It happened again, didn't it?
You get to the range and boom... its like one of those shark feeding frenzies.
Your eyes get a protective white film over them, you start to drool,
Sometimes... I just scratch my head in amazement.
You see we get a lot of folks coming through our classes and we see a lot of interesting stuff in regards to gear and training philosophies. So... In an attempt to clear some otherwise muddy water... We have complied a list of the top 5 questions that SHOULD be asked before
We are often asked by our students "how do I improve my pistol shooting?" and to a man our instructor staff will tell them : DRY FIRE. Somehow though, dry fire training seems to be one of the most underused tools available to shooters! When asked why they don't do it, the response from students is usually something relating to the lack of time or
Training in Cold Weather
The basic tenant of Murphy's Law is that if it's going to happen, it will happen at the worst possible time. We cannot choose where and when a fight will occur so it would be therefore prudent to base our training, and more importantly practice, in environments that lend to overcoming weather or environmentally degraded situations. Our ability/inability to function in these environments will often
Recently I have been privy to a string of email conversations that quite frankly has left me scratching my head. The source of these emails will remain withheld due to my own professionalism, but I felt that the topic needed to be breached here. The issue of concern? Carrying a firearm with an empty chamber. The argument for carrying in such a manner appears to be
BACK TO BASICS
[dropcap]H[/dropcap]ave you ever had an awakening on the range? One of those moments where everything you thought you knew was essentially wrong? I had the pleasure of spending the previous week hitting it hard at the Sig Sauer Academy in Epping, NH for their Semi-Auto Pistol Instructor Course. I had heard rumor that this class was a real ass kicker and I had no preconceived notions of me simply strolling in to the week and just killing it. Previous experience with Sig has taught me that the standards are high, and there is no room for bullshit. Your hits are either in or they are not. I had no idea who the instructor for the week was going to be,