In the world of Close Quarters Combat (CQB), mastering the art is a formidable challenge that demands time, energy, and skill. This year, I embarked on a journey to hone my CQB skills through Corevision’s Structural Assessment Course. Whether you’re a novice eager to establish a strong foundation or an experienced operator looking to reinforce your fundamentals, this course offers a vital entry point. Join me as we delve into the core elements of CQB, taking that crucial first step into this complex world.
We all seek to enhance our performance as shooters. We quest for knowledge through books, media, and drill standards. Yet, performance is built upon so much more. You need to understand the building block of performance shooting. I had the opportunity to take First Defense’s Performance Rifle and Pistol class. Let’s take a deep dive into what this class truly has to offer.
This year I was blessed to have the opportunity to attend to recieve formalized training this year. Training is expensive, ammo is expensive, and travel is expensive. People have to pick and choose where they want to invest their time and money. Training and constant evaluation as a shooter is imperative. Shooting is a perishable skill set by nature. So, we hve to take advantage of training when we can. AHT provides a course that is worth your hard earned cash.
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Recently, Next Level Training (NLT) announced the addition of the SIG P320 SIRT Training Pistol to its lineup. For those how are uninitiated Next Level Training makes training pistols with a resetting trigger for use in dry fire training. The SIRT pistols also have a laser within the trainer to see shot placement upon a target.
Today, Ruger announced and released the Lite Rack LCP II that is chambered in .22LR, which is a direct competitor to the Glock 44 released a less than a month earlier.
I am personally a big fan of steel targets. It allows for shooters to get that positive audible reinforcement of a successful hit on target that paper doesn’t allow.
As, the Marine Corps prepares to fight in other climates outside of the Middle East, Alaska is becoming another potential place to prep for the next battlefield. Yes, you have read correctly…Alaska.
There is a lot to consider when conceal carrying. If you are reading this you are potentially on the fence about conceal carry or conceal carry infrequently. Deep down you are asking yourself, “Should I conceal carry? If so, why should I?” Today, I am here to help you answer the question, “Should I conceal carry?”
For most of my life I have been obsessed about war and conflict. I have always gravitated towards it. Their is so much complexity to the dynamics of warfare it has always intrigued me.
Ever since I started this blog I have wanted Obsidian Concepts to be a learning tool that people could turn to. From your new shooter to your high speed low drag operators. A tool for military and law enforcement to engage and discuss and to become better professionals at their chosen professions.
Hard to Kill Series Writer’s Commentary: A few days ago talking with a colleague at work we were discussing our experiences in the military and the training we used to […]