This week's practice we worked on clearing malfunctions with emphasis on not knowing that was the "test". We are slowly working towards shooting under stress. As was noted during my "test", when you're at the range you're more sensitive to the conditions of your firearm. However, when you are in a fight for your life, you won't have the fine motor skills to process that kind of information. So, we need to always assume a malfunction and "slap and rack". A good lesson to be reminded of.
|Kanani shooting her Springfield 1911.|
|Erin preparing to send some lead downrange.|
|Ladies' Night at Tacti-Cool Gun's & Gear - rarely does this|
happen during practice, but when it does it's awesome!
|Nicole and Shellie smiling for the camera.|
CCLSC officially has a Facebook Page! You can find us on Facebook at CCLSC. Like us and tell your friends to do the same. I will be using Facebook as an additional vehicle to keep in contact with all of you, post pictures from our events and practices and share general firearm news/information. You do not need a Facebook account to view our CCLSC page. And don’t forget, we also have a blog, where you can view information about CCLSC.
Tip of the week: Pay Attention or Pay the Price – It’s a short one, and straight to the point. Pay attention. Previous articles have been helping us gather information and create a baseline to become better aware of our surroundings. At the end of the article is a set of questions to ask yourself and help you begin mentally preparing yourself to respond to most situations. “Being hard and dangerous won't do you a bit of good if you never see it coming.” I couldn’t have said it better myself.