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This is Not a Test: When Your Life Depends on Your Defensive Training

When a car follows you into your driveway at 3 a.m., you can be pretty sure it’s not a girl selling Thin Mints and Do-Si-Dos. See how this NRA Women contributor’s years of firearm training prepared her for this heart-pounding real-life scenario.

8 Essentials for Effective Firearm Training

By understanding the requirements for effective training, the instructor can be a more effective teacher.

How to Market Your Firearm Training Business—and Attract More Students

Want more students? Tap into your specific community with some imagination and out-of-the-box thinking.

Firearm Trainers: Watch Those Clichés

The next time you catch yourself using often-used phrases when training, stop and ask yourself what they really mean.

What Neuroscience Confirms about Dry Fire Practice

There's no doubt about it: When we perform a skill under pressure, we revert to what we have practiced.

Firearm Trainers: How to Deal with "Problem" Students (and How Not to be One)

Everyone taking your class is entitled to proper training. Here are some suggestions to make sure other students don't interfere with that goal.

5 Steps to Finding the Right Firearm Instructor—For You

You are the client, so you need to interview your firearm trainer the same as you would any contractor.

The Real Impact of NRA Training

NRA Instructors: Your interest in and impact on our youth will help ensure that our Second Amendment is protected!

 

Firearm Trainers: 4 Dangerous Pitfalls to Avoid

Firearm training is about as serious as a business gets. If you are an instructor, it's incumbent on you to run a safe class.

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