On this week’s episode of SHOP Talk, Riley shows you how to shave some time off of your draw stre. I’m not sure you’re ready for this because it’ll blow your mind: The number one thing you can do to save time on your draw is to get to your gun faster. Sounds kind of […]
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Today Riley and Matthew discuss the 80/20 rule as it relates to developing and maintaining skills that may or may not make a difference in a gunfight. What things should we be focusing on of the time that makes the most difference? What sort of things do we commonly see people practice, but it […]
Today Riley and Matthew talk about drawing from the holster in a different context, and context is what it’s all about for today’s episode. It is super critical to be comfortable with handling your firearm and being able to consistently and quickly draw from the holster and put shots on target. But is draw speed […]
There are several common places to carry a concealed firearm and as many different types of holsters to use. Despite your own chosen configuration the core elements of a functional and quality draw are the same. We will explore each in great detail below.
f you always train shooting in an open standing position for example, you won’t have the muscle memory to shoot over or around the cover that you are likely to put between you and oncoming fire.
Riley just returned from an epic 3000+ mile road trip to Alabama and back, Jacob was on the road traveling as well, so our thoughts were recently on interstate travel and considerations that cannot be overloed when packing heat and crossing state s. Today the guys break a lot of it down plus recent lessons […]