Shooter Ready Challenge, April 2021


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We've been publishing dry fire training and challenge videos since October 2019 in an effort to help the average gun carrier take their skills to the next level. This series of videos is called “Shooter Ready Challenge” and it's completely free to watch and take advantage of.

And, you get to learn new skills from the host of the Concealed Carry Podcast, Riley Bowman.

The April video was just published this week.

This time, the SRC video is all about different techniques for fixing the Failure to Fire Malfunction.

Competitive shooters as well as those focused more on self-defense use of the handgun will see the value in learning how to quickly fix a handgun malfunction and get the gun operational and back into action.

Check out Riley's pointers on how to analyze and improve your immediate actions to a failure to fire, on our Shooter Ready Challenge Page. What's cool about that page is all of the other past challenge videos dating from October 2019 until last month, are also there, available for free.

As a side benefit to participating in upping your proficiency as a shooter, everyone who participates is entered to win a special prize from us. There's no telling what this month's prize is, but we've given away some really cool things, ranging from hearing protection to ammo.

This month's fortunate winner is Ana E. from Utah. She won a set of Roger 22 Electronic Hearing Protection from ReadyUp Gear.

And if you weren't sure, dry fire training is one of the best ways you can increase your odds of winning a gunfight, is totally safe as long as you do it with an empty gun, and is something that all of the pro-shooters recommend you do.

Have you ever participated in the SRC challenge? Let me know in the comments below.

About Matthew Maruster

I follow my Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ who is the eternal co-equal Son of God. I currently live in Columbus, Ohio with my wife and daughter. I served in the Marine Corps Infantry. I was a Staff Sergeant and served as a Platoon Sergeant during combat in Iraq. After I was a police officer at a municipal agency in San Diego County. I have a Bachelors's Degree in Criminal Justice from National University. MJ Maruster Defense.

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