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Annie, get your gear

A few days ago on Facebook, I posted a question about why there aren’t as many women as men in midlevel or advanced firearms training classes. There were a lot of answers. One of the things that came up was … Continue reading

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Motor program

With the cost of ammunition right now, it’s amazing anyone can afford to practice without getting some good coaching first to be sure they’re practicing the right things. According to Schmidt in Motor Learning and Performance, it takes roughly 300 … Continue reading

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Talking to a woman awhile back, she told me that she doesn’t want to take a class because it costs so much money and she really can’t justify spending money on herself. She’d rather spend her money on her family, … Continue reading

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Fire Drill

This weekend, I’m hanging at the Rangemaster Tactical Conference. Soooo much good stuff here, with presentations from some of the best serious gun trainers in the industry. There are over 20 professional instructors here, each presenting a 2-hour block of … Continue reading

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Kids say the darnedest things

Before I got married, I had six theories about bringing up children. Now I have six children and no theories. – John Wilmot When my kids were little, I told them that “gun talk” was kind of like “bathroom talk.” … Continue reading

Lessons from the headlines #6: How _not_ to check out your new holster

Over the years, several people have wondered why I recommend never putting a loaded gun into your new holster right away. “Wait, what? Did she just say not to use my new holster immediately??” Why, yes. Yes I did. Never … Continue reading

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