April 23, 2017 1 min read

I'm not going to pretend to have a bunch of great new ideas.  I learn from those that have gone before me.  While I don't always agree with others, I am thankful for their influence in our community and the changes and advancements that have been made.  Additionally, it is important to know where we have been so we don't make the same mistakes moving forward.  

Just because a trendy instructor put out a video about tension and muscle control in a two handed grip, doesn't mean its new information.  J. Michael Plaxco, Brian Enos, and many of the other pioneers in the this space figured that out almost 30 years ago and wrote books about it.  

A lot of the same concepts apply to equipment design.  Most of the principles and function of holsters and other equipment were figured out years if not decades ago.  The question for us moving forward is, do we understand the principles and can we leverage new technology to enhance the functionality of new products?

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