Have you ever been told… “No one needs that many guns”
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.
Despite what many might think, it is possible to speed up your rapid fire through dry fire practice.
Practicing rapid fire is important, but expensive. Here’s a budget-friendly way to practice rapid fire.
Run and guns are very unique competition formats, and they require unique gear setups.
Steel is fun. Falling steel is more fun. Lots of falling steel is super fun!
Moving quickly is a critical skill for competitive and defensive shooters alike.
Here are some lessons learned from a night shooting competition, applicable for home defense, conceal carriers, and competitors.
Dry fire is the something every shooter should be doing to obtain proficiency with firearms.
Reloads are quite simple when broken down into a few steps. Anyone can reload a handgun quickly with proper technique and practice.
Simple mistakes with a firearm are easy, but the consequences could be deadly.
Learn to shoot like a Grandmaster! If you’re looking to become a better pistol shooter, this is the class to attend!
February 16 & 17, 2019 in Austin/Houston