Tag Archives: guns

Irresponsible Flippancy

            One of the most frustrating things I see time and time again on the interwebs is irresponsible flippancy on the part of some armed citizens toward the concept of using deadly force. It usually comes in the form of … Continue reading

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Dealing with the “Old School”

There is currently a renaissance taking place in the firearms industry. If you take a look at the landscape, especially in relation to training opportunities; you will find a young, innovative group of instructors beginning to take the lead. There … Continue reading

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My Every Day Carry (EDC) Setup

The two questions that I get asked more often than not as an instructor are: “What do you recommend I carry?” and “What do you carry?” With this post I am going to detail what I usually walk out the … Continue reading

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The Evolution of a Student and an Instructor

Hello shooters. Allow me to introduce myself for those of you who don’t know me. My name is Aaron Israel and I live in Midland, Texas with my wife Stacey and our daughter Savannah. I have a full time job … Continue reading

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