From March 16-18, 2018, several of us from the KR Training team (myself, Dave Reichek, and Tracy Becker) attended the 20th annual Rangemaster Tactical Conference, held at the Direct Action Resource Center near Little Rock, Arkansas. This is part 3 of a series of posts about sessions I attended and taught, the match and products I evaluated as part of the conference.
Part 1 is here. Part 2 is here. Part 3 is here.
There were a lot of presentations and live fire sessions at the conference.
Claude Werner taught a revolver session and blogged about his session as well as shooting a revolver in the match.
Here’s the Misfires and Light Strikes blog AAR.
Here’s the Civilian Gunfighter blog AAR.
Tatiana Whitlock, the new training director for A Girl and a Gun, presented on concealed carry for women. Her talk included material on how the relationship between different body shapes and carry methods affected comfort and concealment.
Eve Kulcsar presented on Business Tactical, and discussed the elements of risk and how they related to carrying in a business/professional environment.
Kevin Davis presented on Officer-Involved Shootings, sharing research into reaction time vs. distance, discussing mindset and other related topics.
Some of the material referenced in Kevin’s presentation can be found in this article and this recently published book.
Much more to follow in upcoming posts over the next few days!