A couple weeks ago, I drove to Camden, Tennessee to teach at Andy Stanford’s Surgical Speed Shooting Summit (SSSS). It was without a doubt one of the most unique training conferences I’ve ever participated in. A lot of newer gun folks don’t know Andy Stanford. Andy was a military analyst who came to some […]
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I’m obviously typing this article, so I apparently survived. I have a hard head and a tiny brain. There wasn’t much damage. Let me tell you what happened. I was teaching at Andy Stanford’s Surgical Speed Shooting Summit in Camden, Tennessee last Sunday. We were on an outdoor range. I had just finished […]
Knowledge to make your life better. If you have some free time, check out some of these links this weekend. Making Pocket-Sized Pistols Suck Less Good advice for maximizing your shooting abilities with smaller defensive pistols. APPLICATIONS OF THE SMALL REVOLVER – PART 1 Speaking of “pocket pistols.” the J-frame has some […]
*Last week I was talking to my old friend Andy Stanford on the phone. For those of you new to the shooting game, Andy was a pioneering instructor in the 1990s and 2000s. He focused a lot of his classes on handgun skills and operating in a low light environment. Back in the days […]