The Viridian C5L

I realized that the more I trained with other reputable trainers, I learned that shit can hit the fan anywhere and any time; in particular, when you are most vulnerable. The majority of most encounters I’ve read about or discussed in class with various trainers usually seem to have a common factor of a low […]

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The Weekend Gunfighter

Over the last couple of years, I’ve attended several tactical training and competitive shooting events. I noticed that there seem to be at least three types of mindsets on the field. The tactical training events, the majority of the guys show up will have “tacti-cool” gear. The competitive events, the shooters will show up with […]

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In The Shadow of the No Light

When I told a friend, who is a competition shooter, that I’m going to my “tactical” training night with my instructor, he was like “why”? I told him that I was in need to work on my low light/no light skills and he pretty much told me that I was wasting my time. He also […]

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Tactical Pistol Two

Recently I heard, in passing, from Kyle Defoor a question that some people often asked him in regards to shooting. What makes a Tier One Operator different from a another shooter? Kyle simply replied with a saying, and I’m paraphrasing here: The difference comes down to weapon manipulation. Being able to efficiently and quickly manipulate […]

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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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