I’m sure I’m about to ruffle some feathers on this one, and that’s ay. What I’m about to say is factually true, and that’s all that matters. There are tons of myths floating around from folks, and I’d like to put one of them to rest today. Revolver Reliability Myth– Have you ever heard someone […]
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Today, Riley Bowman and Jacob Paulsen discuss the latest Shooter Ready Challenge video from https://www.shooterreadychallenge.com. This month’s challenge is about type 3 malfunctions, also known as double-feeds. We’ll discuss a couple of different methodologies for solving these types of malfunctions and explore efficiency opportunities. Tune in!
Riley Bowman and Jacob Paulsen discuss Type 1 or Failure-to-Fire Malfunctions, how they relate to us as CCWers and how we can effectively practice them.
I’m a fairly open-minded guy and tend to lo at almost all gear as having its time and its place. Rarely do I find something and think, “every gun owner should have one of these.” This is one of those times. Before I tell you anything about BarrelBl let me also tell you that we […]
Today Riley, Jacob and Matthew bring back the ULTIMATE Concealed Carry Beginner’s Guide series, that was never quite a series because we did Part 1 and then waited 114 episodes to record Part 2!! Well here it is with everything you’ve wanted to know about triggers, night sights, safeties, carry ammo and !
Today Riley and Matthew discuss the 80/20 rule as it relates to developing and maintaining skills that may or may not make a difference in a gunfight. What things should we be focusing on of the time that makes the most difference? What sort of things do we commonly see people practice, but it […]