Archives for March, 2020
To get the most from this technique it needs to be performed correctly. Some shooters simply don’t understand the mechanics of the grip.
Posted in Tips & Tricks Tagged with: grip, Handgun, Rob Reed, thumbs, tip
President T Roosevelt really loved his Lever Action 1894 Winchester guns for shooting, hunting & his home – outfitted with a Suppressor used for Varminting.
Posted in History
The bullet was to have four Lube Grooves with no Crimp Groove so it would carry the needed amount of lLbe for Shooting without Wiping between Shots.
Posted in Ammo Tagged with: .44 Sharps
U.S. Warfighters conducted a side-by-side test, putting the standard rear-charging handle up against the ADCOR forward-charging handle.
Posted in Gear Tagged with: ADCOR, AR15 Side Charging Handle, Tactics and Tips
The science of Ballistics has been evolving – in 2020, you’ll see all of the bullet designs still on the market, and doing well, each for its own reason.
Posted in Ammo Tagged with: Berger OTM Tactical, Federal Terminal Ascent, Federal Trophy Bonded tip, Hornady ELD Match, Partition 180-grain
Inspired by a legendary senior operator, our 58-year-old author signed up for an intense, three-and-a-half-week-long course with students half his age.
Posted in Training Tagged with: Crisis Response International Counter-Terrorism Training School
Getting Proficient with a Pistol is tough, but armed with these Basics & Intermediate Drills ingrained into your Muscle Memory – You will be Awesome!
Posted in Training Tagged with: handguns, Pistol shooting, Shooting Drills