Posts Tagged ‘ Target ’

Basic Carbine Sustainment Drills

Apr 20th, 2009 | By | Category: Tips and Tricks

Novice and casual to experienced shooters can benefit from this series of carbine drills designed to keep you on the top of your shooting game with a 140 round course of fire intended to increase your speed and accuracy from seven to 25 yards.



The Cardinal Rules of Firearm Safety

Jun 14th, 2008 | By | Category: Articles

These are the same planet-wide. They make sense and if you follow them you will not have any problems related to shooting your weapon. Each of them is important, specific and not to be compromised! If you discard any single one of theses rules you will meet with disaster at some point in time I […]



Stoppages and Immediate Actions

Jan 10th, 2008 | By | Category: Articles
This entry is part 7 of 7 in the series Practical Defensive Handgun

There are two basic types of stoppages on semiautomatics: hard and soft. A stoppage is defined as any shooter induced or mechanically induced interruption in the cycle of fire for the weapon. A “soft” stoppage is one that can be remedied without disabling the weapon to fix. Typical “soft” stoppages include misfires, failure to extract, failure to […]