Digital CCM Article

What’s Your Objective? Objective-Based Training

George Harris — January 31, 2018

For many years, conventional firearms training has been doctrine-based, in that teaching a person to shoot — regardless of whether… Read More

Against a Mob: Surviving in the Street and in Court

Schuyler P. Robertson — January 24, 2018

As a firearms instructor, one of the most common questions I hear is, “When can I use my gun and… Read More

A Shooting in My ‘Hood: Violence Hits Close to Home

Rick Sapp — January 15, 2018

In the midst of a struggle, the assailant shot JC in the hand. He then shot JJ in the leg. Read More

Lead by Example: As a Firearms Instructor, You Are Always on Stage

George Harris — September 13, 2017

In this and in future issues of Concealed Carry Magazine, as a contributor to “Instructor’s Corner,” my intent is to… Read More

Permit Check: Do You Train for What You Claim?

Ed Combs — September 6, 2017

Remember these? They became very popular in the immediate aftermath of the September 11th attacks of 2001, and they’ve remained… Read More

Reverb and Recoil: Reverend Peyton on the Country Blues, Rural America and Carrying Concealed

Jared Blohm — August 25, 2017

In early December 2016, Reverend Peyton sat on a wooden bench and started playing a blues number on his custom-built… Read More