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Difference Between a Single or Double Stack Magazine? Concealing, Binding, Recoil, Weight, Amount of Ammunition, Ease of Shooting & More

When choosing the right handgun for you, you need to decide if you want to have a single stack or double stack magazine. It all comes down to personal preference in what you are looking for in your handgun. Shooting Range Industries is here to talk about some benefits to both of them. Difference Between…

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Police Tactical Shooting Training Courses; Shoot or Don’t Shoot Scenarios, Ranges with Rotating, Moving & Pop Up Targets & More

To be effective training to survive a tactical situation, it needs to be as realistic as possible. Sweaty palms, dry mouth and an adrenalin pump are good. Low light conditions and moving target are suggested as well. The physiological responses to an armed combat altercation are debilitating and steps need to be taken to inoculate…

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Good & Bad Shooting Range Firearm Training Habits for Police Officers; Practice for Real Life & Rapid Fire Scenarios, Handgun Reloading & More

Shooting range time is important for police officers to constantly sharpen their skills and to be a responsible defender of the public. However there are many bad habits that are developed when you’re simply practicing on the range. Shooting Range Industries wants to warn our fellow police officers of these bad habits that were shared…

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Fight or Flight Response Physiology During a Confrontation; Condition Red, Gray & Black. Regular Shooting Range Practice Can Save Your Life!

You finished all the courses and qualify to carry a concealed weapon. But what happens when you’re faced with a deadly force situation? Much of the following is taken from Lt. Colonel Dave Crossman, US Army Retired, well experienced in police training practices. Crossman has written two excellent volumes on the psychology of combat, “On…

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