Shooting Down Gun License Myths for the Black Gun Owner

I talk to a lot of Black people about guns. They ask me what I do, and I mention the fact that I have a blog that discusses gun ownership in the Black community. The next thing you know, we trying to figure out when we can get to the range.  I’m a liberal progressive […]

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Talking With Niecee Cornute of the Black Woman’s Defense League

Niecee Cornute is an activist in Dallas, TX. That comes with risks, including harassment, either online or at protests. One thing that she didn’t expect, however, was physical abuse when she entered a relationship with a man that she met through her involvement in two militant Dallas organizations. Of course, there are abusive people in […]

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Shoot Like Bass Reeves: Mastering the Press Out

  I learned the draw stroke in four totally distinct parts. Four. Totally. Separate. Components. Which, when practiced enough, turn into something seamless and effective. There will be video about the science of the draw stroke below, for those who want to see what I’m talking about. In fact, when I’m done watching this, I’ll […]

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Don’t Call it Prepping: the Your Water Sucks edition

Okay, so you’re water might not suck. I hear there are places in America where the water comes out of the faucet as cold and pure as the Alaskan glaciers. Untouched by fluorine and pesticides, agricultural run off and years of industrial neglect. If you live in a place like that, with your own well and […]

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Shoot like Bass Reeves: The Dot Torture test

To build great accuracy fundamentals, focus on the process. Not the results. Results are ego driven, mastering the process builds character. Ego is the enemy of success. Samuel Hayes, Caliber Training Group This is a test. It covers the basics of draw and fire, moving from one target to another and shooting with the strong or […]

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