Knowledge to make your life better. If you have some free time, check out some of these links this weekend. Check Your Six: Looking AND Seeing Some thoughts on an after-action scan. I actually favor the technique taught by Craig Douglas. Instead of merely looking by turning the head or turning your back on your […]
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Written by: Greg Ellifritz I was going through some references the other day and a found some very in depth notes I had taken during a class I took a couple of years ago. The class was Force Science Research Center’s “Dynamics of Police Shootings” Course. When I realized that I hadn’t published these […]
Written by Greg Ellifritz Folks were rioting last Friday in the St. Louis area following the coroner’s announcement of his findings regarding a police shooting. Police officers state that they shot a man who pointed a gun at them while they were working a search warrant. Area residents rioted when the coroner announced that […]
Links to some of the best tactical information on the web. If you have some free time, check them out this weekend. Enroll in Ohio Firearm Training Events Buckeye Firearms Association is the premier gun rights advocacy group in Ohio. They host me and several other instructors to teach classes as fund raisers […]
Written by: Greg Ellifritz Recently, there has been some high level media “reporting” about the so called “dangers” of weapon mounted lights (WMLs). It seems that much of the interest about the story was prompted by the Denver Colorado police department banning the use of WMLs by its police officers. Check out the links […]
Written by: Greg Ellifritz Force Science Research Institute regularly sends out excellent research-based newsletters. They post the newsletters on their site, but usually are several issues behind. I highly recommend that you subscribe to their newsletter so that you can get the latest updates. Last week’s newsletter included an […]
I was recently contacted by an experienced handgun instructor to help him reconstruct the events of an accidental shooting. This instructor shot himself while reholstering after doing a demonstration during a basic concealed handgun class. I know what you are thinking…. “He shouldn’t have had his finger on the trigger when […]