Viewing: Firearms Safety

Malfunctions Happen: What’s an Acceptable Rate?

By on August 20, 2014

It finally happened! I had a malfunction with my M&P 9mm.  Last weekend I was shooting an IDPA competition with Texas Tactical and had my ultra reliable M&P malfunction.  I don’t think it was the gun, but the ammo. I

Handgun Malfunctions 101: Immediate Action

By on July 30, 2014

Guns are simple mechanical devices, but even the simplest break or don’t work as they should all the time.  Here is an outline of the most common handgun malfunction problems and their immediate fix. A malfunction is anything that interrupts

Shooting Steel

By on July 10, 2014

I love shooting steel! It’s fun and can be used for great training.  It gives immediate feedback and allows you to learn follow-up shots faster and improve your accuracy with less practice, and it keeps your ego in check.  If

Podcast 94 Gun Handling and Independence

By on July 3, 2014

  Reading of the Declaration of Independence and Administrative Gun Handling.  When you aren’t using your gun do you pay attention to what you are doing? Is there anything different if people are around or when you are on the

Holsters, Lights, and Accidental Discharges

By on October 16, 2013

Last month there were two accidental discharges by police officers at schools (CA Kid Fires Officer’s Gun while in holster, and VA Officer’s Gun goes off).  Both had students put their fingers on the trigger while their gun was in

Podcast 67 Machine Guns

By on September 23, 2013

Download Here Machine Guns, or Full Auto guns can be a blast. They are weapons of war and need to be respected. If you ever get a chance to shoot one, go for it. This podcast is a little info