Posts Tagged ‘tactical’
S6E7 – REVISITED: Are Marksmanship Skills Overrated?
Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster decide to got back 6 years and revisit Episode #8 of the podcast where we discussed the relevance and efficacy of marksmanship skills in a defensive context. There are some statements and assertions that were made in that episode that we feel like we either need to correct or clarify with a greater level of knowledge and experience that we hold now.Read More
Handheld VS Weapon Mounted Lights Which 1 is Better?
Should you carry a handheld light (HHL) or weapon-mounted light (WML)? The answer is surprisingly simple-get both. Each light has a place and purpose. Using one type of light when the other is appropriate can be very dangerous. If you want to continue reading, I’m happy to explain the justification behind my recommendation. Basic Requirements…Read More
Top 8 Principles of Shooting From Cover and Concealment
Most of what you have been trained or told to do is likely incorrect and will expose you in a way that will jeopardize any tactical advantage you have gained in the fight. These key tactics will give you the insight you need to gain the advantage.Read More
Training During Hot, Cold, And Wet Conditions
The climates of Cleveland and San Diego probably couldn’t be opposite. San Diego has arguably the most ideal weather conditions of anywhere in the country, while Cleveland…well not so much. Dealing with firearm carry differences in those climates has led me…Read More
Jacobs Favorite Flashlights
Our 12 Days of Giveaways is in full swing (12/9/2018 – 12/20/2018), and we’re showcasing some of the giveaway products. This time, it’s a combination of flashlights valued at almost $160.00. Let’s talk about these flashlights — Flashlights. I have a bit of an addiction and it may be a little out of control.…Read More
Concerns With Concealed Carry And Winter Gloves
Sometimes, even worse than having inoperable gs, is having frozen fingers that can’t move because they are too cold. When I got to the office last Tuesday (Denver) the outside temperature was 3 degrees Fahrenheit. No amount of keeping your hands in your s is going to help you stay warm enough to be able to operate a firearm in that kind of cold.Read More