I remember the first time I used electronic hearing protection. I placed the batteries, put them on, and was amazed at what I heard … I heard birds chirping, bees buzzing, and even people talking. Then, each time I fired a shot or the shooter next to me sent one downrange, it was like […]
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Shooting one-handed is a topic we’ve touched on before, but I like to put my own spin on things and add a couple other tidbits that I feel are important. I’d like to say that if you’re not shooting one-handed in addition to your regular shooting practice that you may want to start doing it […]
Today, Riley Bowman interviews USPSA Grand Master Charlie Perez to talk about training methodologies and what he calls “The Path of Focused Effort.” It should be a GREAT episode, so tune in!
If you own a SIRT training pistol from Next Level Training, you likely have already seen why so many respected firearms instructors use and recommend this piece of gear. If you’ve heard of the SIRT but haven’t ‘pulled the trigger’ and purchased one, we have a lot of content highlighting just how you can use […]
Matthew and Jacob talk about the differences between visual and auditory stimulus in defensive firearm training. Are you doing your training right?
In continuing on with our series about gun safety and the rules needed in order to be safe, we move on to rule number 3. Some housekeeping to make sure we’re all on the same page, this series is necessary for new gun owners and those of us who take gun safety, as well as […]