Here is my brief after action report on the Stop the Bleed course I recently attended. I urge everyone to look for and attend a course like this to start developing some basic, but critically important, first aid skills.
Just an average Joe who loves to geek out on firearm mechanics and ballistics.
We practice to get better, but many of us often overlook the importance of getting better at practicing. Here are some things that I do that have helped me become better at practicing which have improved the results from dry and live fire practice time.
A simple yet very effective dry practice drill that helps a shooter get familiar with a trigger and helps one to level up trigger control proficiency.
It’s a brand new year and therefore time for a little goal setting. Here are my hunting, competition, and self defense goals for this year. What are yours?
It’s time to add up to $25 worth of goodness to the budget survival kit. This month I am looking at items necessary for effective land navigation.
A quick list of the blog posts most folks spent time with in 2020.
Boy, oh boy! Twenty-twenty has been one heck of a ride. While it wasn’t what I expected, there were some good things worth taking a look back at.
A few folks have asked me to help them get started with long range shooting. While I’m no expert, I’m taking what I’ve learned and putting a series of posts together to guide folks into this arena. Here is the first post which starts with the fundamentals.
I’ve yet to find a good definition of what long range shooting is. As such, I’ve decided to share my opinion on what it is and at what distance long range begins.
For the fourth installment of the Building Survival Skills series of blog posts, I’m covering the basics of fire making.