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The Wellerman

I use this space to hopefully educate, illuminate and entertain. I am asked… quite regularly…why I don’t confine my musings to weapons training, Second Amendment news, tactical “stuff”, and the like.   My honest answer: Because I don’t want to.   I believe that mastery of Skill-at-Arms is a holistic endeavor. Simply being able to manipulate a piece...

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Cul-de-sac Commandos and Chipotle Warriors Oh what a week… In St. Louis a personal injury attorney and his wife became internet sensations by guarding their extremely nice home from protesters using an AR-15 and a .380  (interesting choice of weapons). Then, to raise the ante, we had an armed confrontation take place in a suburb of Detroit...

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The Most Powerful Tool A few years back we had the good fortune of having James O’Keefe of Project Veritas come into Artemis for a little training.  If you are not familiar with Mr. O’Keefe or Project Veritas, I would highly recommend of few minutes of Google searching. Mr. O’Keefe has made somewhat of a cottage...

Sigh… Last week we received a new Yelp review… not a particularly good one.  In fact, after we wrote our response to her she actually lowered our review even more; she did not like our response evidently.  She also left us a similar review on Facebook.  I want to take this opportunity to discuss this… A little...

Have Gun, Will Travel

Have gun, will travel. “You guys take students to other shooting schools?  That seems kinda odd, doesn’t it?” Yeah… we get that question quite frequently.  As instructors, we are constantly seeking out additional training.  Sometimes it is for the simple pleasure of just being a student and not having to “run” a class.  Other times, we want...

OUTRAGE!

A couple of weeks ago I saw an article about the NRA sponsoring classes on trap and skeet to high school students on the east coast.  Many of these students have graduated from the class and now have started trap and skeet clubs at their respective high schools.  These programs are so popular that...