Written by: Greg Ellifritz While reading my news feeds in the past few weeks, I’ve seen accounts of a couple preventable accidental shootings. I’d really prefer to see that my readers and students learn to better secure their weapons so that people aren’t injured or killed by unintentional gunfire. Let’s examine these negligent discharges […]
Posts tagged "pocket carry"
Knowledge to make your life better. If you have some free time, check out some of these links this weekend. A Beginner’s Guide To Red Dot Pistol Sights Good information for any of you looking to start using a red dot on your pistol. Start Shooting Better Episode 12: The Test With […]
Written by Greg Ellifritz When the weather is nice, I like to get out of my police car and do some foot patrols as often as possible. Every day (if calls allow) I’ll do at least one foot patrol around a shopping center, park, or school. Last week, a school in my patrol […]
This is a guest post from my friend Marcus Wynne. Marcus is an accomplished trainer and author who was once the lead firearms instructor for the Federal Air Marshals. He sent this report out to a firearms instructor email list I’m on. I thought a lot of you might find value in his observations, so […]
It’s been awhile since I’ve shared the writing of Henry, the old man from Tennessee. After several of you have requested more from Henry, I decided to share this post. Henry has written several articles for my site in the past (look at the bottom of the post for links to his other articles). […]
Knowledge to make your life better. If you have some free time, check out some of these links this weekend. Vertical Fetal Position Jeff calls hugging your cover “the vertical fetal position.” It’s a bad idea. Stay at least arms’ length away from your cover unless you are defending against an elevated threat. […]