It’s been quite some time since I’ve posted one of these articles (see some prior iterations here, here, and here). Though my writing productivity for the blog has slowed a bit in recent months, I am happy to say that I have been shooting a bit more than last year. Changes The biggest change I […]
We’ve all heard it before, right? Borrowing from the series of classic lines from “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly”, it is often said that there are two kinds of gun owners: those who have had a negligent discharge, and those who will. While this sounds defeatist on many levels, I believe that, if […]
Last weekend, while everyone else was watching the Royal wedding, I was traveling to train in one of my favorite states. John Murphy of FPF Training was kind enough to invite me to attend his “Concealed Carry: Advanced Skills and Tactics” class held in southern New Hampshire. Robert has taken several of Murphy’s classes, and […]
My blog partner John has mentioned more than once in his articles on shotgun patterning (see here, here, and here) how I too have been working on an article addressing this same need. John and I largely ignored the shotgun—in terms of training classes and articles—during our first couple of years writing for the blog. […]
A full weekend spent learning Defensive Carbine from Defense Techniques Academy.
I have written before, in passing, about my long-time interest in football. As much as I love a long pass completion or a big hit (those that are allowed these days), what I really love is the chess match. Old high school and college notebooks of mine have the margins filled with offensive plays and […]
This review will be different from most of the other AARs John and I have written. Some backstory: Regular readers of this blog should know by now that I am a special education teacher. The school where I currently work is a non-public special education facility. What this means is that we serve students with […]