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 […]
Tag Archives | dry fire
Are you are working to increase your shooting skills and think a SIRT training pistol may be in your future? If so, you’ll want to purchase the SIRT that is going to be best for you and/or most similar to your firearm. If you need guidance, this is the article for you. In this buyer’s […]
Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster discuss the latest “Shooter Ready Challenge” which is about drawing your gun while initiating movement. There’s some great takeaways from this topic that directly apply to many civilian DGU’s. Plus we the latest legislative updates from around the country.
Defensive shooting skills are perishable if they’re not used and practiced on a regular basis. What this means, is that if you don’t practice what you’ve learned your skills will diminish over time. Therefore the best way to keep yourself sharp is to continually practice. But, as we all know, the 2020 ammopocalypse is upon […]
Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster talk about the idea of having multiple threats or targets to shoot. It is very relevant in today’s current environment where we’re seeing and individuals getting involved in defending themselves from mobs of people. We’ll tie this into this month’s “Shooter Ready Challenge” where we do a drill […]
I know for sure that proper dry fire and laser training will undoubtedly make you a proficient gun handler. Do you NEED to purchase lasers in order to train? Probably not, because dry fire is still extremely useful. Do you WANT to