I was able to train with Yong Lee for the first time since I met him when we were on TEAM SIG. This past weekend I took his first Advanced Pistol Optic Management course. It was definitely an eye opener when it comes to shooting a red dot on a
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
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.
There have been a few events in law enforcement history that went on to change policies across police departments. On February 28th, 1997, the North Hollywood Shootout would leave a gaping wound of how outgunned police really were. In the second episode of the Deconstructing Gunfight series, I talk with
Here is the LIVE show I did with Shannon Smith, grandmaster shooter, national champion and former Army Ranger. Join us as we discuss the finer points about red dots on pistols along with brand selection and USPSA practice.
Have you ever wondered what it was like to be in a gunfight? Chances are if you are listening to this podcast you might carry a gun on a daily basis. You might be a competitive shooter or armed professional. Either way anyone who has picked up a firearm has
Welcome back to another episode of the firearms nation podcast. In the world of law enforcement, tactical firearms instruction and SWAT teams, one man stands out as a leader in all those arenas. Scott Reitz served on the LAPD for 30 years. Scott started on patrol and worked his way
Steve Tarani is the first person to be interviewed twice on the Firearms Nation Podcast! Steve is a rather imposing fellow, tall, strong and well versed in multiple ways to take you down. He has studied numerous martial arts, mostly from the devastating knife arts of the Philippines and Indonesia
Shane Coley is the son of a law enforcement officer who grew up in Mississippi playing baseball and football. But what Shane really liked was going to the range with dad and learning how to shoot. Soon Shane began competing in USPSA and started winning matches. That caught the eyes