Things You Can Learn From Watching Yourself Train

One way that sports teams get better when they’re training for a championship game or something similar, is to pull out the old footage of the team playing and practicing. They then watch how they performed under pressure, how the team interacted with each other, and whatever skills and tactics were used by both the…

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SHOP Talk: All About Dummy Rounds

In this latest episode of SHOP Talk, Riley goes into depth on the use of dummy rounds while going through your dry fire training, as well as a few different brands of these popular training tools. There are some essential skills when it comes to concealed carry, and one of the most important things you…

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Shot Timer Survey Results

So, I guess the news is officially out, at least to some degree. The news? We’ll be releasing a shot timer that has the potential to shake up the timer industry. We recently had a survey put out to our audience to find out several different aspects about shot timer ownership, and be it far…

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How To Up Your Skills as a Shooter

How often should you be training? How about every day? While going to the range and doing some good old fashioned live fire training is always a good idea, there are other things that you can be doing in the comfort of your own home to really kick your skills up a notch. Dry Fire…

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Takeaways From the Ohio Triple Guardian Pistol Course

Late last year we started to roll out our Guardian Pistol Course curriculum. This past weekend, Riley and I taught the class at Impact Shooting Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. Not only was the facility awesome, but the owners were generous and super accommodating. And of course, the students all rocked. There were a few takeaways…

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