Thoughts on Competitive Shooting

I am a huge proponent of shooting competition, either IDPA or USPSA.  They are both games, so I don’t get too hung up on which one is better as the primary benefit of shooting competition is getting to perform while under some induced pressure.  Personally, I shoot IDPA as I find I can be more... Continue Reading →

CCX2 Show with Annette Evans

We had Annette Evans back on the show this past Tuesday and we had a particularly good discussion on training paths. Enthusiasts of defensive shooting, and self-defense in general, often forget that the average person who is not a hobbyist, but wishes to be able to protect themselves, needs reasonable advice and guidance. Annette provides... Continue Reading →

The Deployable Neighborhood Defense Rifle

Recent history has witnessed several incidents in which good men have armed themselves with a rifle to intercept an active threat not in their own home, but in their neighborhood or vicinity.  Stephen Williford, hero of the Texas Church massacre, comes to mind.  So does the man who stopped an active shooter in his apartment... Continue Reading →

CCX2 Show with Darryl Bolke

This week we had an excellent CCX2 show with guest Darryl Bolke. Those of you that are into firearms training are probably acquainted with Darryl as he is well known in the circle. Darryl has a lot of experience in many facets of law enforcement, private security, and indeed as a concealed carrier. We discuss... Continue Reading →

Thoughts on Training with Multiple Guns

I have been notoriously outspoken in my opinion that most concealed carriers are best served by focusing most, if not all, of their training on a single handgun platform.  The fact is that from one gun to another you face different grips, grip angles, trigger pulls, ergonomics, and other changes that simply demand some cross-over... Continue Reading →

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