Hitting targets in front of your car through the windshield is not only possible, but sometimes critical.
The moment a gunfight begins, it is a fight for survival. All political correctness and semantics aside, it is a fight—one that most police officers are often never trained to win. Training that prepares officers for this reality is rare and rarely ever affordable. A recent trip to Oak Harbor, Washington, made it clear that real, practical training is still available, and at reasonable rates. Enter Graham Combat, the most useful pistol and rifle training I have attended in years. It really is essential for any police officer or firearms instructor.
Graham Combat is not a large training company with many instructors. It’s mostly just Matt Graham. Matt is a former police officer in Washington state and recipient of that state’s Medal of Honor. He has been a Federal Air Marshal and is currently a contractor providing firearms and tactical instruction for the Department of Defense. He currently teaches many of the best trained operators in the world in small arms, with tactics and a combat mindset.
Unlike many instructors these days with zero real-world know-how and only state-of-the-art marketing, Matt is all about the training—not the hype. He brings real-world experience and practical application to the range and does so in a calm and professional manner. Having attended thousands of hours of training from the best, Matt Graham is the real deal, and it was incredibly refreshing to train with someone more interested in the students than his resume.
Hitting targets in front of your car through the windshield is not only possible, but…
by Donald J. Mihalek / Jan 1, 2012