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CompetitionFirearmsInterviewPodcast

Steve Anderson is back to be my guest on the 200th Episode of the Firearms Nation Podcast. As always, we have a great talk on the mental aspect of shooting and competing plus Steve drops some awesome knowledge bombs! Thank you to all the listeners who have been with the

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FirearmsGearInterviewTacticsTraining

John Simpson is a former US Army Sniper and instructor. John also teaches at SniperCraft alongside Derrick Bartlett, who was on Episode 187. I had a great talk with Derrick about “Tactical Blindness” and when I heard that John teaches a technique called “Flash Recognition,” I wanted to bring him

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FirearmsGearInterviewTacticsTraining

Chris Kuras is a full time police officer assigned to the Training Unit of his agency. Chris is also on the department’s SWAT team where he utilizes his background in athletics to help push the officers to be better at shooting and fitness. Chris is also an instructor for Condition

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CompetitionFirearmsPodcastTraining

Josh Shaw is a grandmaster shooting in USPSA (United States Practical Shooting Association). He is also an instructor for Green Ops which teaches people how to shoot different firearms in both the tactical and competitive arenas. Josh worked for the Department of Defense as an intel officer and deployed multiple

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CompetitionFirearmsGearInterviewPodcastTraining

Frank Proctor is a former Special Forces operator as well as a grand master competitor in USPSA (United States Practical Shooting Association). Frank is a well know firearms instructor who also has the insight to create various products that have helped him as well as other shooters work better with

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CompetitionInterviewPodcastTraining

Happy 4th of July!  This is a replay from the vault of a 2018 interview I did with Lanny Bassham.  Here is a little about Lanny: 95% of all winning comes from the same 5% of the competitors.  What makes them different than the rest of us?  Their mental game is better

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