Carrying a concealed firearm is a lifestyle change. You can’t expect to be able to move forward carrying a gun without having to make some other substantial changes to your lifestyle. What you wear and how you move during the day are both significant factors in keeping that firearm concealed.
Articles about basic and advanced firearm training. Draw technique, marksmanship, laser simulated, dry fire, range, and much more.
These series of articles titled “Falling Back In Love With Carrying Concealed” will discuss the different reasons we most often hear from people that they don’t carry their firearm. Below is a list of the different articles we will be publishing during the next two weeks.
Cover refers to anything that protects you from the threat. If you attacker(s) has a firearm then cover would be anything you can put between you and the oncoming bullets that would protect you from the bullets.
A common request we get from our advanced students is how they can best log their training and firearms. This is the reason we created this training tracking tool and firearm library. Sound weird? Here are some reasons why our students ask for this:
We have a good relationship with the team over at UniversityofGuns.com. They are very passionate and dedicated to putting out quality information and content for their readers and members. I reached out to them yesterday and asked them to check their website analytics and tell me what are the 5 most popular articles they have […]
I thought I would with everyone 3 of Mike’s older videos on the channel that I think represent some quality drills that reflect trigger control, grip, stance, and movement. Enjoy and might I suggest that you…