Getting hits at close range in a battle with a felon is the single most likely gun fighting skill you will be called upon to execute. For those of us that have experienced such a battle, it is unforgettable. The action has been called the Tyranny of the Moment.
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Among the most misunderstood tactics in personal defense is the double tap. More than half of those practicing defense shooting execute the double tap incorrectly. Worse yet, it is most often taught incorrectly.
The ability to properly handle a firearm, drive a vehicle, or operate a machine must be learned. Complex motor skills are not innate in the human physiology. Therefore, handgun skills are perishable. The important point I wish to make is that those who have acclimated to ‘learning how to learn’ by absorbing knowledge, and maintaining a good attitude, excel in my training classes.
Training is a hard business. If you are serious concerning personal defense—and God help you if you are not—you must train to the best of your ability, use proper tactics, and seek communion with like-minded shooters.
We took our 14.5-inch BCM M4 carbine upper to the Best of the West shooting range in Liberty Hill, Texas,
Novice rifle shooters are generally familiar with the “focus knob” situated on the side, or sometimes set as a ring on the
Female readers of the Shooter’s Log can pick up some useful tips from world-champion shooters and Babes with Bullets instructors Kay Miculek and Lena Miculek-Afentul,
Learn how to survive a low-light lethal force encounter by using a firearm in conjunction with a flashlight.
Guest post by Mike Seeklander, owner of Shooting-Performance LLC.
This should get your attention: Train wrong and you will do wrong. Period. And in terms of defensive handgun deployment, getting the handgun into the fight,
A guest post written by James R. Rummel.
There are only two criteria for a law-abiding person to qualify
One of the most prolific cottage industries to crop up in the world of practical handgunnery in recent years has
A guest post by Rob Leatham.
We all were told at some point in our training to “relax, squeeze the trigger slowly and let the gun kick freely.” This makes sense when
Ray Mancini is an internationally known trainer and professional security consultant with experience in the fields of
In this NSSF video, Ryan Cleckner explains that not all scopes track identically and offers a drill you can