We all like shortcuts, right? Buying gear isn’t a shortcut, but increasing Myelin production might be the closest thing to a shooting skill shortcut we can get – as long as it is paired with efficient training.
There are some interesting lessons to be learned from shooting and/or training with your eyes closed.
The 2nd Amendment is a right – but it is also a responsibility.
Ever thought, “That’s so easy I could do it with my eyes closed.” I thought that about the Texas LTC test – so I passed the test with my eyes closed.
When accuracy counts with a rifle, using something to brace off of is critical.
If you aren’t trained AND aware of your surroundings, you shouldn’t carry a firearm.
A counter ambush is a well timed attack on a criminal who has already initiated an altercation – a well timed counter ambush could mean the difference between life and death.
I used to be a criminal, but then I took a bullet to the knee.
Deliberate practice is the key to improving – here are some of my lessons learns and tips for becoming a better shooter, lessons learned from over 212 of training in 2018.
Training in a single target firing line isn’t as fun, but it’s better than nothing.
No one survived a gunfight and wished they had less ammo in their gun.
The Doubles Drill is an excellent drill for all handgun shooters looking to shoot quickly and accurately.
Beware fake teachers – they exist everywhere, but they are especially common in the martial arts world.
While we hope we never have to apply these skills, it’s best to understand what goes into a gunfight so we can better prepare ourselves.
The key to shooting the Texas Star is a combination of speed, accuracy, and the correct order.
Firearms are incredibly simple mechanical devices, full-auto firearms are no different.
The RSO/RO/SO has a multifaceted job – they’re there to enforce the event’s rules, but most importantly, they’re there to keep everyone safe.
Stop making excuses and come to a local club shooting match – they’re a great way to get better.
In order to be effective at dry fire practice, there has to be a method to the madness. This is my dry fire method.
Believing you’re better at shooting because you bought a particular firearm instead of a different firearm is toxic to the firearms community.
Learn about firearms, firearm accessories, shooting technique, and self defense.
Shooting is one of America’s favorite pastimes, and a very fun one at that. In addition to being such a great hobby, firearms are also powerful tools for personal protection. These articles are an effort to help new and experienced firearms enthusiasts to learn more about firearm products. shooting technique, and self defense skills.