Of all the techniques that I would consider the most critical, low-light training is perhaps the most neglected. The main reason for this is usually lack of a range which will facilitate low-light live fire and the general prohibitive cost for those on a budget to attend a low-light specific course. Because of these factors, […]
Author Archive | Aaron Cowan
Up until recently, I had not carried inside the waistband on a daily basis for years. Because I have almost always worked in an environment where I carried outside the waistband for work, OWB translated to my daily life and I would adjust my attire accordingly to conceal my firearm. On some occasions I would […]
Editor’s Note: As a follow up on our recent open carry discussion, I asked Aaron Cowan, the Lead Instructor for Sage Dynamics and law enforcement officer to comment on open carry from a pro-liberty LEO perspective. I hope that this time around we can have a more intelligent debate on the topic without people jumping […]
When I think of a level IV plate carrier, “low profile” does not come to mind. Many manufacturers have tried in the past to develop a low profile plate carrier with varied results, some far more successful than others. Obviously the issue is the thickness of a level IV plate, the thickness of the material […]
I am an unapologetic SureFire loyalist when it comes to most of my flashlight needs. From 1999 to 2010, I owned nothing but Surefire products and when I was issued another brand light for my entry/patrol rifle during my time with the DOD, I said no thanks and stuck with my Surefire.
Any skill set that you want to be proficient in, to master, requires training and practice.