Why do you need a gun?
You do not need a gun, but it is a tool and it serves a purpose. Just like a chainsaw, power drill, knife, hammer, etc… a firearm is something that every man should know how to use.
Somewhere between 39 and 50% of households in the United States have a firearm tucked away. The scary thing is that the majority do not have proper training to handle these tools in a stressful situation.
There are a relatively small number of moving parts when it comes to a handgun so almost anyone can navigate a bullet down a firing range without too much trouble.
The problem is that should you ever need to use a firearm in real life, it will not be anything like firing at a typical range.
I will leave it up to you to imagine a situation where a firearm may be needed but it is clear that this scenario will involve massive amounts of stress to the body and mind.
Typical range experience will be useless in a hostile situation. You may need to engage a target while moving, make a quick reload, fire from the ground, transition between weapons, so on and so forth.
This is where tactical firearms training with Muzzle Front comes in.
Since obtaining my pistol permit I have gone through two separate weekends of advanced firearms training with Muzzle Front along side of Naval Special Forces, Army Rangers, Marines, and Active Duty Law Enforcement.
Lead Instructor, Robert Higgins makes safety the absolute top priority and there is zero tolerance when it comes to this.
There is no better way to learn than complete immersion and these classes offer that exactly. You can walk in with no past firearms experience and walk out with greater understanding, skill level, and practical muscle memory than those who have spent years at an average firing range.
If you own any firearm or are thinking of buying one please do yourself and those around you a favor by being as well trained as you possibly can. The world will be a safer place because of it.