Share0 Share +10 Tweet0 Pin0 Share0 If you want to have a glimpse of my life as a father and a husband, this podcast pretty much has it all (maybe too much?). Ray Matz Jr. of Game Changing Dads and I have an awesome time talking about my journey—from my humble beginnings to how I […]
Ever wish you could shoot a gun like a Navy SEAL? I can tell you the “Secret” of how we do it…but then I’d have to kill you. For those of you who have read my book, you already know the secret, for the rest of you here it is…there is no “secret”, it all boils down to dry fire practice; and lots of it. Dry fire is the generic term for practicing weapons manipulation with an unloaded gun. Like many seem to believe, it does not just mean pulling the trigger. I can teach a monkey to pull a trigger (though he might slap the hell out of it). Dry fire training involves everything you do with that weapon, from the basic fundamentals to shooting on the move.
In the United States on the second Sunday in June we observe Children’s Day, a special day where we focus on improving their health and safety. This special day for kids predates both Mother’s and Father’s Day with celebrations in America dating from the 1860s and earlier. So in honor of this special day, I wanted to talk about something I take very seriously and that is firearm safety.
One of the sayings you learn as Navy SEAL is, “If you aint cheatin, you ain’t tryin.” It means that most rules tend to be limiting and if you want to win, you need to learn how to “bend the rules.” But the key here is that I said most rules, not all. Some rules are mandatory no matter how high-speed you are and those rules are the ones written in blood.
Share0 Share +10 Tweet0 Pin0 Share0 As a Navy SEAL, I’ve become very comfortable around firearms. But one of the things that make me and my fellow frogmen so comfortable around weapons is that we are very vigilant about adhering to the basic rules of gun safety and handling. Anytime you forget about them, even […]