Our number one suggestion isn’t the gun range down the road… in fact it is at the bottom of the list. Since our students are always asking us for suggestions on where they should go shoot and do their training we thought it was about time to discuss the best places to go and how […]
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There are a few topics that can really get people heated and cause arguments. One of those topics is if it’s a good idea to fire warning shots, and another is if you should carry with a round in the chamber or not. Just so we’re absolutely clear we take the stance that warning shots […]
Today, Riley Bowman plays back the interview he did with Scott “Jedi” Jedlinski during a weekend of training in Jedi’s 2-Day Red Dot Pistol course. This was a fantastic shooting course taught by an even better instructor that is passionate about help shooters of all skill levels and types get better, efficient, with better […]
Riley Bowman and Jacob Paulsen their own lists of 5 important range bag items that are often overloed. Are you missing any of these? You don’t want to waste your time going to the range and realizing you needed something, right? Well, you better tune in!
I have been teaching Marines, LEO’s, and civilians the fundamentals of marksmanship for over a decade now. There is one fundamental error, than any other that plagues all of them, and affects their ability to shoot well. That error is simply the anticipation of recoil. This anticipation shows up as a movement of the […]
One of the easiest ways to up your shooting accuracy and proficiency is by adjusting the way you hold your gun when you’re shooting it. Even if you’re already currently shooting with a modern, thumbs forward grip, you can still likely improve by following some of the tips in the below video. If you’ve never […]