There are some interesting lessons to be learned from shooting and/or training with your eyes closed.
Tim Herron’s Practical Performance Handgun Class is well worth taking for competitive and self defense shooters alike. I had been looking forward to this class for some time, so I had goals and expectations going into the class – and all of them were met. However, the key thing to understand that the most important […]
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.
Slow motion footage of bullets shooting stuff never gets old.
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.
Have you ever been told… “No one needs that many guns”
In order to be effective at dry fire practice, there has to be a method to the madness. This is my dry fire method.
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.
Gun control is dead.
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.
Have you ever tried shooting a pistol without using your sights? It’s an important skill if you want to be able to use a gun in a defensive encounter.
Transitional spaces have a higher likelihood of needing to defend yourself – vehicles are such spaces.
No one has ever said after a gunfight, “I wish I had less ammo.