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Green Ops – Defensive Carbine I AAR

This is my second review for Green Ops. It’s also my second class I attended with them. This after action feedback and review will be about the rifle class taught by the team. Being mainly a pistol person for four and a half years, I’m starting to venture on to learning how to use a rifle correctly, effectively and efficiently. In particular the AR platform. Most all civilians in the United States who carry a firearm daily for self protection carry a pistol. It’s imperative that we spend more time and money to train and practice on the tool we carry daily. On the other hand, many of us also own the most popular rifle in American known as the AR-15. AR doesn’t stand for Assault Rifle, it stands for ArmaLite after the company that developed it in the 1950s. The AR-15 rifle platform is very versatile, you can use it for hunting, target shooting or self defense. Whether you already own one or plan on acquiring one, you should know how to effectively and safely use this rifle. You probably don’t use it or carry it everyday with you but it’s good to know how-to when needed. For this class, students are not limited to just bringing an AR-15, there was one student who brought a Tavor 🙄 😀 . Continue reading “Green Ops – Defensive Carbine I AAR” »

Dot Torture Shooting Drill Is For All Who Carry

Whether you are a competitive shooter, police officer or an armed civilian who carries your gun everyday. This dot torture drill will really keep you in check by letting you know whether you need more time on the range. The drill was originally developed by David Blinder. Dot Torture shooting drill pushes your overall pistol marksmanship to the limits. Your draw stroke, grip, shooting stance and trigger control all come in to play here. This is an excellent exercise to include with your routinely range sessions.

You will need 50 rounds per drill and the above target which can be downloaded from pistol-training.com PDF version that can be printed on a standard size printer paper. This are two inch circles. The short instructions are on the target itself. You will first start at 3 yards, you’ll need to pass 100% before increasing the distance or adding time.
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