You might have heard how a man was found guilty in the shooting death of a family member’s boyfriend. There is not a lot of information about the case. But, one piece circulated, in more than…..
We live in the best time ever for guns and gear. In fact, we are overwhelmed with too many gadgets and options.
I see lots of stupid ARs in my classes; guns loaded up with cheap aftermarket crap with no real world need at all…..
Here’s an observation: at a certain point in firearms training your cup fills up with new material and you reach an overload condition….
It really gets annoying watching people conduct post shooting scans improperly. They really are doing nothing more than waving their firearms back-and-forth as if it were a magic wand.
As a general rule, a serious use pistol should have a trigger no lighter than 4 pounds and ideally no more than 6 pounds. Average shooters will generally shoot a pistol with the same trigger…..
My favorite pistol has always been the 1911. It was the 1st pistol I owned and the one I bought for myself after finishing the Special Forces weapons course in 1989.
I have taught many AK classes over the years. Along the way I have arrived at some opinions, conclusions & lessons with regard to Kalashnikov accessories..
In this post I’m going to highlight a couple drills I do in my handgun classes that are personal favorites of mine.
The handgun you are handed in an emergency or have to pick up off the street may not always be your favorite. Better know how to run a wheelgun if that is all that is available…
Whatever gun you choose, practice with it doing drills that reflect ‘real world’ requirements. Never accept mediocre skill, get it right, and never leave the range saying ‘I suck’…
Firearms training was much like the Maytag repair man: there wasn’t much demand in those days. John Farnam and I were the only two traveling road shows in the USA early on…