Law Enforcement Training – What You Need to Know Being a Training Officer in charge of Law Enforcement Training was a duty I truly enjoyed. There were so many factors that made the experience the best I’d ever had in my nearly fourteen years (and still counting) career. I could write non-stop about all the
Proper Breathing Something we’ve all been taught, if we were taught the correct way to shoot, was utilizing the seven fundamentals of shooting. For a refresher on those fundamentals or what we like to call “habits,” check out Chris’ all encompassing article titled “7 Habits of Highly Effective Shooters.” He later goes in depth on
Yes! As the name implies, here at Center Mass Group we teach our students to quickly find the biggest target available at that moment, set their sights on the center of it and fire for effect. But with that we also need to constantly remind our shooters, “You can’t miss fast enough.” That means for instance that if you decide you’re going to slap the trigger like it owes you money because it’s faster; you’re going to (quickly) throw your rounds all around the guy shooting at you, hoping that he doesn’t have the discipline to slowly press back on his trigger with you in his sights. Let’s see…if I slap the trigger fast 10 times, 1 round is bound to hit him!
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,
United States Navy SEAL In times of war or uncertainty, there is a special breed of warrior ready to answer our nation’s call. A common man with uncommon desire to succeed. Forged by adversity, he stands alongside America’s finest special operations forces to serve his country, the American people, and protect their way of life.
SIGHT PICTURE We’re now going to cover sight picture, which is taking your sights and aiming at a target. As we found with Sight Alignment (The Third Habit of Highly Effective Shooters), Sight Picture is also not as simple as point and shoot. There are a few things you need to keep in mind if you plan
If you remember from my last article, I mentioned that the middle part of change is always difficult. Well, this
Is your hand shaking when you’re holding your gun? There are many things that come into play, things that don’t
If you’re reading this, you’ve already found the best firearm and meditation blog on the internet! Congratulations! All kidding aside,