Are you ready for a gunfight?

I don’t know about you, but I am a fan of Western movies.  Give me a good spaghetti Western and I am set.  There is something about squaring up to someone at high noon in the middle of a dusty tumbleweed infested street for a showdown that gets your adrenalin going.  Next the bad guy […]

By |March 17th, 2014|Blog, Firearms Training|1 Comment

Shooting Fundamentals – Follow Through

Good shooting starts with good fundamentals.  If any of you have ever thrown a baseball, rolled a bowling ball, or played a game of putt putt golf, then you know how important follow through is.  If you have ever had a guidance counselor, boss or supervisor that has pushed you to do more or be […]

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

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 – 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 – 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