A sad reality is that many gun ranges will not allow shooters to practice after hours. When I say after hours, I mean in low light conditions. The problem with this, is that many defensive shooting incidents happen in low or no light, and virtually none of us are actually training for this sort of […]
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So you’ve gone to the store and bought a shiny new (or not shiny, depending on your tastes) handgun, did the responsible thing and to your concealed carry permit class, and you’re now good to go. Right? You can now carry your gun wherever you’re allowed to, based upon the state in which you live. […]
Do you want a handheld or weapon mounted light? The answer is both. The debate over which light you should DEPLOY is not a debate over which is BETTER over the other. It is best to have both a handheld and a weapon-mounted light because both have their own independent advantages and if I have […]
Riley just returned from an epic 3000+ mile road trip to Alabama and back, Jacob was on the road traveling as well, so our thoughts were recently on interstate travel and considerations that cannot be overloed when packing heat and crossing state s. Today the guys break a lot of it down plus recent lessons […]
It’s a new year, and if you’re setting New Year’s resolutions, don’t forget to set some goals to become a better shooter and CCW’er! Today Jacob and Riley talk about 17 skills to master in 2017 that are absolutely essential!! Check it out….