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 […]
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Today, Riley and Jacob come together for a special discussion on steps, strategies, and solutions for becoming better shooters in the upcoming year of 2020. A lot of the discussion will be focused on the idea of specific drills and skill exercises that will push shooters to become faster while still maintaining acceptable levels of […]
Today Riley and Matthew talk about drawing from the holster in a different context, and context is what it’s all about for today’s episode. It is super critical to be comfortable with handling your firearm and being able to consistently and quickly draw from the holster and put shots on target. But is draw speed […]
If you have been in the industry for awhile you may have been subjected to the debate surrounding “keeping the firearm on the nightstand” for quick access in a middle of the night home invasion or other related threat. There are gun owners that are on both sides of this debate and I thought it […]
Sometimes due to tactical response, sometimes due to circumstances; there are a number of situations in which you should not or cannot respond to a threat with your firearm. We review those situations today referencing a recent article published on this topic on our website
When you get to the range to do some training you judge your skills in part by your ability to group shots near the bullseye of the target but Jacob thinks that is a backwards approach. Today we discuss why groupings the size of basketballs are probably better than tight golf ball groupings.