Dry Weapons Training

The Best Tools for Learning to Shoot at Home

For the past year I’ve been busy testing and evaluating the best tools for learning how to shoot. If an item passed my BS test (that’s of course Bad Shooting), I shared them with my online members to test. The ones that rose to the top made my final list for my updated Top Must-Have Tools for

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How to Train the Mind of Warrior

The Top 10 Training Books of 2017

Recently I’ve had several people ask me if I had a recommended reading list. Although books and the power I believe they can hold have always been important to me, I’ve never really stopped to think about the ones that have had the greatest impact on me and in a sense, made me who I am.

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Navy SEAL Approved Gear

How to Pick the Best Carbine for Home Defense

Direct Impingement vs. Short Stroke Piston Systems Ok, folks, here I go. Yup, I am going to open that can of worms to find out what’s the best carbine. First I’ll say that I am a fan of both operating systems and both will work well as long as you purchase your gun from a

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Navy SEAL Approved Gear

Navy SEAL Firearms: My Top 5 Favorite Weapons

I recently posted a list of my Top Five Must Have Weapons Systems for Navy SEALs. I came up with that list when my good friend and bestselling author of Target America, Scott McEwen asked me for my top five weapons. Since I’m a believer that we are the weapons and we choose which tools

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Navy SEAL Approved Gear

My Top Tactical Gear List Recommendations

Gear List Recommendations

We’ve received a few emails asking for different recommendations for gear on our course lists. In an effort to save time emailing everyone back, and spend more time at the range, I’ve gone down the list for our basic pistol course (1st Phase) and gave guidance where possible.The tactical gear you choose comes down to personal preference,

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Navy SEAL Approved Gear

Sig Sauer P938 Review and Range Report

Last year during the Shot Show, Sig Sauer introduced its second 9mm “pocket pistol.” The first was the P290. It’s a 100% reliable firearm (P290), just like any Sig Sauer product, but the chief complaint by shooters was that it was too “blocky” like a Glock and the trigger pull had a substantially long travel

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