The Average Gun Owner

I recently had the opportunity to attend a CCW refresher class.  This class is mandated by my Sheriff for all permit holders, as a prerequisite to renewing a permit. It was really interesting to get a refresher on what the “average CCW applicant” looked like.  I’ve spent so much time around dedicated, highly trained, and well practiced shooters that I’ve become accustomed to people with a high level of proficiency and knowledge.  Seeing “John Q. Public” up close was a good reminder that it’s not always this way. Continue reading “The Average Gun Owner”

Small Revolvers are Hard to Shoot

Sometimes you can be too close to something, too involved in a topic to see it from other perspectives. You can stand too close to a painting to see the whole scene and instead, focus on individual elements. A couple days ago I pulled my S&W 640 Pro out of my range bag. After a couple strings of fire I realized I had been suddenly yanked from the midst of the trees and treated to the full view of the forest that I’d been missing. Continue reading “Small Revolvers are Hard to Shoot”

Tactical First Aid & System Collapse Medicine with Greg Ellifritz

My girlfriend and I recently had the opportunity to attend Greg Ellifritz’s Tactical First Aid & System Collapse Medicine. As far as I’m concerned this class or one like it is must-have training, whether you’re a RevolverGuy or not. This is an after-action review of the class. Continue reading “Tactical First Aid & System Collapse Medicine with Greg Ellifritz”