Mark Hatfield submitted this article. Clearing Handgun Malfunctions This article is specific to correcting malfunctions (jams) occurring in semi-automatic handguns particularly those which may occur during periods of intense social interaction, such as when you are attempting to shoot someone due to dire need. Not long ago, one of the Loose Rounds founders … Read moreClearing Handgun Malfunctions
I stumbled across this video on youtube. Fireman1291 demonstrates firing a few suppressed handguns inside a house. I never would have expected that the resulting smoke from the the suppressed weapons would set off the smoke detector.
Submitted by Catherine Kim Living in a heavily populated area such as Southern California, I do not have the treat of stepping outside to shoot my firearms. In my backyard I have a 20 yard bow range with 3D targets, but some days I just want to shoot my guns and smell the blissful aroma … Read moreREVIEW: Field Time Target & Training, Stanton, California
Shawn and I asked Mark Hatfield to comment on a malfunction training issue he had. On Handgun Malfunctions Once upon a time I was in a class where the topic of the moment was clearing malfunctions of semi-automatic handguns. One of the presumptions was that the user was in a gunfight when this problem arose. We … Read moreOn Handgun Malfunctions
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Mark Hatfield submitted this article. Close Range Gunfighting, A Course Review and other observations. This weekend I was able to attend the class titled Close Range Gunfighting. This class is given by Suarez International, founded by Gabe Suarez. The instructor was Don Robison who was assisted by Dr. John Meade. Both men are approved to teach the … Read moreCourse Review: Suarez International Close Range Gunfighting
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