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 →

CCX2 Interview with Kelly McCann

The CCX2 show started back for our third season last night and we kicked off the year with none other than Kelly McCann. For those of you who are around my age and were martial arts or shooting enthusiasts back in the 90s and early 2000s Kelly is probably a familiar entity. This was an... 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 →

Using a Timer in Dry Fire

A shot timer, as we commonly think of it, records the elapsed times from the start beep to the fired shots.  Therefore, most don’t consider its use outside of the range in which we are firing live ammunition.  However, a shot timer is also exceedingly useful for dry fire as well. By means of a... Continue Reading →

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