Beau takes you through the three main types of shooting and moving techniques for concealed carry and competitive shooting.
Each spring I go through my Everyday Carry (EDC) gear because over the course of a year, some of my needs may change. As warmer weather approaches the frozen tundra where I live, I wanted to take you through my EDC to give you a few ideas of what you could easily carry on body for effective defense.
For many, a Concealed Carry permit is a destination and it may be the first and last professional training a shooter does. This shouldn't be the case as Concealed Carry isn't a destination, but a journey. Join Beau as he takes you through the development of the skills critical for effective Concealed Carry.
There are many methods of drawing a firearm. Different trainers subscribe to different methodologies, however each one has some pluses and minuses that are worth exploring as you determine which one is “best.” Some "gains" in speed or efficiency can actually harm your capability later in the draw stroke.