If you are considering becoming a Rangemaster certified instructor and want a few pointers to help you prepare for it, then you might find this brief guide useful.
Attending a firearms training course requires a monetary and time investment. The return on that investment comes in the form of marksmanship skill improvement. How much improvement depends on the steps we take to capitalize on the investment.
Folks who are looking to improve and have figured out that dry fire is the secret sauce are often curious as to what dry fire practice sessions look like. Here is an updated look at what I do and why that some of those folks might find beneficial.
Zeroing a pistol mounted red dot sight is simple. It’s not easy, but it’s simple. Here is how I go about zeroing pistol mounted optics along with a half dozen tips y’all may find useful.
Getting to that first match isn’t easy, but it doesn’t have to be hard. One has to find it and ensure they have sufficient safe gun handling skills and adequate gear for it. Overthinking and underestimating it happens. Regardless, it’s very doable.
Not all holsters are created equal and horrible ones are astonishingly available in abundance. Bad holsters are unacceptable. They help form bad habits at best and are unsafe at worst. Here are some ways to discern between the good, the bad, and the ugly.