As an industry, we’ve become accustomed to auditory “go signals” in our competitive and defensive firearm training. This generally takes the form of an instructor or range officer standing behind you and giving a preparatory command such as “shooter ready, standby” and then a beep from a shot timer. Or perhaps in a class, an […]
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Jacob & Matthew discuss the little things you can do to 5X the value you get from the next class you take. These are the things we consistently see our students NOT doing that they really should do.
More than half of US states will accept a permit that is obtained by taking an on only concealed carry class. This article explores how that works and how your state laws may or may not apply.
Today I have some ideas to that will increase the ROI you get out of your class by helping you better prepare BEFORE your class and debrief yourself AFTER your class. By doing these things well I promise you will get a lot value out of your investment in time and money.
The very next day after your class you can do a few simple things that will help prevent failure and maximize your chances for absolute success in firearm related defense. Don’t waste time waiting for your permit by neglecting to do these three things immediately following your class.
Most major industries and programs have some sort of on presence where they have taken something that used to require a face-to-face meeting and found a way to turn it to an on program that creates ease on both the consumer and the company. The NRA has recently taken this step with its on training […]