Your trigger manipulation is probably why you’re missing the target, and here is how to fix it to better your accuracy — Between Matthew, Riley, Jacob, and myself, I’m the only one who is not a pistol instructor of any kind. I’m therefore the least qualified (at least in my humble opinion) to be ivering […]
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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 […]
Today Riley and Jacob the interview Jacob recently did with Jeff Houston, Veteran Green Beret and lead firearm instructor for NRA Carry Guard. Jeff also runs Tac7, which focuses on specialized security services and active shooter response/preparation programs.
Today Riley, Jacob and Matthew bring back the ULTIMATE Concealed Carry Beginner’s Guide series, that was never quite a series because we did Part 1 and then waited 114 episodes to record Part 2!! Well here it is with everything you’ve wanted to know about triggers, night sights, safeties, carry ammo and !
Today Riley and Matthew discuss the 80/20 rule as it relates to developing and maintaining skills that may or may not make a difference in a gunfight. What things should we be focusing on of the time that makes the most difference? What sort of things do we commonly see people practice, but it […]
At its core, shooting a gun is a mechanical act that requires the gun to be pointed at a target, and the trigger to be squeezed to the rear without moving the gun. If you think about it, shooting really is a simple process. Over time, people far smarter than I have developed core ‘fundamentals’ […]