Most shooters know how to clear a double feed. I describe briefly how but importantly want to focus on the best way to practice clearing the double-feed since the industry-standard methods all fall short and create bad training scars
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Today, Riley and Matthew discuss the recent event here in Arvada, Colorado where an off-duty Denver police officer attempted to interrupt a robbery and got shot when his own gun malfunctioned. This incident is a perfect opportunity to ask some critical “Do you know…” questions–questions every serious carrier of a gun should be asking themselves. […]
Today Riley and Matthew take on the age-old debate of revolvers vs. semi-automatics, specifically the common argument that revolvers are reliable than semi-autos. We’ll show how that is both true AND false. Should be a lively discussion today!
A dirty extractor can cause problems with casing extraction. Improperly oiled internals can wreak havoc on trigger operation. When caring for your firearm, preventive maintenance is always easier than having to do a major cleaning.
Try and plan for Murphy, so you can avoid most of his shenanigans, but understand he will get all of us at one time or another. This is just one example of the countless number of potentially dangerous, and unlikely things that can happen.
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 […]