Today, Riley talks with Dave Spaulding of Handgun Combatives. Riley recently went through Dave’s Kinetic Combat Pistol course here in Colorado where the importance of moving with purpose was drilled into the students. Dave has been instructing for nearly 40 years in law enforcement, SWAT and civilian capacities. Dave has a unique non-BS approach to […]
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I am speaking about some women shooters, the elderly, and those with less hand strength due to arthritis, a physical injury or disability. For that reason, I wanted to address this important group of people who often get overloed.
Sights. Everyone knows you need them, and not all were created equal. Not only that but if you’re like me, a fan of M&P pistols, after market sights may be a necessity. While I many of the features of the Smith and Wesson M&P series of pistols, I am NOT a fan of their […]
Today, Riley and Jacob interview Jerry Miculek, one of the most recognizable faces of competitive shooting and who is considered by many to be the greatest shooter of all time. Well recognized for his fast trigger finger, we will dive deep with Jerry into sight acquisition, sight picture, transitions, and ! Tune in and […]
Today, Riley and Matthew discuss 9 myths about guns and shooting and what is actually true. What are these myths? And how can we all be better “students of the gun” and not get swayed by uneducated guesses and opinions??
Today, Riley and Matthew discuss 3 modifications to a handgun that makes sense or have some practicality. We also discuss 3 common ones that aren’t as practical, or in some cases, are not recommended. You may agree or disagree so chime in and let us know your thoughts!