Doing the Double-Tap in Mozambique

It was known far and wide by savvy shooters (as in shooters with savoir-faire) as The Mozambique Drill, and was probably the most influential combat training drill of all time. Then the language-killers got in the act, politically corrected the phrase, sucked all the juice out of it and bestowed upon the famous firing sequence the inspiring title of “failure-to-stop” or simply “failure” drill in their manner of communicating like a rookie cop writing out a shoplifting report.

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Get a Grip!: A Complete Guide To Knife Grips

Any time you use a hand-held weapon, the grip you take on that weapon is a major determining factor in how effectively you can use it. If you can’t hold a weapon well, you have little hope of employing it well. Over the years, much has been written about knife fighting grips and their significance

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Way of the Gun: The Zen of International Tactical Training Seminars

Another beautiful, balmy Friday dawns on southern California as Scott Reitz, head instructor and co-founder of International Tactical Training Seminars (ITTS), begins his lecture. It’s a typical February day in California at the Angeles Shooting Range, located just north of Los Angeles in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains. Warm sunshine, a light breeze,

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