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Four Fast Web Forms for Firearms Trainers

Why use paper when students have their phones with them? Liability Waiver You can easily copy and paste your liability waivers into a Google Forms based web form as a backup for if you are on the range and nowhere

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4 Quotes from the Gun Owning Mom (whose son shot her)

“As for what happened, yes, I did make a mistake by placing a handgun under the front seat of my vehicle, and that mistake lead to a horrible accident. However, this is not something that is rare. A very large

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Critical Defensive Handgun with Paul Carlson

The Trip The drive out to Garrettsville, Ohio was pretty uneventful 6 hour drive from the DC Metro area. A thing to be mindful of when driving through Pennsylvania is that you will see houses that have Christmas lights on

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Building a Tactically Oriented Facebook Feed

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Many firearms instructors have expressed frustration with students who don’t follow through with the continued learning aspect of personal protection. Sure instructors and more “squared away” concealed carriers could just excoriate the beginner concealed carry class students as “ticket punchers” who are too

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5 Things the RBSD/Combatives Instructor Community Gets Wrong

1)Lack of pressure testing “Pressure testing” can be defined as conducting a live drill against a fully resisting opponent and getting data as to if/when/where/why/how a particular technique works against a fully resisting opponent. The instructors who are guilty of

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