Wednesday, July 2, 2014

CWP, 3 April 2014 A.D.
Greetings Concealed Weapons Permittees,

***** Training *****

"MAY/MUST Questions Answered Correctly. . . Shoot First, Live"
by Steven Harris
Mr. Harris, an attorney, explains the legally
correct concepts and dispels legally incorrect

"Competition and the Tactical World" by Arik Levy
Competition is more than stress inoculation. 
It’s refining the mind to slow down and work the
problem while the body is busy doing something else.

"Competition Vs. The Tactical World part Tres…"
by Arik Levy
     “You won’t see your sights in a gunfight…” 
I hear that a lot as well.  I’m going out on a limb
but I think the people who didn’t see their sights
during their shooting, had never trained to use
their sights anyway.
     In my position, I’m lucky and honored to speak
with officers who’ve been in gunfights and I get to
train with some of elite instructors who’ve worked
defending our country over seas.  They all say the
same thing.  “I saw my sights every time…”

***** Manufacturing Ammo *****

     Discovery Channel's "HowStuffWorks"
     Black Hills

***** Gear *****

Jeff Cooper's Commentaries
Vol. 1, No. 3, 1 July 1993
"The recent marketing attempts to sell laser pointers
for pistols should be viewed askance.  We tested such
devices here at the Ranch some years ago when they
were much more expensive than they are now, and we
discovered that the principle disadvantage of the
laser is that it is slow.  When you present a pistol
properly and pick up the flash sight-picture, you do
it in one smooth stroke.  When, on the other hand,
you present a laser-equipped pistol you must hunt
around for that orange dot on the target, which
takes more time than the acquisition of the flash
sight picture.  The time increment between the two
systems is admittedly slight, but one wonders why one
should install an expensive gadget in order to create
a slight disadvantage."
     Used with permission, because Col. Cooper said,
'Please feel free to paraphrase and disseminate
anything that you may read in this paper. I am a
teacher, not a salesman, and it is my pleasure to see
my teachings spread far and wide.
"Die Gedanken sind frei!"  '


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