Yesterday I did a review of Gun Training With The Non-aggression Principle, vol 1. Well the director Michael W Dean said he wants to give away a copy to you guys (and ladies) . If you read yesterdays article about it then you know that I highly recommend it. You should have already ordered it in fact. It’s only $20 on amazon so you have no reason not to. Well except I’m about to give one away. I’ll just use the same rules as I did last month. Be a subscriber of the blog. It’s here if you’ve not done so. Leave a comment on this blog post. I’ll run the contest till Saturday (10/5/2012) at 9am CST. Be prepared to check this post at that time and email me your shipping info so I can shoot that over and get your DVD out. Thanks and good luck.
Today I have a review for you I’ve been waiting for. Gun Training With The Non-aggression Principle, Vol 1 directed by Michael W Dean from the Freedom Feens podcast and other great products. The DVD is hosted by Jared Waltz. The run time on it is 99 minutes of jam packed information.
3 Dry Fire Drills You Can Do At Home To Shoot Better
I began the year as a relatively new shooter and a not very good shot. I’ve been on a mission to improve my shooting this year and have made huge improvements. This is largely due to, getting professional training and getting out to the range more often. Dry Fire Drills have helped a lot as well.
My goal has been to go to the range no less than once a month and occasionally weekly. Shooting that often certainly helps out my shooting. The downside is that ammo is expensive and finding time for the range can be hard. My solution is for the expense and time is dry fire drills. Let me show you what I’m doing.
Today I’m going to go into a the importance of getting proper training. I don’t just mean in the world of firearms either. Though that should be one of your top priorities. I’m talking about not trying to completely self teach yourself everything. Let me show you why you should try to find an instructor over a book.
I was saddened to hear news yesterday of the passing of Firearms instructor Paul Gomez. Paul was born August 19th 1971 in Baton Rouge. LA. Paul was a solider for thirteen years and a police officer in Baton Rogue for three. Paul has been teaching students like myself for seventeen years. I unfortunately only had the opportunity to met him once.