Pistolcraft: Slide Release or Slingshot?

Would You Hit It — Slide Release or Slingshot?

 

Remember this:  Practice does not make Perfect, it makes PERMANENT!

It pays to frequently re-evaluate your firearm habits to make sure they are not detrimental to REALISTIC FIREARMS TRAINING.

For me, I was trained early on to NEVER use my slide release lever and ALWAYS use the SLINGSHOT method to CHARGE the Pistol.

In the Event of having to manipulate the weapon one-handed, the slingshot can be done using the heel of your shoe/ boot.

Bottom line, which ever way you choose, slide release or slingshot, TRAIN that way ALL THE TIME! Repetition builds muscle memory.

 

How to Use Tactical Reticles

How to Use Tactical Reticles

 

For those of you out there still confused about the difference between Mil’s and MOA, check this article out.

Remember, your Rifle is only as good as the Glass on top of it.

Know it like you know your own face.

Prepare and Train Accordingly.

Get To Cover? A Requiem for Common Sense

Get to Cover? A Requiem for Common Sense

With the likelihood of random gun violence breaking out anywhere at anytime in the world today, it makes sense for the Armed and/or Prepared Civilian to re-cap some basics of staying alive when you are out there on the mean streets beyond the wire (The wire being the protection of your Hearth and Home in this case.)

Understanding what COVER is and it’s main function (Can it STOP incoming rounds from hitting you?) are questions we need to answer now before the shit hits the oscillating device.

Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!