This is the first installment of a 10 part series from Pulse O2DA Firearms Training
Use these tips to lower your vunlerability and increase your safety
“Your chances of survival if you sit or stand and wait to be shot are near zero.”
No need to be paranoid but do keep your guard up
“Once you learn to quit, it becomes a habit.” – Vince Lombardi
Trigger Control Drill. Check out this technique for tighter groups.
“Combative fighting skills are not passive, they are not philosophical and they are not searching for perfection of technique”
Hurricanes in the East – Wildfires in the West – Get Prepped!
Grab and Go!
Know how to make a Fire Plow?
In EVERY sport there is coaching and supervision – Shooting is No exception to this rule
Ernest Emerson takes Colonel Jeff Cooper’s color code system one step farther
Surprisingly accurate, 30 round magazine of .22 Mag, only 3lb 13oz – this gun is great for home defense and fun in the field.
You are looking at Top Shot Chris Cheng’s Glock – What’s on your nightstand?
The .17 HMR semi-auto problems solved with this Savage tack driver.
“How you practice is more important that how much you practice.”
I’m talking about having a grenade detonate every time your fist strikes the target
This article is not just pulling the trigger on an empty gun – it is understanding why it is so important to dry fire correctly.
Hard Skills Training – Soft Skills Training – Active Mental Training
14 years later is the enemy weaker, or emboldened?