While designed as a follow-up to our Handguns 101 course, Using Airsoft Guns to Supplement Your Firearms Training won’t only focus on handguns.
As such, it’s not entirely necessary for you to complete that prior course. We do, of course, still recommend you do so, as there’s a wealth of information for beginners, intermediates, and experts alike.
However, our intention for this course is to help you learn a valuable training skill – one that can not only supplement your firearm training, but help you progress without spending a lot of money.
The end-goal is for you to walk away with a better understanding of why you might want to include airsoft training in your existing regime, the tools you could and should use, the limitations of this method, and how to properly integrate it.
Using Airsoft Guns to Supplement Your Firearms Training is designed to go into greater detail than any other single resource available online. By taking an in-depth look into all these areas of study, we hope to better equip those exercising their Second Amendment rights to further their skills in a cost-effective and accessible manner.
As we’ve said before, our Second Amendment rights come with the personal obligation to exercise them responsibly.
This is the freedom and duty of every American citizen, whether by birth or legal immigration. Completing courses such as those provided to our members is just one of many invaluable ways to ensure you are a responsible gun owner.
After all, part of being a responsible gun owner is to learn, practice, and advance the necessary skills for safe, sane firearms use. Using airsoft guns to supplement your regular firearms training is one of the many ways to do so, hence the creation of this course.
However, it bears pointing out that no matter how in-depth and invaluable any resource is, it simply isn’t possible to include every single aspect, variant, and take on any given subject.
To attempt to do so would not only make this a prohibitively lengthy course, but would also make it somewhat outdated quicker than it could be compiled. This is due to the nature of advancing equipment, techniques, and studies.
One alternative is to give every possible aspect, variant, and take on “using airsoft guns to supplement your firearms training” only the most cursory of mentions, resorting to ambiguity in the attempt to remain relevant.
This would greatly undermine the value of this course, which is why we eschewed such a route in favor of the existing layout.
While we, as mentioned, designed this course to go into greater detail than any other single resource currently available online, we narrowed our scope slightly to preserve accessibility.
Instead of lengthy essays covering (or attempting to cover) every single possible angle, we focused this course on only the most valuable information.
Gun owners of every skill level will be able to approach this course. Without the need for using an actual firearm and ammunition, we feel the course will be fully applicable even for those readers who have not yet purchased their first handgun.
This accounts for the possibility that you might decide against doing so, for whatever reason. As such, you might find this and our previously mentioned Handguns 101 course especially informative.
Those with existing skills will, we trust, find this course no less invaluable. As the very name suggests, this is not a course on how to replace any of the training you already received and are receiving: it is intended to act as a supplement.
As proud gun owners constantly seeking to advance our own skills, we invite you to use this course to do the same.