Category Archives: Safety and Training

Having Accuracy Problems while Shooting Your Handgun?

It may not be the firearm or the sights. Many things can contribute to inaccurate and inconsistent shots such as stance, arm position and posture. More often, it’s attributable to what happened during the moment you pull the trigger. Related … Continue reading

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That “F” Has Got to Go!

In hindsight of the Parkland shooting tragedy we need to examine its aftermath and ask ourselves what are we seeing and why. We see students marching to ban assault weapons that they believe are to blame. They also believe that … Continue reading

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Front Sight Firearms Training Institute Will Train Teachers for Free!

I received this email from Front Sight. Nearly 20 years ago, Front Sight was training teachers for free. This started right after the Columbine High School shooting. They are still doing it – FOR FREE. Below is the text of the … Continue reading

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Actually, Owning a Gun IS Necessary (and gun control gets in the way)

  Under American law, an individual does not have a right to police protection. Police are to protect the public in general. Suing a municipality for failing to provide police protection will lose in court for this very reason. However, … Continue reading

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$20 Juniors First Steps Class Saturday February 24th at 10th Street Range

$20 Juniors First Steps class on Saturday February 24th at 10th Street Range Cost is $20, but they must contact me at scvrcnewjrs@bay2a.com for registration / pre-class instruction before the class. Cutoff will be 8 pm this Friday night. San … Continue reading

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San Jose’s Firearm Safe Storage Ordinance Spells Trouble for Gun Owners – Part 2

If you missed it, click here to read Part 1. Don’t worry – Trust an Anti-gun Politician By the way, you have to report the theft of your firearm within 24 hours. Don’t worry about not having a gun safe … Continue reading

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San Jose’s Firearm Safe Storage Ordinance Spells Trouble for Gun Owners – Part 1

On October 17, 2017, the San Jose City Council passed another anti-gun measure with a 6 to 5 vote. The measure states that all firearms must be locked up or disabled with a trigger lock when no one is present … Continue reading

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Bulletproof Vest Test Not Safe

A 23-year-old Tampa, Florida resident assumed room temperature in the late hours on Saturday, September 10th. Joaquin Mendez put on the vest and “wondered aloud whether it still worked.” This was not the brightest thing to say. Related posts:Self Defense … Continue reading

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Don’t Shoot the Drone!

The individually-owned drones seem like a tempting target on which to practice your shotgun skills, especially if it is flying over your property and has its camera pointed at you capturing private moments through your bedroom window. But whatever you … Continue reading

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Jose Canseco “Accidently” Shoots Off Finger At Home

Last night, October 29, José Canseco shot off his middle finger while cleaning his firearm. Everyone seems to be reporting that this was an accidental shooting. José’s girlfriend and fiancé Leila Knight went to José’s twitter account and posted: Related … Continue reading

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