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A Handgun, Two Magazines, and $1000 What’s Next?

A Handgun, Two Magazines, and $1000 What’s Next?  by Omari Broussard Photos by Author Posted: January 17, 2013 Omari Broussard is currently serving as an active duty armed professional for 20+ years. His experience includes Maritime Interception Operations (MIO) primarily in the Persian Gulf. He is also a founding member of the Navy’s Heliborne Visit, Board, Search, and Seizure Team (HVBSS Team One). Omari has branched out from …

Understanding the Need for “High Capacity” Magazines

Understanding the Need for “High Capacity” Magazines Please review Rob Pincus’ Stats to determine if you have made the right choice in selecting your “Gun-of-Choice” with your “Magazine-Size-of-Choice”!

 

Math lesson! How much ammunition do you need for personal or home defense? It’s a hot topic today. Rob Pincus has the stats at hand and runs the numbers to illustrate that the logical need for a high …

Lead Contamination & Shooting-Part 2

Lead Contamination & Shooting-Part 2: Winning the Battle By Bob & “Jo” Esquerre In our April 26th Blog, we had reported that Jolyn and I had been diagnosed with Lead Poisoning that was caused by training in a poorly ventilated Indoor Range. As of June 25th, we are happy to report that our Lead Contamination had responded to an aggressive combination of Intravenous Chelation Therapy Sessions and massive daily …

Selecting the Best Home Defense Handgun

Selecting the Best Home Defense Handgun

May 8, 2013 by 

In episode 0329 we discussed why it is that we may want to choose a handgun for defense. A handgun has many positive attributes including:

– portability – easy to secure – common availability – recoil management

In today’s podcast going to take some time to discuss the specific attributes of handguns and why some are better for 

The Gander Mountain Academy: Defensive Handgun Simulation Training

The Gander Mountain Academy: Defensive Handgun Simulation Training By Bob & “Jo” Esquerre

On Saturday, May 25, 2013, five of our Combat Focus Shooting Students drove 211 miles (422 total miles), spent 3 hours each way on Memorial Day Weekend, without their families, to attend the Gander Mountain Academy [GMA] in Lake Mary, Florida. This was their introduction to the GMA  High Level Laser Projection Simulator Training Program.

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