A not so brief after action report of Gabe White’s Pistol Shooting Solutions course – a high intensity advanced pistol handling course that I highly recommend.
Figured I’d share my layman’s approach to conducting threat assessments since I recently reassessed threats given all the 2020 craziness. Glad I did this exercise as it seems threat exposure has definitely shifted.
One of the most important fundamentals of pistol shooting is sight alignment. A red dot sight (RDS) provides a lot of benefits but requires a different approach to sight alignment fundamentals. KR Training’s course addresses the RDS fundamentals.
The more I grow as an armed self defender the more I realize I need to level up my first aid skills. I’ve put a kit together, but I don’t know enough to objectively evaluate it. As such, I’m asking for help. How would you rate my kit?
Here is my rather lengthly after action report of the Combative Pistol course I recently attended. This class is a must for anyone who owns a gun for self defense. It will level you up and change the way you think about self defense.
Training how you fight is an idea I really like and can get behind. However, it’s not possible to always put it into practice during live fire at range sessions, training classes or competitive events.
There seems to be rise in soon to be first time female gun owners asking for advice on a first handgun. Rather than continuing to provide advice from my perspective, I’m going to share my wife’s top picks.
Have you considered or do you carry a .44 Magnum revolver for self defense? If so, have you considered the differences between .44 Special and .44 Magnum for self defense applications. I’ve given it some thought and here are my opinions.
Given the choice between carrying a concealed micro-compact or a concealed duty pistol, I will sacrifice a smidge of comfort in exchange for the duty pistol that I can shoot better, faster, and more accurately. Every time.
My opinion of the top 5 guns for concealed carry in available the market today.