Today: Last weekend I went to Range Master’s Tactical Conference. It’s a shooter’s conference designed for students and instructors for self defense shooting. I really enjoyed it and of course learned some cool stuff. I’m excited to say that I learned more then usual at these things. I’ve gotten to the point where I only learn one or two things at each event I go to. This one I learned a lot. So I’m going to bring that knowledge to you.
This week is an overview about big thoughts and changes that I made to my life right after coming back. These include changing my ECD, more personal focus on gun safety and safe storage of firearms, and different modes of carry.
Check out this episode to get ideas about your Every-Day-Carry, Violent Criminal Actors, Terrorist Bombings, and No Gun signs at church.
I’ve loved shooting since the first time I pulled a trigger at age 8. During high school I volunteered at my local PD where I learned more about handguns. I joined the Marine Corps Infantry after high school. I was a reserve for 10 years with 2 years of active duty and 1 tour in Iraq in 2003. I worked for an armored car company for almost 7 years mostly in the LA area of California. During all that I also got a degree in law enforcement and went through two different police academies. Being a cop never worked out, but through it all I’ve always been training people to fight. I spent all of 2008 in Iraq again as a private contractor defending a base. There I got to teach and train with the US Army and others. Now I want to bring that experience and my joy of teaching to others. I love teaching firearms and want the good people of the world to be able to defend themselves. It’s now my mission and purpose in life.