand strength due to arthritis, a physical injury or disability. For that reason, I wanted to address this important group of people who often get overlooked.
The proper grip sets you up for quicker target acquisition, natural finger placement on the trigger, better support of the firearm and better recoil management. All these things become much more critical when…
Here in the mountains of Colorado not to far from my home I got a reminder when reading the local news. Earlier in December 2015 a police office with the Aurora Police Department was confronting a criminal when he slipped on some ice.
It was a pretty proud moment for that young shooter! Later during a course I was taking, I flubbed a simple action, when home and worked it “dry” then went back and smoked through the exercise perfectly. Some one asked how I’d improved, and I said, “Dry practice!” Yes, it does work!
Master instructor Steve Beckstead shares some tips for drawing your concealed firearm. It’s simple but its critical to train and practice.