We are proud to announce that our friend and LE brother Jon O'Brien has joined our team as our Director of Law Enforcement Training. We have already tasked him out on securing training contracts and agreements with various local and state agencies with the goal...
For the past few months we have been running a monthly session of our popular Intro to Handguns course which allows gun owners new and experienced the opportunity to choose what handgun works best for them without the high pressure gun store sales pitch or
July 16th 2016 in Chicopee MA, a 15 year old boy was shot dead by a homeowner who was subsequently arrested and charged with murder after the homeowner fired a single round at who he thought was a person trying to break in to his...
In the aftermath of recent events of mass killings that have occurred I wanted to give everyone some time to grieve and process what has been happening and the tragedies that result before putting some words and thoughts together on this subject.
May the victims of...
This week's post is on using perfect practice to reduce draw times. Watch Travis Haley work from a five second draw stroke down to a sub 1 second draw with an accurate round on target.
Let's just say we have some work to do.
We all love a good shootout in a movie or TV show but how many times have you ruined it for your spouse when you start telling them what was wrong with the scene and how that would never happen in real life?
I’m just as guilty as the next guy when it comes to that because I can’t help myself.
So let’s look at this clip and point out the good, the bad, and the ugly.
In the beginning of the scene our good guys are in a room with three other bad guys and what appears to be a Shriners patient sitting in a chair unresponsive. The fun starts when the burnt guys startles awake and our main character decides to draw and fire. The first thing I noticed
I happened across this clip from the movie Sicario this morning in between calls and though I watched the movie a few months ago and had seen this particular snippet before, it struck me as a good training point.
Here's the clip:
Training Point #1: Situational Awareness