When I went to the academy in the mid-90s, it wasn’t possible for the firearms instructors to spend one-on-one time with each individual officer. In fact, I don’t recall being coached during training even once. It wasn’t that I was shooting extremely well or that the instructors weren’t doing their jobs. It was simply that the […]
About Warren Wilson
Warren Wilson is a police lieutenant and has been in law enforcement since 1995. He's been a chief, a patrol sergeant, a shift commander and a SWAT team leader. He has written over fifty magazine-length articles in several online and print publications. Warren is currently the training coordinator and rangemaster for a metropolitan police department in Oklahoma.
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A friend’s wife once said something about firearms that stuck with me. A small-framed lady, she said, “I like a lot of gun around my bullets.” She was referring to having a large, heavy handgun which helps to dampen recoil, but there might be another meaning to that phrase. Considering the less-than-lavish pay the law […]