Today Riley talks with Chris Cerino, 2-time runner-up in History Channel’s Top Shot series, together with new guest host, Joshua Gillem. Chris is a well-respected, long-time firearms instructor and trainer. He has some unique but common-sense ways of teaching shooters about the fundamentals of shooting. Recently, ConcealedCarry.com’s Managing Editor, Josh Gillem, attended the Combat Pistol course taught by Chris Cerino, and we spend a bit of time talking about the course, how shooters can benefit from attending, and also about Chris’s […]
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Today Riley talks with Buel Collins of Fiocchi Ammunition USA about important considerations and suggestions as it relates to making everyday carry of a firearm and other defensive tools truly a part of your life. We get deep into mindset, tactics, skills and gear. And we lay it out there and tell some of the […]
I have heard many instructors tell their students this: You have to be able to re-holster your firearm without loing down at your holster. My opinion on re-holstering is different than what many have been teaching for quite some time.
Pepper spray or OC spray can be a good defensive tool in situations where carrying a firearm is prohibited or unpractical. But understand, OC spray is not a magic wand that stops attackers in their tracks and send then running for the hills. Attackers can…
Each year in the United States, there are approximately 38,000 reported carjackings. If you are one of these unfortunate targets, it is important to know that 75% of the time, the bad guy uses a weapon. These numbers coupled with the fact that sitting in a vehicle places you at a tactical disadvantage means we […]
Riley was able to sit down with Jake Jackson of Tier Three Tactical to talk about an enlightening article Jake recently wrote about what he discovered when he analyzed dozens of videos of defensive shootings. After a military career in intelligence, Jake is real big on evidence and statistics. His fact-based findings from these videos […]