Physical conditioning and training is an important part of of maintaining a healthy body. In a similar way, we need to exercise the “muscle” between our ears and maintain mental fitness. Our ability to think, problem solve, and plan a response during a violent confrontation is equally, if not , impactful on the outcome of […]
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Today, Riley Bowman and Jacob Paulsen talk about the journey we’re recently made into the holster making business with the acquisition of KSG Armory. We discuss what goes into the making of a holster, and what design attributes and features separate the good holsters from the GREAT ones.
I just came across this surveillance video that shows a man being knocked unconscious from a single punch. We’re not masochists, and I don’t enjoy seeing anyone harmed. So, we always consider if there is training value before posting a video of someone being injured or killed. This one isn’t graphic, and I thought it’s […]
For example, your firearm may come from the factory requiring 5.5 pounds of force on the trigger to fire a cartridge. Reducing the weight of the trigger pull to 3.5 pounds of pressure needed to fire the cartridge would make it easier to pull the trigger.
Because of its simplicity, it’s easy to overlo the tool’s versatility, importance, and effectiveness. If you aren’t familiar with BarrelBl, I’ll give you a quick description of the device that I believe should come installed in every new gun. Now if you have a BarrelBl, I’m going to list some applications for using a BarrelBl […]
Dry fire practice is such an important part of building and maintaining your pistol skills. Many of us perform dry fire practice several times a week or , and even set up a special area in our homes where we can safely practice. But is there a safe way to conduct dry fire practice when […]