Jeremy Stafford

Train on a budget with focused low round count range exercises

Train on a budget with focused low round count range exercises

All you need to keep your skills intact is about fifteen minutes and fifty rounds a week. This is the exact program I used when I was working patrol and then assigned to a specialized unit where my range time was limited. Now look, this isn’t going to get you better. It’s a pure sustainment program and is what I consider the bare minimum for anyone who carries a pistol professionally. If you added a couple of five-minute dry practice sessions per week, you’d be way ahead of the game, but hey…let’s not get all crazy here.

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Millennial Mentoring

Millennial Mentoring

[Today's post was made possible by JTF Awesome Team Member, Propper]Millennial Mentoring Jeremy StaffordWhile the millennial generation is much maligned for being impatient, over-sensitive and narcissistic, if we give up on them we’re giving up on our future. Their...

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Eyes On EDC: The Tops Knives Fiel

Eyes On EDC: The Tops Knives Fiel

An EDC Small Fixed Blade Knife (SFBK) for Everyone’s Inner Barbarian Jeremy Stafford One of the very coolest things about working for Breach Bang Clear is that occasionally, interesting things show up unsolicited to your doorstep. One of the worst things about working...

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JTT: Situational Awareness

JTT: Situational Awareness

Just The Tip: Situational AwarenessJeremy StaffordMost firearms classes at least pay lip service to situational awareness and mindset, but very few give you actual drills to help build that awareness. It’s not magic, it just takes hard work and diligence.When I was a...

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