Reflex Handgun Shooting Standards

You might notice that there is a new “Standards” tab now on Reflex Handgun, so I will explain the reasoning for this: Over the past several years it has become common for well-known firearms instructors to have some form of tiered standards, the performance of which at the highest level in class usually earns a... Continue Reading →

Draw Stroke Start Positions Compared

With more serious practitioners of concealed carry than ever before, the true enthusiasts among that crowd have continued to refine the mechanics involved in deploying a handgun from concealment.  While I am certainly an enthusiast who likes shooting, and pursing an advanced skillset in shooting simply for the craft itself, I have always been rooted... Continue Reading →

Safely Re-Holstering for AIWB

I have carried in the appendix position almost exclusively for quite some time now.  My primary reason for switching to AIWB was concealment, but upon making the switch I realized many other significant advantages, including the speed of the draw.  Before making this switch to exclusive appendix carry I often used the mode for many... Continue Reading →

Understanding the Average CCW Holder

I was once standing in the waiting room of a particular indoor range with the late, great, Todd Louis Green and we were watching the people in the bays fire their guns.  Most were shooting typical self-defense handguns, with the occasional AR15 thrown in.  The range was full, and not a single person was even... Continue Reading →

Valuable Training or Screwing Around?

There is a whole lot of screwing around in the world of firearms training, and in the broader field of self-defense and fighting in general.  How can we determine the difference between training and screwing around?  Well, here is one way: Ask yourself, is what I am doing actually applicable to my life, or not? ... Continue Reading →

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