Knowledge to make your life better. If you have some free time, check out some of these links this weekend. Anatomy of a Port Load An intelligent analysis of shotgun port loading methods. I’m still an “over the top” guy, but I encourage my students to try both ways. But even more important is to […]
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Knowledge to make your life better. If you have some free time, check out some of these links this weekend. How To Tell If A Burglar Is Watching Your House Good information here. Thank you to Practical Eschatology for digging up the link. What the heck is candela? Lumens? Photonic Barriers?? Why […]
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 […]
Because I see occasional squib loads when shooting .38 special ammo, I start every snub revolver class by allowing the students to fire a primed case to feel the difference between a squib and a full power round. It’s an idea I stole from Micheal de Bethencourt. I got this email last week: […]
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 […]