Ok, I have to get in on this. I've been trying not to but I can't keep silent any longer. Needless to say, I'm thrilled for Mr Zimmerman. He was a victim of caring about his neighborhood. The man was on the neighborhood watch in a crime ridden area. Did he sit on his couch … Continue reading Zimmerman and the Aftermath
This past weekend I hosted an informal carbine training course. It was just a few friends and of course the Crusader training team there. The spot we picked in the being a great place to hold such course. While the shooting bays that we wanted were packed full by the time we got there that … Continue reading A Little Informal Training
Dry fire is an essential part of any practice routine. Now I say that with a disclaimer. Dry fire must be used in the correct context. This is not a training technique for adding accuracy, although accuracy will follow. Using this for anything other than what it's meant for will result in not getting everything … Continue reading Dry Fire Practice
There is going to be some big unexpected changes around here. They aren't changes I wanted to make but the time has come to face them. With the loss of our Senior Trainor just over a month away we've had a lot of things to consider. What happens to the training program that he spearheaded? … Continue reading Changes at Crusader
There's a sponsor of The Blaze network that I have to say something about and it's not to one you think. Other than the fact that they advertise on The Blaze I'm not going to use their name. They do some pretty great training in the hand to hand realm. It's their add I have … Continue reading Needs better add copy
Heroes follow their training...you don't have a clear shot, don't take it.
I have a few things to say but first let me take a second to offer my sympathy and broken heart to the families having to find a way to get through the day after loosing a child to something as horrific as this. I speak for myself as well as all of us at … Continue reading Gundoc’s Response to the Connecticut Shooting