Shooting Fundamentals – Breath Control

Good shooting starts with good fundamentals.  Breath control is something we all do even without thinking about it.  When you are suddenly startled you gasp.  When you exercise you breath rapidly to increase your oxygen intake.  When you sleep you breath heavy and deep to allow your body to relax.  Whether you are asleep or […]

By |March 15th, 2013|Blog, Firearms Training|0 Comments

Shooting Fundamentals – Trigger Control

Good Shooting starts with good fundamentals.  Of the seven fundamentals two are crucial for accuracy.  The first is sight alignment and the second is trigger control.  Proper trigger control can mean the difference between a 10 ring shot and landing somewhere off target.  Many shooters, experienced and inexperienced have difficulty with trigger control and develop […]

By |March 8th, 2013|Blog, Firearms Training|0 Comments

Shooting Fundamentals – Sight Picture

Good shooting starts with good fundamentals.  Shooting skill comes with practice and focus.  Focus is what sight picture is all about.  Once you have your grip, stance, and sight alignment you’re ready to see where you are shooting.  If you can’t see what your shooting at then you should not be shooting.  Sight picture is […]

By |March 1st, 2013|Blog, Firearms Training|0 Comments

Shooting Fundamentals – Sight Alignment

Good shooting starts with good fundamentals.  Sight alignment is one of the most important fundamentals to master.  All of the fundamentals need to work together like a well oiled machine in order to perfect your marksmanship.  Two of the fundamentals can effect your accuracy more than any of the other fundamentals.  The first is sight […]

By |February 22nd, 2013|Blog, Firearms Training|0 Comments

Shooting Fundamentals – The Stance

Good shooting starts with good fundamentals.  This is a phrase you will hear me say over and over because it is absolutely true.  As we continue talking about shooting fundamentals our focus shifts to the stance.  Once you have and maintain the proper grip on your weapon you need a solid shooting platform from which […]

By |February 15th, 2013|Blog, Firearms Training|0 Comments

Shooting Fundamentals – The Grip

Good shooting starts with good fundamentals.  Any good shooter will tell you that they did not become a good shooter by chance or sloppy luck.  Good shooters are not born, they are built from the ground up.  The building blocks of their success are found in the basic fundamentals of marksmanship.   Lets get to […]

By |February 10th, 2013|Blog, Firearms Training|0 Comments

Don’t Harass the Professional Process Server

Anyone who has served process for any amount of time has most assuredly had a run in with someone who wanted to harm them.  With every encounter something is learned, whether it is tactical, procedural or communicative.  Let me tell you about one of my experiences.

 
The setup
I received a service of process to serve on […]

By |January 25th, 2013|Blog, Process Serving|0 Comments

Do You Control Your Safety?

Most of us in business have heard the adage “The customer is always right.” That does not always hold true, especially when you are in the thick of being accosted by an upset customer. Situations like this can go from bad to worse and you need to know that you are doing everything you can […]

By |January 18th, 2013|Blog, Workplace Safety|0 Comments

New Year Special – Concealed Carry Class for $100

Give the gift of security this year! This class will take you beyond the basics of what is required with live fire exercises and realistic scenarios. Purchase one for yourself or as a gift and take the class by June 1, 2013. Every attempt to schedule classes at your convenience is made. Certificates are non-refundable. Don’t miss out on this […]

By |January 3rd, 2013|Blog, Concealed Weapons, Specials|0 Comments

Connecticut Tragedy

Once again, our fellow Americans have been forced to endure a tragedy far beyond what anyone could imagine. Thoughts and prayers go out to the families and victims of the Newtown school massacre. We will never understand or comprehend the sadness and grief that those families are experiencing. Although we do not fathom the depths […]

By |December 14th, 2012|Blog, Gun Safety|0 Comments