Visualization and Home Intrusion

I had a phone call earlier where a friend who has recently become interested in shooting told me about an event.  I like passing along lessons learned (removing any identifying information) so that more people can learn from incidents without having to experience them and learn the hard way.  My friend has a vintage pistol

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Do you know what your problem is………..

There never seems to be a shortage of people to chime in (unsolicited) and tell you what you’re doing wrong.  On the occasion that they have a valid point, very few are able to offer a practical suggestion on how to solve that problem.  So how does this relate to firearms training and shooting problems? 

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Lube

A theme that we’re seeing in class is a lack of lubrication (lube).  It’s especially important with rifles (M4 / AR15) but that doesn’t mean it can be ignored in the pistol.  Whether the result of internet myth (they can’t put anything on the internet that isn’t true) or faulty dogma, the bottom line is

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Pistol Holster

Pistol Holster Today I had the pleasure of running a private training class for a couple.  It was obvious that they took training seriously, had put in work on pistol shooting, and invested in quality pistols.  It definitely showed.  We accomplished a lot in a brief amount of time.  It’s people like this that made

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