Brian Purkiss, Author at Locked Back

One of the best way to convert an anti-gunner into a pro-gunner is to take them to the range. It’s also a great way to grow the firearms community!

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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.

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Bump stocks are stupid, but a bump stock ban is even more stupid.

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Training in a single target firing line isn’t as fun, but it’s better than nothing.

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The anti-gun movement’s gun control efforts are so ineffective, you’d think they’re a joke. But unfortunately they aren’t joking…

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No one survived a gunfight and wished they had less ammo in their gun.

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The Doubles Drill is an excellent drill for all handgun shooters looking to shoot quickly and accurately.

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Beware fake teachers – they exist everywhere, but they are especially common in the martial arts world.

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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.

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The key to shooting the Texas Star is a combination of speed, accuracy, and the correct order.

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Firearms are incredibly simple mechanical devices, full-auto firearms are no different.

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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.

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5 out of 6 people will be victims of violent crimes during their lives. Do you want to cross your fingers and hope nothing goes wrong?

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This is an open letter to any politician who claims to be “Pro 2nd Amendment.”

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Have you ever been told… “No one needs that many guns”

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The Proctor Rifle Sling – a great tool for stabilizing rifle shots, be it off hand or from a rest.

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How often has a gun been so bad, it destroyed a once reputable gun manufacturer?

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Stop making excuses and come to a local club shooting match – they’re a great way to get better.

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In order to be effective at dry fire practice, there has to be a method to the madness. This is my dry fire method.

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Believing you’re better at shooting because you bought a particular firearm instead of a different firearm is toxic to the firearms community.

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