I get asked this a lot. “If I’m serious about self-defense, should I shoot matches?” The answer is yes. Absolutely, unequivocally yes.
I’ve had a lot of people ask my why I lean back when I holster. This video explains that.
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But what if you need to shoot and your sights can’t be on the target?
All guns are always loaded, right? I mean, except for when they’re not.
Alternate title for this video was “bro, do you even press check?”
Want to buy some awesome training rounds so you can practice your press check and your eject-and-catch? Here are the rounds I use.
In today’s video, I don’t shoot anything, I don’t review any gear, I just…walk. But the point here is to address the people who’ve commented on my videos that “appendix carry isn’t comfortable for all day wear.” To which I say “bollocks” because if I can walk 7 miles in under 2 hours with a gun at the AIWB position and no undershirt, then it’s perfectly comfortable.
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I received an interesting comment the other day on my “Five tips for smart concealed carry” video. The commenter said “I’d like to see you drive a car with that rig” which I thought was odd, because I’ve done 8 hour road trips with that rig. But because I understand that this is the internet, and you must show people, I decided to do a fun little video about living with AIWB.
So I drove my car to get coffee and donuts.
I don’t actually like to dry fire that much. The joke in the video about countless hours of mindless repetition is how I feel about it. But I also think it’s an incredibly useful tool for building “casual manipulation skills.” What are those?