Thought for the day.

swat2fj5If 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 in most cases: ballistic masturbation. Practice most definitely does not make perfect. It only makes permanent. The more that we do, under the eyes of an instructor, will make us better. Training requires goals, purpose, actual instructors, and structure. Only under the watchful eye of a skilled instructor who provides immediate correction and feedback are you really going to become proficient. Before your next big purchase, consider spending that money on training. That is a Pat Rogers speech in my words.

 

 

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Active Law Enforcement background since before the turn of the century in the middle of no where. Firearms instructor, armorer, hangs out at DARC, has attended numerous training courses including DARC, Follow Through Consulting, EAG, TMacs, and more boring mandatory popo training you can shake a stick at. He has written for RECOIL Magazine, Breach Bang Clear, Soldier Systems Daily and Monderno. Enjoys long walks on the beach, blah blah blah… Known as Matt Prime or Riafdnal in some circles.

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