Category Archives: 090 E-Training

Selecting a Safe Dry Practice Area

If you understand the value of dry practice and are ready to begin training, the first thing you need to consider is a safe location to dry practice in.

A good dry practice area will help you maintain focus on the task at hand while keeping you and others safe.

Much like establishing a storefront, you need to select your dry practice area with the most important factor in mind “location, location, location.”

When selecting your dry practice area, ensure it meets the following criteria:

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Concealed Carry Reciprocity May Be Coming To Illinois

“Why would some go through 16 hours of training if they could mail order to get a concealed carry permit from Virginia or from Florida?” Asked Colleen Daley, executive director of Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence. “We want to make sure only the most qualified individuals… who’ve gone through the training and know what they’re doing are carrying firearms in our state.”

Really? So you think that the 16-hour course as mandated by Illinois is somehow superior to a mail order system?

Please list the facts that back up the claim that after state training people “know what they’re doing,” and then explain to the class why Illinois residents are too stupid to be able to do the same as those from Florida and Virginia who can mail order.

Source: WRSP

Hybrid-80 polymer 80% AR-15 lower build and review – Will it hold up to heavy use?

Lets go ahead and list the pros and the cons and why I suggest this as your next AR build! Pros follow. Lightweight, it weighs on average about half what an aluminum standard lower will weigh. Remember, ounces are pounds and so on. I like having an AR that is capable of 200- 300 yard shooting that weighs 5-6lbs loaded. Its NICE! Strong, I was unable to break it with standard drop testing and even some minor use of it as a hammer with the butt stock as the handle.

Source: thesurvivalistblog.net

Video Games Actually Make You A Better Soldier

It’s nice to be proven right, and glad the reality is beginning to sink in.

The debate about whether or not video games improve your cognitive abilities is over. It turns out they can make you quicker and more decisive. And as a result, the military has begun testing and using virtual reality programs to train soldiers. And while you may think that video games or simulations don’t compare to actual field training, experts within the military community suggest that you’d be wrong.

Source: taskandpurpose.com

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