I can tell you one thing Navy SEALs do not enjoy doing…cleaning their guns. I’m on that list. But if you like shooting like I do, cleaning weapons is a necessary evil. I used to spend many hours cleaning my guns until I was introduced to a new product at a local gun show —
“Excellence is an art won by training and habituation. We do not act rightly because we have virtue or excellence, but we rather have those because we have acted rightly. We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.” – Aristotle It’s happened several times now. I show up
As a Navy SEAL, firearms instructor, CQC instructor and all-around gun nut, I have had occasion to use many types of handgun holster for multiple purposes over the last few decades. A good holster needs to keep your weapon secure when you’re moving and safe from whatever punishment you plan on putting it through. Most
Recently we were running a class for some DHS agents through a local shoot-house and I had a few minutes to work on some dry-fire while the house was clear. As I was practicing my draw, I remembered that our producer (Tony Di Zinno) had asked us to take some video to show the film crew prior to filming our upcoming Navy SEAL Combat Shooting DVD Series.
As a Navy SEAL, I’ve become very comfortable around firearms. But one of the things that make me and my fellow frogmen so comfortable around weapons is that we are very vigilant about adhering to the basic rules of gun safety and handling. Anytime you forget about them, even for a second, bad things can
For the better part of 2018, I was struggling with some serious stomach problems. These issues have been on and
Most of my readers and team members are hard working Americans having a 9 to 5 job and sustaining a
It all boils down to the basics. Whether it is your first time to the range or you have been