KR Training July 2017 newsletter

Welcome to the KR Training July newsletter!  July/August highlights include Defensive Pistol Small Gun, Handgun Beyond the Basics, and Historical Handgun. Check the schedule page on the KR Training website for the full list. If you aren’t already a subscriber to receive this newsletter each month, you can subscribe here or follow this blog. You …

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Book Review – Sixguns and Bullseyes/Automatic Pistol Marksmanship (Reichenbach, 1937)

Over the past year I’ve been developing a new course for KR Training, Historical Handgun, that teaches the history & evolution of defensive handgun skills.  Part of that effort has been seeking out and reading old books on shooting, purchasing copies signed by the authors when possible. In 1935, WW1 veteran William Reichenbach published a …

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Blocking unwanted calls

Because I have my phone number listed online as my primary business number, I get a lot of unwanted phone calls: offers for credit card processing services, offers for business loans, website builders, office supply companies, promotional product sales, as well as all the common scam calls from “Google” and “Microsoft” and “Windows Support” and …

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Another loss for the KR Training family

Last Saturday, the KR Training family lost another close friend and team member: Tom Robertson. Tom was a former Texas A&M police officer, NRA high power competitor, USPSA competition shooter, and NRA instructor, as well as a former homebuilder and skilled craftsman/salesman in the construction industry. He was a pretty good singer too! Tom was …

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Book Review – Guns and Gunning, Capt Paul Curtis (1934)

Over the past year I’ve been developing a new course for KR Training, Historical Handgun, that teaches the history & evolution of defensive handgun skills.  Part of that effort has been seeking out and reading old books on shooting, purchasing copies signed by the authors when possible. In 2016, Penny had a chance to visit …

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