Have you attended a bad firearms training class? How do you know?


Have you attended a bad firearms training class?  How do you know?

By:  Joshua Gideon

  1. If the advice given to you after a shooting incident is to “Keep your mouth shut.” Or “Don’t talk to the cops and immediately ask for a lawyer.”  You might have attended a bad firearms training class.
  2. The instructor used the words “Stopping Power” or “Killing Power” when referring to a particular caliber of firearm.  You might have attended a bad firearms training class.
  3. If the instructor did not cover how to prepare for an ambush situation.  You might have attended a bad firearms training class.
  4. The instructor advised that a “snub revolver” or a “Small pistol” is a great starter gun for a woman.  You might have attended a bad firearms training class.
  5. If your instructor defined combat accuracy as tight groups on your paper target.  You might have attended a bad firearms training class.
  6. If your instructor taught you do reloads in your “workspace.”  You might have attended a bad firearms training class.
  7. If your instructor didn’t teach you why you should put your arms at full extension while shooting.  You might have attended a bad firearms training class.
  8. If your instructors only training credentials are “former military” or “law enforcement officer” with no civilian instructor based training.  You might have attended a bad firearms training class.
  9. If your class did not cover how to use your body’s natural response to a dynamic critical incident.  You might have attended a bad firearms training class.
  10. If your instructor mentions in his qualifications that he has, “been around guns all his life.”  You might have attended a bad firearms training class.

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