Here is a simple drill you can use to improve your trigger mechanics and tighten your groupings by using an inexpensive tool available from any gun store.
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Additionally using a magazine filled with dummy rounds more closely replicates the weight of your loaded firearm for more realistic practice. And dummy rounds in the magazine keep the slide from locking to the rear while you practice clearing stoppages and performing magazine reloads.
Today Riley and Jacob answer some questions that have come into the Podcast Mailbox including one about talking with kids about guns and concealed carry, plus we play back the interview we did with our friend, Chad Enos, back at SHOT Show 2018. Chad is the Marketing Representative at Kel-Tec. He is a professional 3-gunner and all […]
Today’s episode of the Concealed Carry Podcast features an interview with Shane Coley, Glock Shooting Team Captain, 2017 USPSA Handgun National Champion, and all-around good dude. There’s some seriously great advice in this interview that we’re confident will help you with handgun mastery. But at the core of it, Shane encourages us all to try […]
Listen to this replay of Episode 70 where Riley and Jacob discuss 8 common training scars (or what we have dubbed muscle memory mistakes–MMM’s). Avoid these at all costs
I think the majority of gun owners and serious shooters understand that there is great value in dry-fire training. Despite this I’ve found that for many shooters, their dry fire experiences are relatively confined to a few simple drills or exercises. My intent in today’s article is to outline the various reasons we dryfire and […]