Posts in:July, 2014

Columbus Women’s Pistol Shooting Group Meeting

Posted July 17, 2014 by admin

We had a record attendance at the June meeting of the Columbus Ohio Women’s Pistol Shooting Group with 19 participants plus Instructor Stacy. At the meeting Instructor Becky from Kyhide Holsters discussed holster and concealed carry options for women. She included demonstrations of various holsters and gave all the participants a handout for reference. Stacy presented and demonstrated on defensive pistol and the importance of training for a defensive encounter. During the range time, the participants practiced some defensive pistol techniques of quickly aligning the sights and shooting at a defensive target. Pictures from the meeting are posted here: Next Meeting: For the July 19th meeting, Instructor Sonya is going to lead discussion and drills to identify shooting errors. After the error is identified, then she’ll give directions on how to practice to reduce this error. Everyone, including the top shooters in the world, have shooting errors. What makes them the top in the world Read More >

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Armed2Defend is #3 in the Nation for NRA Membership Recruiting for 2013

Posted July 4, 2014 by admin

Armed2Defend ranked 3rd in the nation for NRA membership recruiting in the instructor category with 1093 members recruited. Considering that there are over 100,000 NRA Certified Instructions in the nation, this is a really large achievement. In 2012 Armed2Defend was ranked 5th in the nation with 338 members recruited. You can view their current ranking at Kevin Sadeski, Chief Instructor and founder of Armed2Defend, is an NRA Life Endowment Member and he tries every chance that he gets to recruit new members. “One day we were protesting at an anti-gun rally and our team was able to recruit 7 new NRA members at the rally. Did I mention that it was an anti-gun rally” Kevin says. “It’s easy to get people behind the NRA once they see the importance of the work that the NRA is doing to protect our right of self-defense nationally and even here in Ohio. Read More >

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