Written by: Greg Ellifritz During this year’s Rangemaster Tactical Conference, I attended an excellent class on handgun wound ballistics taught by Chuck Haggard of Agile Tactical. While Chuck shot a few service caliber loads during the gel testing portion of the class, he focused most of the time shooting loads from smaller caliber “backup” and […]
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Knowledge to make your life better. If you have some free time, check out some of these links this weekend. Identifying & Clearing The Revolver Squib Load No matter if you are shooting revolvers or autopistols, all shooters should be able to immediately recognize the sound/feel of a squib load and know to stop […]
Written by Greg Ellifritz Last weekend I had the honor of attending famed instructor Ed Lovette’s final class before retirement. Ed was a police officer in the 1970s eventually working his way into a position teaching firearms and officer survival tactics at his state police academy. From that position, he was recruited by the CIA […]
Written by: Greg Ellifritz Last weekend I attended my third Rangemaster Tactical Conference. I was very impressed. It was a three-day conference and pistol match located at a police training facility in Memphis, Tennessee. Host Tom Givens from Rangemaster arranged a top tier event that attracted 36 high quality trainers and nearly 200 […]