Ohio Concealed Carry Course

A one day, 8 hour course, that satisfies the requirements for an Ohio resident to apply for their Ohio Concealed Handgun License.

The class with cover areas such as, but not limited to;

– Firearms safety

– Safe storage of both handgun and ammunition

– Handgun and Ammunition Selection for Concealed Carry

– How to safely draw your firearm and engage a lethal threat

– How to engage multiple threats

– The bodies natural reactions to a lethal threat

– What to do after using a handgun for self defense

Students will need to bring,

Handgun (We will have handguns available for rental, upon request)

Ammunition (200 rounds or more)

Holster (we can provide, upon request)

Eye protection (we can provide, upon request)

Ear protection (we can provide, upon request)

Clothing for outdoor weather




Please bring firearm in a case or a bag unloaded with no ammunition in your magazines.

Please bring a lunch with you or purchase the ticket for a pizza lunch with your entry to the course.

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Forest City Tactical Alpha Ignite Review & A Giveaway

Forest City Tactical Alpha Ignite Review

Today we take a look at the Forest City Tactical Alpha Ignite appendix carry holster. This is the most recent addition to the Forest City Tactical lineup of holsters. Be sure to check out Forest City at www.forestcitytactical.com Remember to share and comment on this video for a chance to win a Great Lakes Tactical Commander muzzle brake.

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3 Gun Video

Some of my 3 Gun video footage for you guys and gals.

3 Gun – September 20th, 2015

We were able to head out to the last 3 Gun of the year in Garretsville, Ohio. We had a great time and as the video shows improvement is still needed. On stage 1 we had a small head target at about 100 yards that I could not hit for the life of me.

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Do you know CherryBalmz grease?

Had a great conversation with Dallas of CherryBalmz Weapons Lubricants. I will be adding there grease to our tested lubricants in the very near future.
I can honestly say I have never spent as much time on a website just reading before either. Head over to http://www.cherrybalmz.com and read the FAQ and “History of Gun Lubricants” tabs.

Have you tried CherryBalmz?
If you have what did you think of it?

If you have not tested it would you want to?
Thinking of taking a different approach to the testing. Looking for a few people with different types of guns, especially finicky guns that do not run well.