The range is not the place to be very fashion conscious. While you can dress cute and there are more fashionable safety accessories on the market than ever before, dressing for safety is most important. In this video Tatiana Whitlock and Heather Eckert explain how to dress for success for a training class. Starting from […]
In my family, we are firearms instructors, competitive shooters, hunters, and have guns for self defense. There was a lot of talk about guns with our children because it was extremely important for us to model the “healthy respect and fear” one should have of a firearm. I say the word “fear” and cringe a […]
Guarding your Castle is a hot topic, often heatedly discussed with little to no real understanding of the issue at hand. In the past a high-visible and very powerful politician gave advice about blasting a couple rounds in the air with a shotgun to scare away a home invader. It’s important to turn to the experts for more appropriate advice.
In this video, Tatiana Whitlock demonstrates two different techniques to using the slide stop to chamber a pistol round.
Here are six critical reasons why you should have a private session or two, or three, as well as the benefits that you are likely to achieve.
If you are heading to a Girl’s Night Out at the range, you will need to get full metal jacket (FMJ) rounds.
New shooters can be frustrated when loading their pistol magazines. In this video Tatiana Whitlock offers some tips and techniques for how to easily insert ammo cartridges into a magazine.
“Always wear eye and ear protection.” “Eyes and ears!” We hear it. We abide by it. But have you ever really thought
about it? Will your gear meet the standards that you require when you need them
In this video Tatiana Whitlock walks you through the A Girl & A Gun method for drawing your pistol.
If you aren’t putting on your belt and holster (if you have one) and dry firing, you aren’t building the neuropathways you will need when you need them the most — in situations under stress or duress. It also trains your eye where to look (hint: focus on the front sight), helps train you to get your sight picture quickly and helps encourage your body to pull the firearm up to your line of sight. Your grip and your stance will be put under stress and you will know very quickly when you draw and drive the firearm forward if you loosen anywhere. This helps you know where to tighten up.