7 Ways to Stop Stolen Valor

“He wouldn’t tell these outrageous stories just right off the bat. He would drop little bits of things that are plausible. And he would tailor that plausibility story to each person, knowing what they knew.”-Victim of  AJ Dicken There are scumbags out there who will try to hustle decent folks out of their money by appealing to […]

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Standards (Part IV – Establishing your baseline)

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In the previous installment, I mentioned that shooters have a tendency to ‘walk’ their rounds into the center of the target. The reason for this is that the most missed shot in shooting is the very…

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Standards (Part III – Who Sets the Standards?)

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I won’t be wronged, I won’t be insulted, I won’t be laid a hand on. I don’t do these things to other people and I require the same from them. –J.B. Books When discussing Standards, we…

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Standards (Part II – Why)

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A good man always knows his limitations. –Inspector Harry Callahan As early as the colonial times, it was recognized that shooting firearms is an athletic endeavor. Thomas Jefferson implied as much to his nephew, when he…

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Standards (A Series)

Originally posted on tacticalprofessor:
Standards (Part I – Introduction) While I’ve been on hiatus, I’ve been thinking a great deal about Standards. The Free Dictionary lists the first noun definition of Standard as: An acknowledged measure of comparison for quantitative…

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