Take it from an old partisan, learn to shoot left-handed! – Russian survivor of the siege of Leningrad I don’t know about all of you, but my support-side shooting sucks. I practice it, just not nearly enough. However, we run support-side drills regularly in our courses, and I encourage my students to spend a portion […]
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Some good news out of California – a court decision announced today likely ends the state’s restrictions on concealed carry permits.
Appendix Carry seems to be an extremely popular method of concealed carry these days. Various brands are now available in lieu of the “need” and “want” for a comfortable and quality holster. Unfortunately, this method of carry is variable to each person when compared to traditional strong-side carry. Everyone’s body is built differently and therefore […]
I should start out by saying that at no time in my life have I ever had the desire to dance wantonly in a minefield. With that out of the way, and with a deep breath – here goes nothing.
Two weeks ago, a mile from where I grew up, an 85-year-old man was brutally murdered in his home. Rumor has it he was beaten and strangled; the official cause of death has yet to be announced. Signs are the bedroom was ransacked in what appears to be a burglary/murder. Time will tell.
I remember that it took forever to clear my shirt off my gun, I yanked up on it so hard with my off hand, just like I had been trained, that the bottom buttons were torn right off the shirt. I found my gun and drew, my first round was from the hip. The shot […]
Aaron Cowan from Sage Dynamics covers two methods for drawing from concealment and clearing a cover garment for outside the waistband (OWB), inside the waistband (IWB) and appendix inside the waistband (AIWB) concealed carry holsters.
Let’s say you carry a concealed firearm – what do you do if you’re confronted with the worst-case scenario of an active shooter? Do you have any training to deal with that type of an event?
Rob Pincus recently announced that he was running for the 76th Seat on the National Rifle Association’s Board of Directors. Since then, Rob has been asked to clarify his positions on several topics that matter to those of us who believe in the Right to Keep and Bear Arms. Here’s a brief analysis of where Rob […]
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