Summertime Concealed Carry

American Riflemen by Jorge Amselle – Tuesday, June 02, 2015 In the 1988 film “Biloxi Blues,” a young World War II Army recruit played by Matthew Broderick is going through summertime training in Mississippi. Being from New York City, he is amazed by the temperature. “Man it’s hot. It’s like Africa hot. Tarzan couldn’t take […]

Choosing a Handgun Shooting Stance

American Rifleman by Paul Rackley – Wednesday, May 18, 2011 There are multiple factors involved in shooting a handgun well—grip, aiming, breath control, hold control, trigger control and follow through—as well as keeping both feet firmly on the ground. A good shooting stance provides a strong, stable platform, which is crucial for accuracy. In today’s […]

Making shooting more about YOU

Many courses focus so much on the firearm itself that the fundamentals of a good stance are often glanced over. However, it is the stance that has the greatest effect on consistency and fatigue. Finding a natural and neutral position will very slightly from shooter to shooter. A shooter must understand the effect body mechanics […]