The importance of a correct draw during a defensive encounter cannot be overstated. It is at this point in the scenario when you’re supposed to establish your all-important combat grip. And as we all hopefully know by now, having this proper grip means the difference between accurate follow up shots and managing your gun, or […]
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Riley Bowman and Jacob Paulsen reunite for a power-packed episode discussing the ONE THING that’s helped us level-up in our shooting. If you pretty well have grip and trigger control figured out, and you’re loing for that thing that’s still eluding you, this just might be the episode for you!
Today we test a “Debate” Style format where we each take opposing sides of an issue. We start with something simple… gun modifications. The good and the bad.
Durability wise, I have not had it long enough to tell you how long it will last, but the manufacturer says each grip will last over 1000 cycles. I imagine that will be quite a long time, and remember it comes with two grips.
I watched a video of someone who was clearly a new shooter this past weekend who had a serious case of over-gripping her gun. It was so bad I was able to visibly see it while she was shooting. This can also be known as not isolating the trigger finger, and happens to most shooters […]
Matthew and Jacob discuss some of the major changes of opinion the gun industry has experienced in the last few decades. Many shooters today who first learned to shoot 10, 20, and 30 years ago bring with them ideas and techniques that have been broadly dismissed and replaced with a new best practice. We discuss […]