Armed at the Gym & 2017’s Big Announcement
Our SWAT Fuel Warrior of the Week wants to remain an armed citizen while at the gym. How can you wear workout clothes and still be armed? Paul and Jarrad have some experience with this topic and offer their advice for remaining armed while getting fit.
We have been teasing you with hints and now is the time. Professor Paul makes the big announcement for 2017. This event has been almost a year in the making. Tune in to find out what the entire Student of the Gun crew has been up to during the last week.
All of us at SOTG are excited to share this news with all of you. Remember, listen louder. You are a student for life.
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Topics Covered During This Episode:
- Warrior of the Week brought to you by SWAT Fuel: How to be Armed at the Gym
- 2017’s Big Announcement: SOTG-U Mountain HQ
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“Aside from the movies and TV, dry fire instills more bad habits than any other activity.” Such was the comment of the owner of one of the nation’s top shooting schools. The school in question puts through some 5000 plus students per year, so they have a tremendous amount of experience on which to base their opinions.
Dry Fire or Dry Practice
The terms Dry Fire or Dry Practice have been used for decades and both descriptors have the same meaning for our purpose here. In the simplest terms, dry fire means to practice with a firearm sans ammunition.
During USMC basic training at Parris Island, South Carolina we spent an entire week dry-firing with our M16A2 rifles. We called this “Grass Week”, as we’d be spending a lot of time sitting, kneeling, and lying in the grass. Our instructors combined verbal teaching methods with hours upon hours of dedicated dry-fire drills. We were assured that if we dedicated ourselves to the dry-fire process that we would be rewarded on Qualification Day with high scores.
From a personal standpoint, I absolutely took the dry-fire training seriously. In my mind, there was no other choice. As my Primary Marksmanship Instructor had advised, on qualification day my dedicated dry fire work was rewarded with an “Expert” rating, the highest rank awarded to Marines.