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You want me to put my pistol where?; Gunfight training to stay sharp

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In this month's edition of Firearms eNews, Ken Hardesty reviews an inside-the-waistband appendix carry holster from JM Custom Kydex, while Ron Avery provides some insights on how competitive shooting can be one of the best ways to find out how well you're likely to perform under pressure.

In a video segment, Betsy Brantner Smith shares some considerations for different holsters suitable for different-sized officers. Finally, Lindsey Bertomen reviews the Redfield CounterStrike optic, a new product to come to market in the wake of that company's acquisition by optics legend Leupold in 2008.


Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
Firearms Gear
You want me to put my pistol where?
By Ken Hardesty, PoliceOne Contributor
Appendix carry — carrying a concealed handgun near or on the centerline of the body — takes some getting used to. Here's how
Firearms Training
Gunfight training: Competition and the test of self
By Ron Avery, PoliceOne Columnist
One of the surest ways I know to test myself is competitive shooting — especially in world-class events like the USPSA Handgun Nationals. 5 components
Firearms Video Tip
Different types of holsters for different-sized officers
When it comes to holsters, one size doesn't fit all. Betsey Brantner Smith discusses different holsters for different officers. Watch the video
Firearms Accessories
Redfield CounterStrike optic is a solid choice
By Lindsey Bertomen, PoliceOne Columnist
This ruggedized red/green dot sight is suitable for duty use and priced for wide adoption. A positive influence
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