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Perspective in training

Photo Courtesy of Norwegian Army By: Tore Haugli They say that the devil is in the details - that is true. However, I sometimes think that there is a lot of useless detail being propogated, as well as focus on problems that really aren't worth the time spent on them.

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“That Guy”: Gearing Up

Know your goal. Know your role. Slow your roll. We live in a world of appearances. It's unavoidable when most of the data we accumulate is visual. How we look is important and can play a large part in what social groups we to which we gain entry. If you

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Police and the minimum requirement

I have always been a firearms enthusiast. I was surprised I wasn’t surrounded by like minded people when I went through the police academy. It wasn’t until I took further training beyond what is provided in law enforcement did I start seeing a bigger picture beyond just firearms. I learned

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Thought for the day.

If you have firearms and think you are ready for whatever and you don't train, you are wrong. If you think your weekly/monthly shooting trip with Skeeter is training, you are wrong. Unless you are doing this under the watchful eye of a VETTED instructor - it is practice or

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