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Storage Wars comes to ITTS!

Uncle Scotty and Jordan were asked to appraise a training pistol that Jarrod and Brandi found.  They also get to try their hand at our indoor sims course! Watch the ITTS portion of the episode here! Share: Bookmark on Delicious… Continue reading →

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Texas Sporting Journal: The ITTS Revolver Class

Click here to read the full article: Texas Sporting Journal – ITTS Revolver Class Article (High Quality) Share: Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on… Continue reading →

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March – April Class Photos

Check out the class photos form March-April classes! Share: Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Print for later Bookmark in Browser… Continue reading →

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Looking Back: Surf, Bullets, Beer and Camaraderie

There are bygone eras and there are bygone eras. In ‘Old School’ Metro we had blocks of training down at Camp Pendleton USMC Base. We stayed Oceanside in the Officer’s B.O.Q. (Bachelor Officer’s Quarters for the uninitiated.) Some of us… Continue reading →

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The Great Value of a Shotgun

While carbine calibers are all the rage these days, there are some distinct advantages of the shotgun over the carbine. The shotgun is capable of utilizing a number of differing types of munitions. From less lethal (beanbag) to breeching to… Continue reading →

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Looking Back: When Real Men Used Revolvers!

The revolver has its own unique place in American history. Unlike many European countries the States literally cut their teeth on the revolver. Semi-autos were generally relegated to the military. Police departments by and large stuck with the revolver well… Continue reading →

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The Lost Art of The Revolver

On March 12 we have a one day revolver class. Now some of you neophytes out there may be handy with the semi-auto but how about when your ubiquitous little bullets are launched from the confines of a carbonized, ordnance… Continue reading →

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January – February Class Photos

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Looking Back: Time To Toughen Up!

I believe it would be safe to say that police work now is inherently more complex and more demanding than ever before. It requires a much greater attention to detail and is subjected to more scrutiny than ever. On the… Continue reading →

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Appropriate Analogies: “Ball Bearing with Lips!”

Many of you may have doubted about the existence of the proverbial ‘Ball Bearing With Lips’ I have oftentimes referred to. A bit of history is called for here. Many years ago while training the USMC Force Recon Platoons down… Continue reading →

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