One Hand or Two? Instinct Conditioning?

THE CLERK had never touched a gun prior to receiving training, less than two months prior to this shooting. In a recent gun magazine there was an article proposing that drawing a handgun to a one-handed shooting position...

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Retired Cop Wants More Gun Control

“Police officers are everyday heroes in our nation. They have all seen the worst that life has to offer, and they’ve been faced with every kind of challenge that you can imagine. This controversial article was written by a retired police officer, and the topic is none other than gun control...”

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How to Successfully Host a Firearms Training Class

Students in the background watch intently as an instructor demonstrates a Ball and Dummy drill during a class by LSHD. There is a quote attributed to the late Colonel John Dean “Jeff” Cooper (founder of Gunsite and creator...

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5 ^ 5

Each group must fall completely within the circle and can take no longer than the five second time limit for each group. The inspiration for this drill came from Gila Hayes’ excellent book, Effective Defense. She...

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Train Smarter: Using a Smart Phone or Tablet to Improve Your Shooting Practice

By taking advantage of all the different features of your SMART phone or tablet, you can get more out of your range time. Shooting is a perishable skill that requires regular practice to maintain. To improve, it takes...

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Your Firearm Practice Routine | Voices of the USCCA

If I didn’t do well in some aspect of the course, I try to isolate that skill and practice it later. Tell us about your practice routine! How often do you get to the range and what do...

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