Dry Fire

Posted by in Just Whatever | 2 comments

Many of you may not be familiar with the term “dry fire” if you are not from a competitive shooting background, but the benefits of this exercise go far beyond the competitive shooter.  I have used dry fire exercises for many years to work on things like drawing, presenting, and reloading my pistol for competitive purposes, but also as a Law Enforcement Officer to keep my skills as sharp as possible.  Another application that comes...

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Practice Doesn't Make Perfect

Posted by in Just Whatever, Tactical | 6 comments

If you carry regularly for your job or as a licensed citizen there are several things to consider when you practice at the range.  It is far too easy to get caught up in the trap of just blazing away.  When you go to the range think about shooting that makes sense.  You need to practice with purpose.  Just hosing rounds down range won’t make you better.  You need perfect practice. Practice with the rig you will wear.  A level 3 holster...

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