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Red Flag Laws and my Rights (and Responsibilities?)

Recently we have seen a lot of news about Red Flag Laws. News such as: they are unconstitutional, they are a gateway to registration and confiscation, they violate the 1st, 2nd, 4th, and 5th amendments, and lots more.

Some of what we see, hear, and read is truth, but there’s a lot of rhetoric on both sides of this issue. I’ve reposted some news articles and blogs related to the subject and have seen a pretty big spike in traffic on our Facebook page with several comments, some private messages, texts, emails, and some phone calls discussing this topic.
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Marksman or Gunfighter?

I just spent an incredible nine hours training with some of the best firearms instructors in the state. You might think nine hours is a long time for training, but I had a blast. The time flew by as we were taught how to shoot better, faster, and ultimately to be both effective and efficient in the Intuitive Defensive Shooting Program. That training really got me thinking. The old cliché that “it's like riding a bike” applies to many things. When it comes to complex tasks, you might remember how to do it, i.e., riding a bike, but you won't retain the ability to do it well without extensive practice.
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What do Ground Reactive Forces have to do with Shooting?

From the perspective of an individual who refuses to believe that just chance will determine ones future, I am intrigued with physics and have found the Intuitive Defensive Shooting program insightful in several ways. I have a grounded feeling that there is a truth that through the acknowledgment of physics and intuition we can have a purposeful affect upon our own lives. Plus, I would like to introduce how Ground Reactive Forces can improve performance.
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Why go to a Concealed Carry Class if my state is Constitutional?

Serious Considerations


Concealed Handgun Carry License



So, you made the decision to carry a firearm, but you haven't decided to conceal or to constitutionally carry. If you're one of the few people who are willing to consider both sides of the argument, then this article is written for you.

What's the big deal with concealed carry licensure anyway? Who really needs one and who doesn’t? Many are in favor of getting proper licensure. Of those, most have done the research and realize that it is by far better to go through the class and absolutely understand the laws than listening to unlicensed and uneducated individuals discuss jailhouse law. Let's face it, everyone on social media has an opinion, and most of those opinions have no basis in fact. Allow me to ask you this question. How much do you trust people you don't know when it comes to your money and your freedom?

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Building your Business as a Trainer: Be a Good Instructor

There’s going to come a day when all eyes are looking up, staring at you.

They took time out of their busier-than-ever lives and traveled . . . to see you.

They made room in their budget (some planning months ahead), and they are handing over their hard-earned money . . . to you.

You might be wondering at this point: Who are “they”? Well, let me tell you. They are your future students. And you are their Firearms Instructor. And, of course, what you offer to your future students largely depends on the quality of your instruction. It depends on how well you were trained and your willingness to continue to develop yourself as an instructor.
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