Regardless of how long we have been shooting, every one of us can improve. Most people will tell you that practice makes perfect. But if you are practicing poor technique, you won’t improve. Everyone, even the best of shooters have some habits we have to overcome to increase our consistency. Rarely does someone recognize these […]
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While very practical I always felt that little sense of healthy fear when I was dry firing my gun at home. No matter how many times I checked and inspected it I was still afraid of some sort of discharge and I had to be super careful to make sure I reloaded the gun after […]
So, we have to practice in order to stay sharp. The problem is, ammunition and gun ranges are expensive and sometimes far away. Additionally, with all that we do in our lives, it is not always easy to find the time to make it to the range. What can you do?
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.
Mike Hughes, inventor of the S.I.R.T. Pistol, Runner-Up on Season 3 of Top Shot, and founder of Next Level Training joins us to discuss the secrets of pistol performance. Mike s the three most important shooting skills in order and explains what it takes to win both in competition and in self-defense. Listen in to […]
A number of organizations issue this to students or employees for their use in clearing or loading handguns. One item called the Academy Pad, has three holes to fit inside a standard loose leaf binder.