Topic: Training in Adverse Conditions
In today's episode Riley shares a couple of audio clips with some great tips and ideas. Cold weather is upon us for many across the country, and regardless if it is the cold or wet or whatever, training is important to do especially during those times when weather may be less than ideal. Listen to today's episode for tips about how to handle that. Also Matthew Maruster shares some thoughts about holster dangers to look out for and the importance of holster inspection and maintenance. Also Riley gives a raving review on the new XS Sights F8 Night Sights, find out what makes them so great! Press ‘PLAY' to listen now!
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