It can be hard to find time in the day to dry fire, and even if you want to, it becomes one of the items that slips and slips until you realize you’ve run out of time that day. Fortunately there is a system which can help you maximize your dry fire by strategically deciding when and for how long you do it. This can be from as little as 30 seconds up to half an hour or more.Read More
In shooting sports firing the gun, whether in practice, class, or competition, is undeniably the most fun part, but when we take a step back we can see there is so much more to it than just pulling the trigger. That is especially true when we get into the self defense and personal safety portion of shooting sports. You may go to a class to learn to shoot better but it’s not the only topic that is taught. That is only one piece of the self defense pie, and while we need those skills we also need to look at the bigger picture. After all, the best defense is to not be in the situation in the first place. The skill that allows us to do that is situational awareness and we use a Color Code to easily break down this skill.
Whether you are a new shooter or a seasoned one, competitive or defensive, casual or serious, we can all agree on one thing: shooting is actually a really enjoyable activity, one might even categorize it as fun. It gets us out into a unique world where we can try new things, meet new people, learn life saving skills, and exercise our mind, body, and the primal part within us all. In fact, when you fire a gun many of our feel good chemicals are dumped into our brains, we can’t help it, shooting a gun is enjoyable.Read More
Whether you have been around firearms for a long time or are just getting started you have probably heard about dry firing, but what exactly is dry fire? Well, there are two answers to that question. The first is the actual physical action you take, which is to fire the gun without any live ammo. The second answer is the more interesting one, which is that dry fire is how you get good at shooting.