As a routine thing I find myself answering questions regarding where the best place to train is. That is such a loaded question, I don't even know where to begin. Based on the manner in which a question is asked I automatically know if I'm dealing with a person who has little knowledge, or I'm dealing with a person who has a somewhat working knowledge of what they're inquiring about. I know you guys have heard me say this multiple times "most people don't know what they don't know." Well now we find ourselves in a position where ammo is scarce and folks are having to resort to whatever they can get their hands on. I filmed this video quite a while ago and yet as I'm going through my older videos I'm finding that they're still very relevant. This ammo shortage has changed the training industry and now most folks, me included are relegated to dry fire practice. While dry fire practice is not ideal it's not a lost cause. Remember that in 1776 the continental army did the majority of its practice without live ammo. They went through the steps needed to load, aim, and fire their weapons. They did the footwork needed to move as a fireteam, they did the hard work and did it well enough to knock down the mightiest army the world had ever seen. So, don't lose her because you don't have cases of ammo to work with. For every round you fire do the dry fire work. In short, spend habitual association with your firearms and be the best you can be with them.
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Abner Miranda Is a former Police Officer, an FBI trained Hostage Negotiator, a First Responder, and Spanish Interpreter. He is currently a Firearms Instructor, an Armorer, and a regular contributor to our industry of both written and digital media.