Continuing on with our short series about extending and teaching safe gun handling procedures to people, we come to rule number two. Rule number two is simple, and it’s simply this: Don’t point your gun at something or someone you don’t want to shoot. Before we move on, this short series about gun handling […]
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Riley Bowman interviews Brian Conley, founder of Hunters HD Gold, who is taking the shooting sports world by storm with his unique protective eyewear. We’re going to take a deep dive into what goes into quality eye protection not only in terms of the physical protection but also what goes into helping us to see […]
Riley Bowman and Jacob Paulsen reunite for a power-packed episode discussing the ONE THING that’s helped us level-up in our shooting. If you pretty well have grip and trigger control figured out, and you’re loing for that thing that’s still eluding you, this just might be the episode for you!
Riley Bowman spends the hour with Becky Yackley, a pro shooter and mother to the family known as the Yackley 5. Becky, her husband Mark, and their three sons–Tim, Sean, and Andrew–regularly compete in 3-gun, USPSA, and other competitions while ALL notching many match wins, championships, and Top-5 finishes. Today, we will talk about getting […]
Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster talk about the idea of having multiple threats or targets to shoot. It is very relevant in today’s current environment where we’re seeing and individuals getting involved in defending themselves from mobs of people. We’ll tie this into this month’s “Shooter Ready Challenge” where we do a drill […]
The Great Outdoors, Mother Nature, or, as I like to call it, God’s Creation … no matter what you call it it’s a great place to be. And, to be honest, shooting outside, as opposed to an indoor range, is an excellent experience. Being outside in the open air while you’re shooting does a couple […]