Submitted by Roy Gorman, Maine State Director As the new Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) Director for the State of Maine, and eager to spread the word on junior shooting programs, I rented a booth at the Maine Sportsman Show. I felt it would be a great opportunity to meet people with similar interests and show them that the CMP was Continue Reading
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In this week’s List you’ll find: a great review of my Threat Centered Revolver course; a look at the .22WMR revolver as a defensive option; another idiot shoots and kills someone he didn’t need to shoot at in the first place; some instructors don’t teach, they operate a buffet; how not to be seen (and therefore targeted); how to tell when things are about to go south; ammunition is back!; and a look at a tactical medicine class (and …
I’ve always wanted to reload my own ammunition, but there was never room or other priorities were getting in the way. Then a couple of years ago two things happened; my workshop burned down and my wife got me addicted to S&W top-breaks. Getting me addicted to the top-breaks meant I needed .38 and .32 […]