Welcome back to the Firearms Nation Podcast. About ten years ago I had the pleasure of being invited to a class devoted to pulling the trigger properly. It was a class on the basics but it wasn’t a basic class. In fact it was as someone coined it “..a PhD
Recently there was a video released at a trial in Pennsylvania where two troopers were trying to arrest a suspect and he resisted. The suspect ended up shooting both of the officers and then fled the scene. Luckily they survived. How does this happen? According to a 2014 study, 83%
Welcome back to the Firearms Nation Podcast. I’ve been fortunate in my competitive shooting career to be a part of a gun manufacturer’s factory team. From 2014-2016 I was a part of Team Sig or Sig Sauer and from that team I met a variety of folks from the company.
This week I was prepping for the 2018 IPSC US Nationals which was held at the Universal Shooting Academy in Frostproof, FL. The match director was Shannon Smith who always puts on a terrific competition. I recently had Shannon on my second YouTube live stream and this is the audio
Join the Nation!.. Jon Dufresne and Scott Jedlinski are two up in coming instructors. They are the new generations of firearms preachers who take what is known about shooting and format it to a more modern approach. Jon is a former Army Ranger who now teaches for Sage Dynamics and
Ah, the joys of summer…beaches, water, fun. We can still enjoy all the good times and be safe. You want to carry your legal firearm but now have less clothes to hide it. Well here are 3 WAYS for Summer Every Day Carry (EDC). I Like Appendix for my concealment.
Brian Enos is considered to be one of most critical thinkers in the realm of handgun shooting. In 1990 he wrote the book (link below) “Practical Shooting: Beyond Fundamentals” which is the collection of over ten years of notes and ideas Brian had regarding pistol shooting and competition. Brian was
This is the audio from the Live Session with Yong Lee in Podcast form. Yong sat down with me to discuss in detail the red dots on pistols, something that I’m very interested in. He also takes a bunch of questions from the audience regarding sights, training techniques, holsters and
This is a replay of the Q&A live session I had on 6-3-18 with grandmaster shooter and SWAT team leader Yong Lee. Yong has been on the podcast several times and was a part of the Shooter’s Summit. Lots of questions about red dots and how to train is covered
Mini-red dot sights or just “red dots” on pistols is not a new thing, however, more and more people are finally adopting them. Pretty much every handgun manufacturer is building optic ready guns and some are selling the guns with the optic already on it. Carry Optics is a very