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Trigger Finger Discipline

Trigger Finger Discipline: The practice of keeping your finger “off the trigger” until your sights are on target and you are ready to discharge the firearm. Trigger finger discipline may be one of the more difficult safety rules to follow. Your fingers and thumb are...

Muzzle Discipline

Muzzle Discipline

What is Muzzle Discipline? Muzzle discipline is the practice of keeping the muzzle of a firearm pointed in a safe direction at all times.  When on a firing range, the muzzle must always be pointed “down range” towards the range backstop, even when not in use.  The...

Maintaining Your Glock Pistol

Maintaining Your Glock Pistol

People always ask me about how often to clean their firearm. How often do I need to replace parts?  Always clean and lube it after every session of shooting is what I always tell them. The number one reason for a firearm malfunctioning is a dirty gun!  9 times out of...

What is a Squib Load

What is a Squib Load

What is a squib load? With over sixty years of shooting experience with everything from flintlock pistols to .50 cal machine guns, I've seen it all, or nearly so. Some common shooting issues are ammo related, and they can be mundane to outright dangerous and life...

The TRANSITION

The TRANSITION

    THE TRANSITION Intermediate to advanced tactics include being able to transition from a long-arm to a handgun. There are several instances where this is a necessary skill set for the tactical operator. The most common reason is because the long-arm has...

40-Yard Friday’s Competition At The TTC Shooting Range

40-Yard Friday’s Competition At The TTC Shooting Range

Join us every Friday for our 40-yard sharp shooting competition. 40-Yard Friday's Details: - Hit a playing card from 40 yards to qualify for the semi-finals at the end of March. - Iron sights, 8 shots, 9mm and above. - One Final sharp-shooter will win a Premium...