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 →

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 →

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 →

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