I’m not the end all (not even close) for all things firearm and concealed carry. However, I’ve been doing this for over a decade and am lucky to rub shoulders with some of the best of the best and this is one of those soap box issue articles that I’m sure I’ll regret writing at […]
Tag Archives | trigger
Today, Riley and Matthew discuss 3 modifications to a handgun that makes sense or have some practicality. We also discuss 3 common ones that aren’t as practical, or in some cases, are not recommended. You may agree or disagree so chime in and let us know your thoughts!
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 !
Pulling, squeezing, or pressing, it is all about the proper manipulation of the “bang button” when you are trying to put shots on target in accurate fashion. When I was teaching the NRA Pistol Course at my local range, my favorite part was instructing my students on the fundamentals. That is where the shooter’s […]
For example, your firearm may come from the factory requiring 5.5 pounds of force on the trigger to fire a cartridge. Reducing the weight of the trigger pull to 3.5 pounds of pressure needed to fire the cartridge would make it easier to pull the trigger.
The proper grip sets you up for quicker target acquisition, natural finger placement on the trigger, better support of the firearm and better recoil management. All these things become much critical when…