What is worse than shooting shitty? Sure, there are a ton of things. But when your life depends on it there is nothing worse! I have used different grips through out the years. From being a newb and gripping it how "felt right" to now where I have a solid grip on the gun with the thumbs forward hold. The tea cup grip is when you hold the pistol with either hand and then lay the gun into the off hand like it were a plate and you were holding a cup of tea. Hence the tea cup com
The internet is flooded with gun training. Some stupid, but some very high quality training. Instructors are more so at the finger tips of people looking for good content to learn the basics than ever before. A very large part of that is YouTube. Whether people do or do not like their policies they provide so much content it is mind blowing. That is a good thing and a bad thing. A good rule of thumb I have used is to try something once. Try and be like a porn-star and say "I'
I have heard a lot of people talk about concealed carry. Instructors, friends, Internet gun puppets, etc. I have studied different ways to carry, the benefits and negatives of said ways. I have trained with different ways including appendix carry. When I first began carrying concealed I was a 3 o'clock carrier. For many purposes 3 o'clock is a great position to carry. I trained for years carrying at that position. It works. But in recent years I have moved over to appendix ca
What is the most important thing when defending yourself with a gun? Ammo? Stance? Quality of gun parts? Holster placement? .45 ACP vs 9mm? None of these are the most important thing when defending yourself with a gun (or in general). For a while now I have seen people drone on about how to setup a self/home defense or concealed carry gun. Hell, even I have! The most important thing is your damn brain. Knowledge and critical thinking rule. If you took a shitty gun (Bare bone
(Note: This article is in reference to home defense. I am not speaking on mission specific gear, etc.) When you practice and train in anything in life, you find that consistency is key. If you can consistently execute an action perfectly you will be successful. Repeat ability is what your driving to achieve. Thinking of this I am and have always been very picky with certain things on my guns. Now you could use this line of thought anywhere in life, but we are discussing guns
The Rockwell Tactical Carbine 201 Course was exceptional in every aspect. Rockwell Tactical had everything organized, on schedule and as needed they slowed down to assist and make sure everyone got knowledge and their moneys worth. At this Rockwell Tactical Carbine 201 Course we went over truths in firearm manipulation, shooting on the move, advanced shooting positions and barriers/barricades. These were two very hot and humid days in Pennsylvania. Rockwell Tactical made sure