AAR: Green Ops Defensive Pistol II

I highly encourage training with good instructors at any opportunity you can manage. All good shooters, especially those who are instructors themselves, are life-long students of the craft that seek out knowledge from others at all opportunities. As a guy who is busy with family and work my ability to take training is more limited... Continue Reading →

The Realistic Reload

I find it interesting that a lot of shooters get more hung up on the speed of their reload than on the speed of their first shot from a concealed holster.  Granted, for competitive shooters who often perform several reloads on even a single stage the speed of the reload is important and this is... Continue Reading →

Handgun Skills: Trigger Press

The manipulation of the trigger is really the core element of good shooting.  Many presume it is sight alignment and sight picture.  I find when I teach brand new shooters that imparting the concept of aligning the sights is relatively straight forward.  Most people can put that together quite quickly.  The majority of shooting issues... Continue Reading →

Size Matters

For all of 2017 my primary handgun was a Glock 26 Gen 3 and the majority of my training was done with this gun.  I actually train with the gun I carry (imagine that) so I got quite intimate with the 26.  Overall, I love the 26 as it is easy to carry but also... Continue Reading →

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