We are excited to announce the official launch of SOTGU.com / Student of the Gun University. This is a hybrid learning program that includes both residency and distance learning.
Professor Paul has written another book, the one is titled, “How to Shoot Better than a Navy Seal”. Paul put 30 years of experience doing and teaching into this educational manual.
During our Brownells Bullet Points we will answer a listener question about red dot sights on pistols. Also, for our SOTG Homeroom from CrossBreed Holsters we will consider the importance of being dangerous on demand at distance.
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You’re a Beginner Once, a Student For Life!
TOPICS COVERED THIS EPISODE
- Zach Hall Raffle – studentofthegun.com/hugyourak
- Lexington & Concord Rifle from Spikes Tactical – Promo Code: SOTG10 https://studentofthegun.com/lexington
- Huge thanks to our Partners:
Brownells | Crossbreed Holsters | FrogLube | Hi-Point Firearms
- [0:20:19]Brownells Bullet Points – Brownells.com
- TOPIC: Question about Red Dots
- [0:33:19]SOTG Homeroom – CrossbreedHolsters.com
- TOPIC: 40/20/25 Drill Dangerous on Demand at Distance
- East Hartford Police Union said GLOCKs not shooting straight ehpoa.blogspot.com
- [0:59:26] SOTGU.com Launch
FEATURING: Spike’s Tactical, Madison Rising, Jarrad Markel, Paul Markel, SOTG University
PARTNERS: Brownells Inc, Crossbreed Holsters, FrogLube, Hi-Point Firearms
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Over the last few months since our last Department wide firearms training session in the fall of 2019, word has gotten out that a large number of the Gen 4 Glock 17 models that our Officers are currently carrying have a serious flaw.
The flaw is that when the trigger is pulled the bullets don’t go where the gun is pointing, instead they tend to go a bit to the left. From what we’ve learned the problem seems to get worse with more use, and a quick internet search shows that this has been a known issue with these guns for at least the last 10 years and Glock still hasn’t fixed it.
Our firearms staff has run this issue up their chain of command and has been in touch with representatives at Glock and the only solutions they have offered is to tell them to instruct our members to compensate by aiming to the right of the target, and moving the sights on some of the guns so far to one side that they’re hanging off the slide. They also suggested that our Officers just don’t know how to shoot Glocks and were simply holding the guns wrong.
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