A Sample Dry Fire Routine…

(Some readers may notice that the title of this post has changed… Due to some recent life changes, I would be lying if I claimed to do this exact routine daily. I do usually dry fire daily, even if it’s just a few presentations and trigger presses, but making time for a structured routine such […]

Shoot/Don’t Shoot Decisions…

I recently listened to a Ballistic Radio interview with Larry Lindenman of Point Driven Training during which, among other topics, he discussed shoot/don’t shoot decisions. During the interview, he described how he had queried students while teaching a class, and only two of the students had ever actually pulled their gun but not fired. While this situation is no […]

2016: Training Goals

Happy New Year!  I’m not one for resolutions, but I thought now would be as good a time as any to outline some personal goals for 2016.  I’ve always found it helpful, in general, to make “to-do” lists and such.  For me, there’s no feeling in the world like crossing things off my list.  I […]