This week’s post from weaponsman.com is a quick lesson in land nav. Like every week we share some of the best posts from our friend Kevin O’Brien, who passed away too young coming up on two years. The best case is to have a map and a compass. If you have a general idea of … Read moreLEARNING LAND NAVIGATION
I often tell people you can take golf training tips and replace golf with “shooting” and they apply. Once again we look at a golfing calendar and see how the golf tips apply to shooting. All credits goes to whom ever made that golfing calendar. Lets look at the advise for January 2019: Golf is … Read moreGolf tips for the discerning shooter Part 2
I wrote this up as a response affirming and adding to a article I saw. If it was worth saying elsewhere, it is worth repeating here. Years ago, I used to read a site made by a former Army Ranger that had a great deal of good advice on it. But I remember they had … Read moreTraditions and training
I often tell people you can take golf training tips and replace golf with “shooting” and they apply. Yesterday, at work, one of the vendors I purchase from sent me a calendar that has golf tips. Let us have some fun and see how well they apply to shooting. All credits goes to whom ever … Read moreGolf tips for the discerning shooter Part 1
At any given time there are a handful of firearms I really want to purchase. Usually after a few years of looking I manage to find one, quickly get tired of it, and later sell it for a minute profit. The newest accusation is a Mossberg 500 MILS. I’ll post more about it some other … Read moreMemories of Shotguns in the Corps
I was sent this video on how not to get injured in martial arts training, this is just too important to not share. I hurt one of my shoulders in a training class. I was working with a partner who was having a hard time, and I was feeling pretty badass since this guy was … Read moreDon’t get injured in training.
A member of AR15.com recently took the time to write up his experience of having to use lethal force to save at least two people not counting himself. He has graciously allowed us to share it here. I’ve been debating posting this for a while. I got a call from the prosecutor last week telling … Read moreA Self Defense Story
Today I decided to do another post about things I have run across or crosses my mind. Like the first time I did this it will be images I found interesting or noteworthy. First off is a first. Serial number 1 Colt model of 1911. It doesn’t get any more historic than that. On that … Read moreMore Random Interesting Things
Today we have another post from our friends Kevin aka “hognose” to his many readers and admirers. Kevin passed away too soon in spring of 2017 and we repost some of his work every week to preserve it. By Kevin O’Brien There’s nobody quite as good at CQB/CQC/good-ole-doorkickin’ as the unit known as Delta. … Read moreCQB: Attitude Beats TTPs
Stumbled across this video today. The source (imgur) says that it is Indonesian Special Forces training. It is a good thing that the shooter on the left is wearing eye protection, otherwise someone might get hurt.