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- Rifleman’s Skill Builder Class, July 29 – 30I’m a firm believer that every patriot should also be a Rifleman. I wrote about that at the start of this blog in 2020, and now I’d like to offer a class to help make it happen. Lots of people shoot rifles, but that doesn’t make them a Rifleman. When you can live in theContinue reading “Rifleman’s Skill Builder Class, July 29 – 30”
- 2023 Class ScheduleMay 12-15 – Fieldcraft $450 June 9-12 – Bush Tactics $450 July 29-30 – Rifleman’s Skills $275 August 25-28 – Fieldcraft $450 September 29 – October 2 – Protoskills $500 (Information coming soon!) Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up
- 5 minute project: Setting up a Quick Adjust Sling on a Bolt GunI wrote last year about the Defensive Hunter concept. In that article I was using a Ruger American Ranch chambered in 6.5 Grendel. In that article I was using the Magpul RLS sling, and while it is a good inexpensive sling, it also lacks any way to adjust it’s length easily in the field. ThisContinue reading “5 minute project: Setting up a Quick Adjust Sling on a Bolt Gun”
- Von Steuben Training: TDG 13: Quick Reaction Force AnswerBeing on QRF is a lot like being a professional fire fighter. You are at the “fire house” with all your men, vehicles, and equipment ready to go (good standard operating procedures help a lot, which are established through practicing) within 5 minutes. This means your men have to know what they are doing, soContinue reading “Von Steuben Training: TDG 13: Quick Reaction Force Answer”
- Brushbeater StoreMy friend NC Scout has the Brushbeater Store up and running. Be sure and check it out! https://brushbeater.store/ Brushbeater Store