“Shooting is only 10% of gunfighting. The problem is it’s a fun activity so a lot of people isolate their training to just the shooting. And the shooting is important, but its a foundational skill. It is not the be all end all. Anyone who sits down and really defines their mission, anyone with an average I.Q., can quickly figure out there’s a whole bunch of other things they’re going to need to know how to do.” – John Chapman
It’s finally done! The KAC test rifle hit the 20,000 round mark this past week, and we give you a final on-air update. But the real star of the show is John Chapman of LMS Defense, who joins us to talk about training on a budget. John talks about defining your own specific purpose for training and developing a plan to keep from wasting precious training time. He emphasizes the value of having a training partner and a mentor to keep on track. As well,the Johns talk about training DVD’s, dry fire practice, and why self-discipline is a major factor in successful training.