Training

  1. Infomercial on CSAT training with Paul Howe

    I was asked in a thread here to share some of my experiences with training under MSG (ret) Paul Howe at Combat Shooting and Tactics. Happy to do so as a repeat student. For the record, Paul has never paid me anything, (quite the opposite, in fact) I am simply a repeat customer who leans heavily on his material when I’m training students of my own. Pertinent info about me: shooting for over 20 years with a defensive handgun focus, police academy top shooter award 2004, and designated...
  2. How shooting in matches altered my whole perception of CCW and SD

    For many years I was comfortable with practicing at the range. I was confident in my abilities to handle my firearms simply because I had put in the time to practice them. My practice didn't just mean I stood there, shot at the paper and after 100 rounds of so, go home. I practiced double taps, drawing from concealment, target acquisition, reloading... plenty of fundamental things other than just shooting at the paper. I was very confident in myself, my guns and my equipment. This all fell...
  3. Front Sight: Training review of their 4 day Defensive Handgun and 1 Day Concealed Carry Classes

    General Info [URL]https://www.frontsight.com/[/URL] This review chronicles the class that myself and other members of the training staff and range owner at my local gun store (Indy Arms Company, Indianapolis, IN) took at the Front Sight training academy in Nevada. As we were already in Las Vegas for SHOT Show, we decided to extend our stay and take 5 days of training at Front Sight. The four of us took the 4 day Defensive Handgun and two of us continued a fifth day with the Concealed Carry Class....
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