Tactical Pistol Three

I guess it was only a matter of time before I decided to finish up the “Tactical Pistol” series offered by Tactical Firearms Academy (TFA). To be honest, I was purposely putting off taking this last class because all I heard was that the qualifiers were brutal. Yes, there are two qualifiers. If you’ve taken […]

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The Volkspistole

When Heckler and Koch announced that they were releasing a striker fire pistol back in 2014, I was like “it’s about time!“. After all, the only pistols that I currently have been using were all hammer fired double-action/single-action system. And unlike my former ownership of the XD-S, I was never quite bothered about rushing out […]

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The Legendary MP5

This year has been so far a great experience for my shooting career. I was fortunate enough to spent the last 5 months trying to learn how to manipulate the Heckler and Koch MP5, courtesy of Tactical Firearms Academy. While in reality, I only get the chance to run it once a month during the […]

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The Basics of Fundamentals

It’s funny to sit here and look back on the many classes that I’ve taken since I started learning how to shoot. No matter if it’s with a local instructor or someone recently like with Chris Costa; it seems that every (good) instructor will key in on the fundamentals of marksmanship. Although they all might […]

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Subguns Sunday

It started with what I thought was a post that I didn’t think would have taken me seriously. But the post read… Sunday Steel Challenge Markham Park @ 0815. I am in for the MP5 squad…anyone else? That post came from my instructor. Well, I figure I answer him but I doubt he would take […]

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There’s Always a Lesson

I have to admit that it’s been nice to squad up with a group of people who has the same training as you. Well, at least for me it is. The mentality on the squad is definitely a lot different from a competitive environment. I mean, lets face it, I like doing my reloads and […]

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Tactical Pistol One

I did the deed and completed the Tactical Pistol 1 Course with TFA. Overall the course was really good. And when I say I good, I mean I didn’t accidentally shoot myself trying to learn how to be a better shooter. The class was a decent size of 15 students with two instructors, three safety […]

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