Training

  1. Dry-Fire Training, Part 1 - Why It's Important

    Dry-Fire Training, Part 1 - Why It's Important

    When it comes to improving your skills with firearms, dry-fire training is equally as important as live-fire training. The term “dry-fire” means your magazine and firearm are “dry” of ammunition. The term “live-fire” refers to your firearm and magazine being filled with “live” ammunition. Training regularly with your firearm builds and maintains the neural pathways between your brain and muscles...
  2. Enhance Your Skills With A Modern Carbine (AR-15) Through Training With Josh Froelich At F5 Range

    Enhance Your Skills With A Modern Carbine (AR-15) Through Training With Josh Froelich At F5 Range

    Knowing how to run your AR is a life-saving skill. It's more than knowing how to load it and pull the trigger. To excel and improve your skills with firearms, training with said firearms should be ongoing and incorporated into your everyday life. Every time you head to the range, you should set some expectations and goals to get the...
  3. Airsoft - The Affordable Force on Force option

    Airsoft - The Affordable Force on Force option

    How do you practice shooting bad guys without actually shooting bad guys? One extremely valuable form of firearm training you can obtain is force-on-force training. Force on force is the use of simulated weapons that fire a non-lethal form of ammunition and propulsion. Traditionally force on force utilizes something called Simmunitions. These are often chalk rounds that use modified firearms...
  4. The Axil Trackr Blu - High Tech Hearing Defense

    The Axil Trackr Blu - High Tech Hearing Defense

    Ear protection is vital to safe and enjoyable shooting. Travis reviews the Axil Trackr Blu electronic protection. Wearing eyes and ears is a must when you shoot guns. I very much value my eyesight and hearing, so I will try my hardest to protect both. At the same time, I get annoyed by PPE, and I am constantly seeking the...
  5. The Power of the +ONE® Movement

    The Power of the +ONE® Movement

    What is the +ONE® Movement? The National Shooting Sports Foundation coined the +ONE® Movement to bring gun owner awareness of the importance of bringing someone new to the range. "If just one in three of America’s recreational shooters adds one new person to the shooting sports, we’ll secure a strong future for generations to come. So be the one. For...
  6. Competitive Shooting Guns & Gear: Part 2, IDPA

    Competitive Shooting Guns & Gear: Part 2, IDPA

    Getting into competitive shooting sports is easier than it may seem, but does require some minimal gear to get started in any discipline. In our Competitive Shooting Guns & Gear Series of blogs, we'll go over specific shooting sports, what's needed to get started, what it costs to get involved, and a basic overview of the sport. The second shooting...

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